Welcome to the

Feline Association of

South Australia 

CCCA National Show  Adelaide 2016

 

FASA is a registering body  for pedigreed cats in SA established in 1973 and is focused on promoting excellence in the care, breeding and exhibition of cats.

 

Please direct ALL ENQUIRIES & CORRESPONDENCE to the

FASA Secretary

Email: FASA Secretary

 

Bank details BSB: 035 046 Acct No: 437128

Westpac Modbury

 

FASA is affiliated with the

Co-ordinating Cat Council of Australia

 

 Owning, breeding and exhibiting cats is a fun and rewarding hobby.  If you are interested in a pedigree cat or kitten please visit the breeders page.  If you would like to show your cat (including the lovable domestic) you can find out all about future shows on the upcoming events page.

 

Want to become a FASA member please go to the membership page. 

 

Breeders Directory 2015-2016 (printable version click here)


Any questions, please feel free to contact FASA via the contacts on the committee page

 

The Management committee and members hope you enjoy your visit.


Feedback on the site is welcome

please email the Webmaster

 

 

FASA Banking details:

Westpac - Modbury
BSB: 035 046
Acct No: 437128
Account name: Feline Association of SA

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK 2016-2017

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The Dog and Cat Management

(Miscellaneous Bill)

was debated in the Upper House ( Legislative Council) this week and it received bipartisan support from the sitting members. The members noted the consultation process that has been and continues to be undertaken with all stakeholders such as FASA, with approval. Mandatory de-sexing, mandatory micro chipping and the keeping of a breeder register all appear to have attracted the support of the politicians in the Upper House no matter what political party they are from.

 

Several Members have proposed amendments such as how often penalties under the Act should be reviewed by the Minster every five years or whether the entire Act must be formally reviewed by the Minister after five years of operation with the report to be tabled in Parliament. Three members have concerns of the definition of desexing and there is a concern over the obligation on anyone who euthanizes a dog or cat to report to the Dog and Cat Management Board concerning date, method, reason etc  amongst others.

 

The Legislative Council will resolve each of the issues raised via a clause by clause debate at Committee stage and this may happen in about two weeks.

 

Stay tuned………..

 

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"With their qualities of cleanliness, discretion, affection, patience, dignity, and courage, how many of us, I ask you,

would be capable of becoming cats?" - Fernand Mery Her Majesty the Cat

 

 

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