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The Foreign Shorthairs Cat Club

sells these to both

Breeders and Exhibitors

at a very competitive rate 

SIZE: L 500mm X W 370mm X H 340mm

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Abyssinian & Somali

The Somali is the semi-longhaired cousin of the Abyssinian. It has a silky, easy-care coat which has the same eight colours as the Aby. they have most of their coat on the ruff and 'breeches' and a big foxy tail. They are playful, intelligent cats of medium size. They give loads of affection to their people.


 The  Abyssinian is a medium-sized cat with wildlooking fur. each hair has bands of colour called ticking which helps it to camouflage. They have a short coat and are easy to care for, and can be found in colours of tawny, cinnamon, blue and fawn. These colours also appear in a silver version, namely   blacksilver, cinnamon silver, bluesilver and fawnsilver. They love to be the life of the party and are very intelligent and affectionate. Some people think they are the cats that the Egyptians worshipped thousands of years ago.


Evelyn & Rita Bruche - Sheidow Park

M: 0423 982 041

E: vivace@vivacesomalis.net  W: www.vivacesomalis.net


The Birman, also called the "Sacred Cat of Burma". The Birman is a long-haired, colour-pointed cat distinguished by a silky coat, deep blue eyes, and contrasting white "gloves" or "socks" on each paw. Birmans are known for a cool but affectionate personality. They often appear docile and casual, and spend a lot of time lazing around the house. They form a bond with their owner and are good with other pets.


Sally Briton – Mount Barker

T: 8391 1495                                               

E: gbriton@bigpond.com


A Bengal cat is an athletic animal, alert to its surroundings; a friendly, curious, confident cat with strength, agility, balance and grace. It is a medium to large cat which exhibits a very muscular and solid build. Its wide nose with prominent whisker pads and large oval, almost round eyes in a slightly small head enhance the wild appearance and expressive nocturnal look. It’s very slight, to nearly straight, concave profile and relatively short ears with wide base and rounded tips add to the Bengal’s distinctive and unique appearance. The short, dense coat has a uniquely soft and silky feel. The coat may be glittered or not glittered, with neither type to be given preference. A thick, low-set, medium-length tail adds balance to the cat.


Sharonita Skuhr - Aldinga SA

T: 0400 660 604

W: shalomabengals.com/


Charmaine John - Rostrevor SA

T: 0412 736 300

W : www.chalanbengals.com.au

Jasmarez Cats  

Tracie-Anne Kearns - Elizabeth North

T: 0412963498 

E: consumesyou@hotmail.com

W: http://www.jasmarezcats.com


The Burmese is an elegant, muscular cat of medium size, of distinctive foreign type, resembling neither Siamese nor British build. Ear set, eye shape and brow line combine to form the distinctive Burmese frown. It has a coat that looks and feels like satin. Males are generally larger than females. The Burmese is an outgoing, sociable cat, lively and alert.


Sue & Dennis Ashby – Hallett Cove

T: 0409 677 610

E: densueburmese@icloud.com


Michelle Hinder - Seaford Rise

T: 0437 191 295

E: leewoodburmese@y7mail.com - W: leewoodburmese.webs.com/

Cornish Rex

The Cornish Rex is a study in curves, with curly coat, curved profile, large expressive ears and whippet-like arched bodies. In spite of their sophisticated elegant appearance, they are anything but cool, aloof or dignified. They are affectionate, people-oriented and active cats whose kitten-like antics last a lifetime.

SUSARAMO Cornish Rex

Sue Morton - Davoren Park

T: 0409 143 105 

W: www.susaramo-cattery-cornish-rex.weebly.com

Maine Coon

The Maine Coon cat evolved through nature's own breeding program developing characteristics by following a "survival of the fittest" evolution.The Maine Coon cat of today is known for a sturdy, rugged appearance, which includes an uneven shaggy coat of three distinct lengths and a long well furnished tail. Though their size can be intimidating, they are known for their friendliness and especially good with children and other pets. For this reason, they have been dubbed the "Gentle Giant" of the cat fancy and are commonly sought after as family pets, companions and therapy cats.


Margy Wright - Northern Heights

E : margy.wright@gmail.com

FB : MalleeCatzMaineCoons


The Russian is a medium to large cat of elegant foreign type. Its high set ears, green almond eyes, angled profile and prominent whisker pads create a distinctive gentle expression which together with its velvety double coat gives the breed it unique charm.


Pam Worsley - Ridgehaven

T: 08 8265 1198

E: vyatka@adam.com.au


Sally Briton – Mount Barker

T: 08 8391 1495

E: gbriton@bigpond.com


Rhondda Macpherson - Sheidow Park

T: 08 8322 3714

W: larnook.com/index.html


Tania Hillebrand - Brahma Lodge

T: 0402 264 469

E: brantasa@internode.on.net

F: https://www.facebook.com/Brantasacattery/


The Sphynx is an outgoing cat that is very affectionate. They are very warm and soft to touch and this must one of the most appealing things about the Sphynx as to many people they are not the most attractive cats to look at. They do tend to be something of a conversation piece. Although they do not appear to suffer unduly from the cold, central heating is probably appreciated.


Debbie Myers - Rosewater

M: 0410 633 656

W: www.dechasphynxcattery.weebly.com


Liz Colmer - Reynella East

T: 0412 679 728

F: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ShiwaCatSphynx/


Kerry Faggotter

T: 0439 945 584 

E: skinnydippinsphynxelfbam@gmail.com  

F : https://www.facebook.com/pg/Skinnydippin-Sphynx


The Tonkinese cat was originally the result of a Siamese to Burmese breeding. The ideal Tonkinese is intermediate in type, being neither cobby nor svelte. The cat should give the overall impression of an alert, active cat with good muscular development. The cat should be surprisingly heavy. While the breed is to be considered medium in size, balance and proportion are of greater importance.


Lee & Dan Nesbitt – Nth Adelaide

E: mockingjaytonkinese@hotmail.com - W: mockingjaytonkinese.com.au

Toyger , Ocicats


The call of the wild right in your living room: that is the Toyger with it’s dramatic striped and glittered pelt.  The Toyger is being bred to resemble the tigers of the wild but in a package that fits easily into the modern urban lifestyle with the same nature as the domestic cat. The medium sized cat has the rolling gait and vivid striped patterns of the wild cats without a single drop of real tiger blood. These miniature tigers are friendly outgoing cats that delight in being with their human companions.


The exotic looking Ocicat stops people in their tracks and steals their hearts.  An impressive muscular spotted cat with the look of the wild, the Ocicat is a domestic cat that adds a touch of the exotic to your home.  They are powerful cats that look ready to stalk their prey at any second, with their toy mouse that is!  The jungle look with the amenable personality of the domestic, these cats make an impact on all who meet them.

Jasmarez Cats  

Tracie-Anne Kearns - Elizabeth North

T: 0412963498 

E: consumesyou@hotmail.com

W: http://www.jasmarezcats.com

Advice on all breeds

BESAKIH BURMESE - Advice on All Breeds

Claire Edwards - Unley Park

T: 08 8271 5317

BRUGEE - Advice on All Breeds

Trixie Pettman-South

T: 08 8337 3705

E: siamesecat@bigpond.com


One of two controlling bodies and pedigreed cat registries in this state. Through affiliated cat clubs, we cater for all cat lovers and owners/breeders of most cat breeds. Our Secretary, Assistant Secretary and Public Relations Officer voluntarily provide our free "information and advice" service, which we advertise weekly, because we all love cats and we want your pet to live a long and happy life.

T: 08 8321 9255

E: secretary@catfancysa.asn.au - W: catfancysa.asn.au/


The Australian Cat Federation Inc (ACF) was formed in 1972 with the key aim of promoting unity and harmony across the Australian Cat Fancy. The ACF Inc promotes the welfare of all cats, the responsible and ethical breeding and showing of pedigreed cats, and the showing of neutered and spayed domestic cats.

The ACF Inc has member bodies (recognised cat-registering bodies also sometimes called "affiliates") in all States and in the Northern Territory.

Secretary: 08 9455 1481

E: secretary@acf.asn.au - W: www.acf.asn.au/

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