SACC Governing Council recently held its AGM and General Meeting. This year you voted for a President, Vice President and Treasurer.
By far the highest numbers of poisonings seen in cats are due to well meaning owners either dosing their cats with human medications or using natural remedies. Below is some information on some of the more common or seemingly innocuous sources.
To all SACC Members
2014 is almost over and the Cat Show Season has come to an end
COTY was a success – special thanks to sponsor Royal Canin and Rand Cat Club for their hard work, attention to detail and professionalism. To all exhibitors- well done and many thanks for your support during the year. Congratulations to Mela Forty Winks, a Lilac Burmese Neuter owned by young Anthony Dawson.
To all SACC Breeders
Enjoy the kitten season! Breed healthy, well socialized kittens – please register every kitten and make sure that all kittens are transferred into their new owners’ names. Be a responsible breeder.
I wish you and your family the best of health and happiness for the festive season and I sincerely hope that 2015 is special in every way for everyone.
Ngaio Crawley (SACC President)
During 2014 the SACC Vice President has filled the role of President (Acting). Your vote will therefore appoint a President for a period of one year.
Submit your vote on this form.
The Southern Africa Cat Club honours cats (their breeders and owners) through membership of the Merit Club.
In view of Jan van Rooyen’s reports on the way overseas legislation is moving (in the December 2012 newsletter as well as at various meetings) and our policy of encouraging responsible breeding, we draw attention to Progressive Retinal Atrophym - PRA - which is caused by a recessive gene.
The SACC delegates and executive met in Johannesburg on 17 March to discuss a variety of matters.
SACC is very concerned that its breeders should be acting responsibly so, when Jane Goble sent out the letter to Burmese breeders, it seemed appropriate to publish it widely.