1. Recognition of new breeds

1.1
Recognition only possible by decision of the general assembly

A new breed may only be recognized by voting of the general assembly, after the judges’ commission had been heard.

 
1.2
Necessary documents

The applying club may send the following documents to the general secretary to be forwarded to the chairman of the judges’ commission:

 

  • Report about the origin, history, genetics and breeding rules of the breed;
  • Proposed standard;
  • Pedigrees;
  • Pictures of the cats, where the single parts of the body can be clearly seen.
 
1.3
Recognition show

It is a further condition to organize a recognition show. The proposed place and date of this show have to be attached to the forwarded documents.

 

The chairman of the judges’ commission will announce two judges, who will participate in the recognition show.

 

The club has to present at least 15 cats to both judges in the recognition show, the cats presented must have a complete pedigree with 4 generations.
At least 7 cats must have a pedigree with 3 generations pure bred.

 
1.4
Report about the recognition show

The judges present will evaluate the cats making a written report and will send their report to the chairman of the judges’ commission not later than
one month after the recognition show. If necessary, a revised standard will be attached to their report.

 
1.5
Acknowledgement of the standard

The final standard will be acknowledged in a meeting of the judges’ commission and will be proposed to the next general assembly for voting upon it.

 

2.

Recognition of new colour varieties for already existing breeds

2.1
Recognition only possible by decision of the general assembly

A new colour variety for an already existing breed may only be recognized by voting of the general assembly, after the judges’ commission had been
heard.

 
2.2
Necessary documents

The applying club may send the following documents to the general secretary to be forwarded to the chairman of the judges’ commission:

 

  • Report about the origin, history, genetics and breeding rules of the colour varieties;
  • Description of the colour varieties, or name of the colour varieties according to the existing list of colour varieties;
  • Pedigrees
  • Pictures of the cats, where the colour varieties can be clearly seen.
 
2.3
Recognition show

It is a further condition to organize a recognition show. The proposed place and date of this show have to be attached to the forwarded documents.

 

The chairman of the judges’ commission will announce two judges, who will participate in the recognition show.

 

The club has to present at least 15 cats to both judges in the recognition show, the cats presented must have a complete pedigree with 4 generations.

 
2.4
Report about the recognition show

The judges present will evaluate the cats making a written report and will send their report to the chairman of the judges’ commission not later than
one month after the recognition show. If necessary, a revised description of the colour varieties will be attached to their report.

 
2.5
Acknowledgement of the description of the colour varieties

The final description of the colour varieties will be acknowledged in a meeting of the judges’ commission and will be proposed to the next general
assembly for voting upon it.