Breed Standards
Wednesday, 19 September 2007 21:36

Jane Slabbert

I have been an All Breeds Judge since 1985, judging both nationally and several times in Australia.

I was President of SACC in 1999 and 2000 and have been the Western Province cat Club's delegate to Governing Council since 1966. For 16 years I served as secretary of the Cape Panel of cat Judges, was training co-ordinator for the same period and am at present the Chairman of the Panel.

I bred Persians and Abyssinians for 22 years.

On a personal level, I am a retired high school teacher.   I am married with 3 children and 2 grandsons.  Apart from cats I enjoy gardening and reading.

Wednesday, 19 September 2007 21:17

Jane Goble

I completed my training as a Registered Nurse in 1976 at Bulawayo Central Hospital in what is now Zimbabwe

Immigrated to South Africa in 1983

I was married for 26 years and am now divorced I have two daughters aged 25 & 22, my eldest daughter, Megan, was instrumental in getting me involved in the Burmese breed and again for getting the breeding process started!!

Mela Cattery was registered in 1998 with SACC and I became a member of the Persian Cat Society in 1999, breeding my first Supreme Champion in 2000

Alison Renwick and I imported a female lilac tortie & a male cream  Burmese in 2003, he has been an excellent foundation to both our catteries and the cattery we registered for our co-owned cats – Onaoan

I have been working as a Medical Rep in the industry for 18 years and with my present company, Bayer Schering Pharma for the past 15 years, specializing in cardio-vascular, anti-infective & endocrine drugs

I started the judges course in late 2005 and have just completed the Siamese/Oriental course & am finally the judge of one breed!!!

My interests include theatre, movies, reading, scrap-booking and of course my cats



Jane Goble Judge for SACC



Sunday, 24 December 2006 01:46


The SACC website exists primarily to assist cat breeders and stakeholders in SACC by providing relevant, up-to-date information about SACC and pedigreed cats, focusing on topics related to:

  • pedigreed cats,
  • cat shows,
  • administration, and
  • the organized cat fancy at large.

As the central internet hub for all things SACC, this site strives to provide important news relevant to SACC, cat breeds and the organized cat fancy, both local and international.

    It also has a secondary purpose to portray SACC to the international cat community and the general cat-lover public at large who wants to know more about the organized cat fancy in South Africa, and pedigreed cats in general.

     The Southern Africa Cat Council's objectives include:

  • Administer the registration of pedigrees of cats and kittens
  • Promulgate the rules of the management of cat shows
  • Promote the interest of breeders and exhibitors of cats
  • Ensure the efficient co-existence of its Councils and offices
  • Promulgate rules, regulations and codes of ethics
  • Lay down standards for all Breeds in conjunction with Member Clubs, the Breed Council and the SA Council of Cat Judges
  • Promote a knowledge of Cats and Breed Standards by investigating or to assist in investigations to ensure that the breeding of cats and the showing of cats are according to the highest standards
  • Train or to assist in training of persons for the breeding, judging, show managing and stewarding of cats
  • Published in Objectives

    Registrar's Office

      P O Box 28732, Kensington, Gauteng
      011 616 7017
      086 616 8294


    Articles View Hits