FCCQ now has a Code of Ethics for Exhibitors as well as a Code of Ethics for Breeders, both can be downloaded from the link on the menu.
Neither ACF or CCCA recognise The Independent Cat Council (AICC) in any way. We do not accept their pedigrees and so FCCQ will not register cats or kittens from this organisation.
Following on from our survey of exhibitors in 2017, FCCQ has decided to make a few changes in line with some of those suggestions. One of those changes will be the way we judge Supreme Exhibit at the shows in 2017. Each judge will select a single Best Exhibit from all the cats they judge on the day rather than selecting their Best Cat, Best Kitten and Best Alter to go up to the Supreme Judge at the end of the show. This will reduce the number of cats that the Supreme Judge has to handle at the end of the show. We do understand that exhibitors wish to get their cats home after a long day confined to cages but we also feel that the Supreme Cat and the Supreme Companion of Show is the finale of the show and we trust that our exhibitors feel the same and wish to stay and congratulate the Supreme winners!
There has been a change to the price of litter registrations which is now $10.00 per litter plus $5.00 per kitten.
The bank account details for direct banking to FCCQ council shows only is Bank of Queensland BSB 124057 Account number 22002154 - Please note that our clubs have different account numbers so please check the show schedule before making deposit.
Please ensure that when making a direct deposit say who it is from and what
If you can't fit it all in, then please send an email to the treasurer at email@example.com with a breakup of the amounts paid using subject line FCCQ DEPOSIT TO ACCOUNT or similar so they can be found.
Supreme Exhibit of the Year 2017
Tellassee King Lear (NZ)
Breeder: R Copland Exhibitor: J Dennington
More photos of our winners and the Cat of the Year Lunch can be viewed here.