World Cat Federation

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The World Cat Federation (WCF) is an international association of cat clubs. It has a strong presence in Latin America, Western Europe, and in countries of the former USSR. It is currently based in Germany. There are 370 organizations worldwide associated to the WCF.[1]

Purpose[change | change source]

The WCF allows the breeders of affiliated clubs to register their kennel names internationally. They create standards for the 61 pedigreed cats recognized by the club. The WCF trains judges for exhibitions and organizes the examinations. Generally, the WCF is designed to promote international contacts of the cat clubs affiliated.

The WCF has been successfully working on the development of animal protection laws in European Parliament in Strasbourg.

References[change | change source]

  1. kd-deuter. "WCF - World Cat Federation". www.wcf-online.de. Retrieved 2017-07-11.