Our Breeding Rules



1.1. The management of breeding work is carried out by the Breeding and Breeding the club commission, abbreviated as the BC, which consists of competent (trained in professional feline courses) responsible for breeding work in member organizations, regional offices and representative offices.

1.2. The BC is accountable to the President.

1.3. The BC is headed by a chairman who is appointed by the President.

Cat Breed Association (CBA).

1.4. Competence of the Chairman of the BC:

1.4.1. coordinates the activities of the BC and fully manages its work.

1.4.2. approves certificates authorizing the export of rare and

valuable domesticated representatives of the feline family from the territory of Turkey.

1.4.3. holds BC meetings;

1.4.4. is guided by the Charter, this Regulation and decisions The President.

1.4.5. submits proposals to the President on the activities of the BC.

1.4.6. considers appeals of citizens and organizations concerning BC activities.

1.4.7. requests, if necessary, a copy of the books of registration

of mating and lambing.

1.5. The objectives of the BC are:

1.5.1. submit to the President proposals for improving breeds and standards for new breeds.

1.5.2. joint work with the educational sector to organize the training of felinology instructors.

1.6. Member organizations, regional branches or representative offices

(hereinafter referred to as organizations) form in their structure Special Breeding

Commissions, abbreviated SBC, which are headed by those responsible for breeding.

work and are accountable to the BC. SBC members must have an appropriate felinological education.

1.7. The tasks of the SBC are:

1.7.1. timely submit to the BC the documents that are the basis for issuing pedigree documents (litter certificate, photocopies of parents' pedigrees), certificates for titles, breed, the title "Elite" and cattery.

1.7.2. keep a specialized book of records of mating and lambing, a book of issuing pedigrees.

1.7.3. to grant permission for mating only to healthy animals and corresponding to the requirements of this Regulation.

1.7.4. require breeders to comply with this Regulation.

1.7.5. annul the pedigree documents by act in case of death or loss of an animal by the owner, with the provision of a copy of the act to the BC.

1.7.6. comply with this Regulation.

1.7.7. keep records of candidates for the title of "Elite".


2.1. Cat breeding should be organized so that each organization has thoroughbred, healthy cats that meet international standards.

2.2. Assessment of the breeding suitability of cats, their selection and selection are one of the main activities of breeding work and is a comprehensive assessment of cats by exterior, origin and offspring.

2.3. Breeding animals not younger than are allowed for breeding 10 months and no older than 8 years for female. For male no limited after 10 months. The timing of the breeding suitability of animals may

change the BC.

2.4. Breeding animals are those cats and cats that:

2.4.1. comply with the requirements of the exterior standard.

2.4.2. are able to leave breeding offspring with excellent heredity.

2.4.3. meet veterinary requirements.

2.4.4. listed in the stud books.

2.5. In case of regular occurrence of tribal marriage (hereditary diseases, non-viability, defects) or deterioration of health the (documented) animal is not allowed for further breeding use.

3. Breeding books

3.1. A breeding animal is recorded in one of the breeding books.

, provided that its owner is a member of the organization that is part of.

3.2. The purpose of maintaining breeding books is to accumulate information about

breeding animals, as well as control over the authenticity of documents.

3.3. Breeding books are maintained by organizations that are part of the CBA and

are the property of the CBA.

3.4. The Department for working with nurseries and maintaining breeding books of the CBA.

maintains two breeding books for cats: The Main Breeding Book of Cats (LO) and

Experimental Breeding Book of Cats (RIEX).

3.5. The entry in the breeding book should contain the following:

3.5.1. the name of the book (LO or RIEX).

3.5.2. record number and region code (separated by a dot).

3.5.3. nickname.

3.5.4. gender.

3.5.5. breed

3.5.6. colour.

3.5.7. date of birth.

3.5.8. origin: nickname, breed, colour, pedigree number, parents club, sub club, country of origin of parents.

3.5.9. information about the breeder: full name, name of the club (kennel), phone.

3.6. Data about the animal in the stud book and in subsequent documents are recorded in English. Animal names and pedigree numbers are written in Latin and are not subject to translation.

3.7. For entry into LO, the presence of a 4-knee pedigree is required.

3.8. To write to RIEX, one of the following conditions must be met:

-compliance with the official standard of the breed for which the class exists

Breed definitions, and if two "excellent" grades are received in this class at the exhibition.

(i.e. the animal has a pedigree certificate).

-the presence of an experimental pedigree from other organizations.

-availability of documents confirming the breeding of a new breed or color, in accordance with the Provisions of the CBA.

-other breeds in a pedigrees (look a standard of breed)

3.9. If both partners are listed in the LO, then in the absence of marriage, the offspring.

is recorded in the LO with the issuance of pedigrees, if there is a marriage in RIEX, with the issuance.

of a pedigree marked "without the right of breeding use". If one of the partners is registered in RIEX and the other in LO, then the offspring is recorded in RIEX with the issuance of documents of origin in the absence of a tribal marriage.

3.10. An animal is transferred from RIEX to LO if 4 generations are known

the ancestors and this animal received an excellent grade in the Champions class (for

approved breeds and colours by the CBA). For new breeds and colours only after the approval of the standard in the CBA.

3.11. The recognition of the breed and the approval of the final standard of a new

breed or color is carried out by the Extended Council of the CBA.

4. Selection and selection of breeding animals

4.1. Mating is allowed for producers who have an open class rating of "excellent" for cats and "excellent" or "very good" for cats, taking into account the quality of the livestock previously received from them, as well as their compliance with clause 2.4 of this Regulation.

4.2. Animals that do not have documents of origin are allowed for

breeding use if they have received an excellent grade signed by two experts in the breed Definition class.

, or two excellent grades at two different exhibitions from two different experts (only for breeds for which it is open breed Definition class, according to Appendix 3). By providing the owner to the club with copies of the diplomas received and an application for discharge certificate of origin (zero pedigree), the club certifies them with its seal and signature of an authorized person and issues a certificate of origin (pedigree), giving the animal the right to exhibit in an open class. The breeding use of these animals is permitted on general grounds.

4.3. Every year, the cat and the cat confirm their assessment at exhibitions and breeding shows, except for the cases described in paragraphs 4.4 and 4.5 of this Provisions.

4.4. The right not to confirm the assessment can be obtained by an animal at the age of 5 years, if it has three grades of "excellent" in the title classes.

4.5. An animal with the title "Elite" has the right to breed without

further confirmation of the assessment. The title "Elite" is awarded based.

on the presence of the title of World Champion, based on the presence of 2 descendants with the title.

World Champion, based on the owner passing the exam for the Judge's Student and the participation of personal animals in at least 20 one-day exhibitions of the CBA clubs or having a cooperation agreement with the CBA.

4.6. The list of manufacturers includes cats that satisfy the requirements of the previous paragraphs. The list includes titles, a list of ratings received by this cat at exhibitions. The list of producers should be.

available for each owner of the animal of this club. The list of manufacturers may be updated throughout the year.

4.7. The inclusion of a cat in the list of producers does not mean the inclusion of this producer in the breeding plan.

5. Registration and accounting of mating, litters. Issuance of pedigrees.

5.1. Owners of breeding animals should not allow accidental mating.

5.2. Issuance of documents for kittens from cats and cats who do not have documents on the origin or certificates of compliance with the breed standard that have not reached the age of breeding use, do not have breeding ratings, are unsuitable for breeding by members of organizations that are part of the CBA is prohibited.

5.3. Within 14 days, a cat can mate with no more than two cats, not counting repeated mating.

5.4. The use of a breeding cat is allowed no earlier than 4 months after the previous lambing.

5.5. In one hunt, a cat can be paired with only one cat.

5.6. Only healthy animals are allowed to mate. The owner's breeding partners have the right to demand from each other a veterinary certificate of the animal's health, dated no earlier than 5 days before mating. The owner, who has not exercised his right to demand a veterinary certificate, has no right to make claims to the opposite party about the state of health your animal after mating.

5.7. A special book is kept in the BC to account for mating and lambing.

5.8. Mating is registered if both parents are recognized as fit for breeding and in the BC was granted permission to mate responsible for breeding, as well as a mating act.

5.9. If the cat has not become pregnant, the owner has the right to re-mate it.

5.10. The owner of the cat must make sure that the cat is pedigree and at least 10 months old. The owner of the cat must submit documents, otherwise the owner of the cat may refuse to mate with his cat.

5.11. An act is filled in for the mating performed, which indicates the date of the first and last stay of the cat with the cat, as well as the form of payment for mating. The act is signed by the owner of the breeding producer and the owner of the cat (breeder).

5.12. The litter certificate, as well as the documentation required to obtain documents of origin, are filled in according to uniform forms (appendices 4,5,6,7).

5.13. Kittens with congenital deformities and pronounced defects of addition (cleft palate, torticollis, dysplasia, pronounced disproportion of addition) are subject to humane destruction.

5.14. The litter is collected at the age of 45-56 days. After the registration, the certificate of the litter and the act of mating are handed over to the BC, which sends the certificate of the litter and copies of the parents' pedigrees to the Department for Working with Nurseries and maintaining breeding books within 30 days. The litter certificate on the copies of pedigrees must be certified with the seal of the club or the stamp of the cattery. The specified Department monitors compliance with the rules of breeding use of the specified producers and issues the relevant documents of origin.

5.15. All kittens of the same litter receive nicknames for one letter, suggested by BC.

5.16. The breeder gives the kittens nicknames.

5.17. The full name of the kitten includes the nickname and the name of the kennel and must not contain more than 30 characters (including spaces), the nickname without the name of the kennel must contain no more than 15 characters (including spaces).

5.18. Kittens born from a cat transferred by a pregnant woman to another cattery receive names with the name of the new cattery.

5.19. Kittens with obvious disqualifying signs stipulated by the standard (tail hair, defects of the dental system, skeletal and limb disorders, cryptorchism, monarchism, deafness, blindness, strabismus, rickets) are issued documents of origin marked "without the right of breeding use".

5.20. For kittens with defects that can be corrected within 10 months after birth, documents of origin are issued after receiving an exhibition rating of at least "very good".

5.21. The breeder who does not agree with the conclusion of the BC has the right to appeal to the main office of CBA with a protest within 3 days after the acceptance of the litter to clarify the disputed issue.

5.22. All entries in the stud books are made only by the responsible employee.

5.23. The transfer of kittens to a new owner can be made no earlier than 60 days of age.

5.24. In case of death or loss of an animal, the owner must inform the PC about it, which must cancel the pedigree of the cat returned by the owner, according to paragraph 1.7.5 of this Regulation.


6.1. A cattery is registered for one person who has at least one breeding cat (meeting the requirements of paragraphs 2.4 and 4.3 of this Regulation), as well as having a feline education. One owner has the right to have one cattery name.

6.2. When registering a kennel, the breeder must declare to the PC of the club where he is a member, three variants of the name of the kennel in Latin in order of preference. The name of the cattery must not exceed 18 characters (including spaces). The BC sends an application to the International Organization CBA, which selects one of the options and issues the appropriate certificate. The registration of the cattery is paid.

6.3. The name of the cattery is included in the name of all kittens born in this cattery, the International Organization is responsible for the uniqueness of the name of each registered cattery in its structure. Arbitrary change of the cattery name is not allowed.

6.4. The cattery is closed if its owner has declared the closure of the cattery in writing. Exclusion, for a serious reason, from the members of the club, which is part of an International Organization, implies the automatic closure of the cattery.

6.5. In case of closure of the cattery, another cattery may receive the same name only after 20 years.

6.6. In case of transfer of the name of the cattery, or obtaining the right to the name of the cattery in another way, the new owner must document his right to the name of the cattery by informing the club about it within 8 weeks, otherwise the cattery is closed.

6.7. The name of the cattery does not exceed 18 characters (including spaces).

6.8. Kennels registered in the club must have a stamp (rectangular, oval or triangular) with the name of the kennel and its registration number. The stamp impression is submitted to the specified Department within seven days. The stamp is mandatory for all metrics, pedigrees and litter certificates.


7.1. Certificates for titles are issued to PC employees for transfer to the owner in confirmation of recognition of the title for his animal on the basis of the owner's application (in the prescribed form) with attached photocopies of diplomas and evaluation.

7.2. Registration of title certificates is carried out sequentially. Issuance of a certificate for the highest title, without the presence of issued certificates for the lowest title is prohibited.

7.3. Registration of certificates for the title is paid and is carried out only through.

7.4. The procedure and conditions for obtaining titles are stipulated by the Regulations on Exhibitions