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.
ENQUIRIES & CORRESPONDENCE to the
BSB: 035 046 Acct No: 437128
FASA is affiliated with the
Co-ordinating Cat Council of
breeding and exhibiting cats is a fun and rewarding
hobby. If you are interested in a pedigree cat or
kitten please visit the
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.
to become a FASA member please go to the
Breeders Directory 2015-2016
(printable version click here)
questions, please feel free to contact FASA via the
contacts on the
committee and members hope you enjoy your visit.
Feedback on the site is welcome
please email the
Westpac - Modbury
BSB: 035 046
Acct No: 437128
Account name: Feline
Association of SA
PURCHASE CLICK HERE AND SUPPORT
FASA FUND RAISING
It’s a real pleasure to
inform you that, on Wednesday 6 July, the Dog
and Cat Management Act 1995 passed
both Houses of Parliament.
The new provisions in the
Act include the Citizens’ Jury recommendations
for compulsory desexing and microchipping, and
mandatory registration of dog and cat breeders.
In addition, the
amendments will change the accreditation and
recognition of assistance animals, and will give
councils greater powers to administer and
enforce the Act.
It is expected that these
changes will come into effect throughout 2017
and 2018, following a six week public
consultation period for the draft regulations.
You can provide feedback on the regulations on
the YourSAy website:http://yoursay.sa.gov.au/decisions/south-australia-s-dog-and-cat-reforms/about.
I am also enclosing a
‘Frequently Asked Questions’ sheet for your
Click here to view
This has been a large body
of work that will go a long way in protecting
the wellbeing of our companion animals, and I
sincerely thank you for your input in the
development of the amendments to the Act.
Hon Ian Hunter MLC
Sustainability, Environment and Conservation
qualities of cleanliness, discretion, affection, patience, dignity,
and courage, how many of us, I ask you,
would be capable
of becoming cats?" -