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Just a reminder that our next show is a Kitten only show, schedule cat be downloaded from the shows page


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 its for.
If you can't fit it all in, then please send an email to the treasurer at treasurerfccqinc@gmail.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 2016

DGCH Catempire Merlin The Wizard Of Aussieposhpaws
Owner Josh Haskin - Breeder C Pruss

More photos of our winners and the Cat of the Year Lunch can be viewed here.

 


The latest legislation downloaded February 2014 for microchipping from   qld.gov.au/animal-industries/cats-and-dogs/pet-owners/microchip-your-cat-or-dog

When you need to microchip

A microchip is a permanent identification device that can be implanted into a cat or dog and is designed to record information in a way that that can be electronically retrieved.

Microchipping your cat or dog is mandatory if:

  • your cat or dog was born after the 10 April 2009
  • you supply a cat or dog to another person
  • you become the owner of a cat or dog that is not microchipped
  • if your dog is a  regulated dog  .

A cat or dog must be at least eight weeks of age before they are microchipped unless at least one of the following applies:

  • the implanter has a reasonable excuse (i.e. the actual age of the animal is unknown, but it is thought to be over 8 weeks of age)
  • the implanter is a veterinary surgeon who considers implanting the microchip is not likely to be a serious risk to the health of the cat or dog
  • there is a signed veterinary surgeon's certificate for the cat or dog stating that implanting the microchip before it is eight weeks old is not likely to be a serious risk to the health of the animal.

If a person less than 18 years of age acquires a cat or dog, the legal owner must be either a parent or guardian who is 18 years or older.

Microchipping current pets

If you own a cat or dog that was born before 10 April 2009 it is not mandatory for you to microchip your cat or dog, unless it is a regulated dog. If you decide to give away or sell your cat or dog, you must ensure it is microchipped before the change in ownership takes place.


Therefore in line with this law all litter registrations and transfers must show a microchip number





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