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Breeder Membership

Membership procedures for breeders

Do you want to become a breeder member of the CRCC?
Do you share our values ​​and want to be part of a club where animal welfare, health, respect for the standard of the breed and protection of the public are paramount?
Would you like help, support and exchange with other novice or experienced breeders?
Would you like to share your experience and knowledge with us?
Do you want to be part of a breed club that reflects professional breeding?

Here are the steps to submit your application:

  1. Email the following information to info@club-crcc.ca:
    Name, address, phone number, email, cattery name, feline registry and association.
  2. A copy of your up-to-date sales and warranty contract (or proof of your ANIMA-Quebec certification).
  3. Evidence of negative screening for the following diseases for all your breeding animals: FIV-FeLV, PRA-RdAc (or CEP290), PKD (or proof of your up-to-date ANIMA-Quebec certification).
  4. Read the code of ethics and the code of practice available on our website at the following links:
  5. A copy of the signed and dated document consenting to the code of ethics and the code of practices.

If you need help or have questions so you can comply with our policies,
you can contact us by email at: info@club-crcc.ca, a CRCC member will be able to help you quickly.


Following the receipt of your request, you will be contacted by a CRCC member to finalize your case file, have a telephone interview and pay the annual membership fee of $ 50.

You will then be an associate breeder on probation for a period of one year. During this period, the EC or the person authorized by the EC may, at their discretion, ask you to provide information about your cattery. This may include, but is not limited to:

  • Proof of membership in a feline association,
  • Proof of certifications, training;
  • Proof of cattery records, litter records;
  • Evidence of disease screening, health tests, blood types, pedigrees;
  • References from a veterinarian;
  • Photos of the cattery’s installations;
  • Etc.

This is to ensure that the associate breeder member does adhere to the Club’s code of ethics and code of practice and that his/her membership does not prejudice the credibility of the Club. All information and documents requested will remain confidential and may never be used for other purposes.