Our club aims to promote cats and their welfare, encourage ethical breeding and provide opportunities for showing cats.






To promote the welfare of cats, and encourage the safe and environmentally friendly housing of cats.



To encourage the ethical breeding of pedigree cats.



To encourage competition among cat owners, both pedigree and domestic, by exhibiting at cat shows.



To give our members a place to promote their catteries.




The Foreign Shorthair Cat Club of South Australia welcomes membership from anyone with a love of cats. Our special interests are those breeds that are included under the general heading of 'Foreign Shorthairs':

Abyssinian, American Curl (Longhair and Shorthair), Australian Mist, Bengal, Bombay, Burmese, Burmilla (Longhair and Shorthair), Cornish Rex, Devon Rex, Egyptian Mau, Japanese Bobtail (Longhair and Shorthair), Korat, LaPerm (Longhair and Shorthair), Mandalay, Ocicat, Pixiebob (Longhair and Shorthair), Russian, Singapura, Snowshoe, Somali, Sphynx, Tonkinese and most recently Lykoi and Toyger.

And from other groups: Maine Coons, Siamese, Oriental, American Shorthair, British Shorthair, Manx, Scottish breeds, and Selkirk Rex.


If you are curious about these breeds watch out for them at cat shows, where their owners will be only too happy to talk to you about them.

The Club publishes a newsletter for members with articles of interest on a regular basis.

Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except January, September and December) at the Fullarton Park Community Centre, Fullarton Road, starting at 7.30pm.


Fullarton Park Community Centre: The Home of the Foreign Shorthair Cat Club of South Australia Inc.


    Foreign Shorthair Cat Club 


   Best Members Exhibit





SDGCH Densue Jethro Aleric x GDGCH Densue Gabriela Rose (SA) S & D Ashby




The FSCC Committee for 2020 is:

President : Sally Briton

Vice President : Craig O'Brien

Secretary : Pam Worsley 

Treasurer : Debbie Neville

Members Secretary/Public Officer : Claire Edwards

The Foreign Shorthair Cat Club wishes to introduce one of our

International Judges for our

57th All Breeds Championship Cat Show

2nd August 2020 .

Christine Yeung (NZCF)


The Foreign Shorthairs Cat Club sells these to both Breeders and Exhibitors at a very competitive rate 



The K11 Airline Preferred Pet carrier is an Australian made lightweight and hygenic pet carrier. It meets stringent IATA regulations. This carrier is also airline approved and has International Quality Certification.

The K11 is easy to carry and its design construction is pet friendly. 

The design ensures ease of operation while maintaining high security. The K11 Pet carrier features a spring loaded door and new brass metal insert airline locking nuts.

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Best Foreign Shorthair Entire

Christine Yeung

I have been owned by Burmese since I was a child - a seal named Mỹ lệ was my first cat.  We also owned a Bluecream Persian and had several moggies over the years.

Mỹ lệ was entered into a show in my hometown of Gisborne, I can’t remember his placings other than “The cat with the longest whiskers”, which of course I thought was wonderful!

It wasn’t until around 20 years later, when wanting to see what this showing thing was really all about, we entered our neuter Russian Blue into the Kapiti cat show and from there, was hooked.

My husband Mushfik and I registered the Cairistona prefix in 2003, with our first litter of Burmese and Mandalay kittens being born in 2005.  Our foundation queen was from Sashima Cattery – Brz Db Gr Ch Sashima Lace, whom we still own today although she is very much enjoying the retired life!

We currently breed Burmese and have a new Mandalay program underway under the prefix of Mỹ lệ.  We have also bred Tonkinese and owned another Russian Blue.  We have two dogs, both Dobermanns which are very much owned by the cats too!

I am a Registered Veterinary Nurse, working at Massey University Vet Clinic as their Referral Services Group Leader.

My particular interest is in genetics and safeguarding the wellbeing of all breeds which includes using the valuable tools we now have with genetic testing.  This allows us to make informed decisions within our breeding programs.

I’ve been involved since 2003 with Palmerston North cat Club at a number of levels from committee member to President, and almost as long with the Burmese Cat Club of NZ having also been involved at all levels with being the North Island region’s current Chairperson.  In addition I am presently the NZCF Breed Representative for the Burmese breed group and I am a member of the NZCF Breed Standards Advisory Council.

In 2015 I qualified as a NZCF Shorthair Judge, gaining my Senior (international) status in 2018.  In 2019 I enrolled in the NZCF Longhair judges training school where I look forward to meeting many more cat fanciers, learning about their beautiful longhair cats and working my way through to gaining my All Breeds status.

For me every day is a learning day and I hope that by judging at shows, I can gain experience, learn more about each breed and along the way meet interesting and like-minded people.

I very much look forward to seeing your beautiful cats on the show bench!


Postal: 8 Claire Street

Ridgehaven  SA  5097


Postal: 35 Idlewild Ave

Aberfoyle Park 5159

Email: vyatka@adam.com.au 
Tel:  08 8265 1198


Email: fsccentry@gmail.com

Tel: 0417 869 498

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