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    Flag and country information - USA - UNITED STATES of AMERICA

    Area - 9,372,610 sq km / 3,618,764 sq ml
    Capital - Washington DC
    Language - English
    Currency - Dollar
    Population - 290,342,554

    Associations, Clubs, Ring

    FIFe National Breed Clubs

    The American Association of Cat Enthusiasts, Inc.
    (AACE) was founded in 1993.

    Our goal is to give exhibitors a Cat Show, which is rewarding and fun, to give the exhibitor a fair appraisal of their cat, while making sure that the judge is treated fairly and is not under pressure to follow any political groups directions. The judges we have assembled are among the best in the fancy, as are the cats that exhibit with us

    Read More: http://www.aaceinc.org/

    Abyssinian Breeders International

    ABI is a CFA, Southwest Region(5) - affiliated
    cat club whose purpose is to promote the
    Abyssinian and Somali breeds of cats.

    Read More: http://www.wendtalong.com/ABI/

    Abyssinian Cat Club of America

    The ACCA exists to promote informed breeding and ownership of Abyssinians, and membership is not restricted to US residents - in fact, overseas members are made particularly welcome!

    Read More: http://www.abyworld.com/acca/

    Aloha Cat Fanciers
    CFA Affiliated All Breed Cat Club, Hawaii, USA

    Read More: http://www.geocities.com/Petsburgh/Park/1711/

    American Bobtail Assoc.

    Our Breeders Have over 50 years combined experience in breeding "American Bobtails"

    Read More: http://www.angelfire.com/country/americanbobtails/

    American Cat Fanciers Association

    Originating in 1955, ACFA has grown to be one of the world's largest cat organizations. ACFA is known as the Fairest, Friendliest and most Fun feline association! Our goal is to promote the welfare, education, knowledge and interest in all domesticated, purebred and non-purebred cats, to breeders, owners, exhibitors of cats and the general public.

    Read More: http://www.acfacats.com/

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    Egyptian Mau Breeders' and Fanciers' Club

    Their history in North America began with their importation in 1956 by the exiled Russian princess, Nathalie Troubetskoy. Recognition by The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) for championship competition came in 1977. In the past, all Egyptian Maus in the U.S. and Canada traced their ancestry to two of the original imports from the Fatima Cattery. Recent importations have enriched and broadened the available gene pool for breeders.

    Read More: http://www.geocities.com/Petsburgh/2369/

    Himalayan Cat Fanciers

    Read More: http://www.himalayancatfanciers.org/

    Long Island Cat Fanciers

    Long Island Cat Fanciers, Inc. is an affiliate of the Cat Fanciers, Federation.
    Long Island Cat Fanciers, Inc. (LICF) is a not-for-profit organization. Founded in 1991, we are one of the nation's largest, and the only Long Island cat club dedicated exclusively to feline health and education. At our monthly meetings, members are privileged to hear a veterinarian lecture concerning different aspects of feline health and well being. Our lectures cover topics such as oncology (cancer), infectious diseases, geriatrics, diabetes, opthamology, kidney disorder, flea control, your cat's annual exam, nutrition, cat massage and tips on grooming, as well as other health issues. All lectures are interesting, easy to understand, and beneficial to everyone who loves their cat.

    Read More: http://www.licatfanciers.org/

    Great Lakes Region Cat Fancier’ Association

    CFA's Great Lakes Region is the proud home of 78 CFA affiliated cat clubs located around the region. Following is a list of clubs and their location

    Read More: http://www.cfagreatlakes.org/clubs.html

    National Alliance of Burmese Breeders

    The National Alliance of Burmese Breeders, Inc., NABB
    The National Alliance of Burmese Breeders, Inc., NABB, is a CFA affiliated breed club dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the Burmese breed and the welfare of all cats

    Read More: http://www.burmesecat.org/

    National Birman Fanciers

    National Birman Fanciers is a CFA breed club devoted to the Birman, also known as the Sacred Cat of Burma. NBF has members worldwide, publishes a quarterly newsletter for its members, and produces two all breed cat shows annually:Gulf Shore Region in June and North Atlantic Region in October

    Read More: http://www.vcnet.com/valkat/nbf/nbf1.html

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    Old-Style Siamese (PREOSSIA)

    The official Website of the first club established exclusively for the Old-Style Siamese, now also known as the TICA Thai. In February, 2007, The International Cat Association (TICA) became the first major cat association in the world to recognize the Old-Style Siamese in its own breed under the name "Thai." After half a century, at last the old-fashioned type of meezer will be seen in the showhalls again.

    Read More: http://www.oldstylesiamese.com/

    The On-Line Feline Fanciers

    CFA's Cat Club For The 21st Century

    The On-Line Feline Fanciers was founded in the Petsforum of CompuServe (GO CATS) in the Cat Breeders' World section. We continue to be active in that forum, but as the world of electronic communications has grown, so have we!

    Read More: http://home.earthlink.net/~featherland/off/

    Himalayan Cat Fanciers

    Read More: http://www.himalayancatfanciers.org/

    Oriental Shorthairs of America

    Our club is one of the largest registered clubs of the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA).The OSA club newsletter, "Tails of the Orient", is published approximately twice a year and is distributed electronically to all club members.  

    Read More: http://mywebpages.comcast.net/OSA_club/About_OSA.htm

    Phoenix Feline Fanciers

    Phoenix Feline Fanciers was accepted as a Cat Fanciers' Association, Inc. (CFA) affiliated club in February of 1993. The club members encourage the breeding of pedigree cats to the CFA standards; hold shows to promote interest in, and knowledge of, pedigreed cats through education; cultivate friendship and common interests among the members; and, promote the welfare of all cats.

    Read More: http://www.phxfeline.com/

    Ragdoll Fanciers Club International

    The Ragdoll Fanciers Club International is the original Ragdoll Club. The club was originally formed in 1975, known then as the Ragdoll Society.

    The RFCI is a club for breeders, Ragdoll Fanciers and Pet Owners of Ragdoll Cats. We have a wonderful newsletter that goes out to Ragdoll Breeders and Fanciers three times a year, and another newsletter that is for the pet owner. The Pet Gazette comes out four times a year. We also offer year-end awards for Breeders and Fanciers who show their cats.

    Read More: http://www.rfci.org/

    United Main Coon Cat Association

    The United Maine Coon Cat Association (UMCCA), a Maine Coon breed club affiliated with the Cat Fanciers' Federation (CFF), was founded to protect the Maine Coon Cat and to promote it responsibly

    Read More: http://www.cffinc.org/umcca/main.htm

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