Fees and Dues
Kittens will be scored for Regional/National/Divisional Awards if entered and competing in accordance with the show rules, AND which have submitted a registration application at least 21 days in advance of the show or already been individually registered and whose registration number has been either entered in the Master Clerk Catalog in error or is missing and have provided to Central Office within 30 days of the show, or the Monday following the last show of the show season, whichever is first, the correct registration number, along with the $50.00 fee.
NOTE: THIS SERVICE IS ONLY AVAILABLE UP TO 30 DAYS AFTER THE SHOW, OR 5:00 PM EASTERN TIME ON THE MONDAY FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF THE SHOW SEASON, WHICHEVER DATE FALLS FIRST.
A club's fee of $120.00 for membership and insurance surcharge and current membership list must be received in the Central Office as of February 1 each year in order to be eligible to vote in CFA elections.
NOTE: Central Office is now authorized to accept membership lists and documentation to change your club secretary via FAX (330-680-4633) and Email from the club secretary's email address. If you send a fax or email please do not send another copy in the mail.
The biennial dues are $20.00
The Judges Fee is $30.00 (increase effective Jan.1.2010) annually and payment must be received by Central Office no later than the first business day of January each year.
The Judging Application Fee is $200.00.
In accordance with the standing rules of The Cat Fanciers' Association, Inc. Breed Council, membership in the 2019 Breed Council may be completed using the Rapid Renewal Process. Only persons who have previously qualified by virtue of breeding a Grand Champion or Grand Premier of the appropriate breed/division may renew their Breed Council membership using this form.
DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT IS AUGUST 1, 2019 - must be received no later than 11:59pm Eastern Daylight Time. (Membership year 5/1/19 - 4/30/20)
The deadline for membership renewals is over for this year.
The CFA Breed Awareness & Orientation School is open to anyone who may someday plan to apply to the CFA Judging Program, as well as those serious CFA breeders who may desire a better understanding of the judging process and the other recognized breeds with which they do not work.
No schools currently planned.