Appointment of Shorthair Registrar

Notice to the Membership - Circulated at the request of the Registrations Portfolio Manager (Annette Dunn)

You are advised that the Executive Council have appointed Kaye Dixon as SHORTHAIR REGISTRAR
following the retirement of Sue Starrs

current contact details:

Shorthair Registrar Kaye Dixon
1677 Pyes Pa Road
RD3 Tauranga 3173
07 543 0678

Kaye is also to continue with the Longhair Registrars position.


Complete the short survey on Animal Food Trends.

Massey University student Chris Law is completing a thesis on NZ animal food trends. Help out by completing the short, 4 minute anonymous survey. Thesis’s are hard, I’m sure he would appreciate your help



Executive Council Elections & Breed Section Representatives CLOSE 31st March 2017


EC Nomination2 PositionsClosing Date Friday 31st March 2017
Nominations Breed Section Representatives17 PositionsClosing Date Friday 31st March 2017
REMITS Constitutional & GeneralRemits for discussion at the AGMClosing Date Friday 31st March 2017


It’s that time again and we are calling for nominations for Executive Council and Breed Section Representatives.

Are you, or do you know someone passionate about the health and welfare of our feline friends and would like to be a part of the future management of the NZCF.

If you think you have what it takes to plan ahead, and work with the EC team for the betterment of the Cat Fancy, then please put you name forward.

All Nominations close for the Executive Council & Breed Section Representatives on the Friday 31st March 2017

(constitutional clause 12.1 (d) amended AGM 2012 – no later than 42 days before the AGM advertised date)

Download NZCF Nomination Form 2017



2016 National Show Image Gallery

The 2016 National Show was a great success, Many thanks to Palmerston North Cat Club for their superb hosting.

A photo gallery is now available for viewing (click here to view)


Important memo to all members

It has come to our attention that a virulent strain of the virus
FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA has been diagnosed in New Zealand.

Please be vigilant in your cleaning regimes and take appropriate precautions
when introducing new cats and kittens into your catteries.

It should be stressed that if anyone has unwell cats in their household or cattery
then common sense would be to refrain from showing.

Circulated at the request of the Executive Council NZCF
Chris M Lowe
Secretary NZCF

Click here for information on Panleukopenia