President - Mrs Joyce Green




Social Events

Membership & renewals








Just a reminder that subs were due on 1st January 2024

Link here to renew

And anoher reminder about our gaden party on Jne 30th.



Pam Potter

For those who knew her and wish to attend her wake on 8th September please follow this link



Our AGM was held on Sunday 24th March 2024 at 3pm
in the Club Rom of Otford Village Memorial Hall, HIgh Street, Otford TN14 5PQ

Papers were sent to all paid up members
and the meetng was well attended


Please look at this article about cats and kittens being dumped in Kent

Also on our Welfare page.


Show 2023

This was held on 14th October 2023 at Lockmeadow Market, Barker Road, Maidstone

The link to the Schedule is left for interest.



AGM 2023

This was held on 26th March at 3pm

New venue this year. It was in the Jubilee room of the Otford Parish Council offce
opposite the village car park and next to the Primary School.
The postcode is TN14 5PG




Are you thinking about a new kitten? The GCCF has produced a press release and check list which you may find helpful.

The Kitten Checklist has been launched to help owners avoid heartache.  Twenty animal and veterinary organisations have come together to create The Kitten Checklist aimed at equipping prospective owners with guidelines on adopting or buying a kitten.  Please see the links below




The GCCF has recently received a report of the sudden death of 2 BSH cats a few hours after being given the recommended dose of a flea treatment containing an insecticide called spinosad. A third cat died suddenly two weeks after dosing and there are internet reports of some dogs and cats experiencing side effects of severe sickness and fits. It is a prescription only medicine and taken by mouth rather than applied to the skin. If you have concerns after reading this please discuss your methods of flea control with your vet.

Please share this with your friends and club members.



In case members are not aware, there is a cat killer around
who also mutilates their bodies before leaving the remains on the doorstep.
There are more details here in the leaflet - with a reward offered for information leading to the arrest
of the perpetrator. Please be aware and keep your cats safe - especially at night.
If you prefer, you could contact our Welfare Officer or our Chairman




Does your cat/kitten need genetic testing for carrier status of various diseases, or whether it carries identified genetic colours or other genes? If so, the Langford Veterinary Laboratory can help.

The Kentish Cat Society has a special discount of 20% off the advertised prices for fully paid up members. Please contact our Secretary for the special discount code to be used when applying for any test.

The 20% discount could more than pay for your annual subs!

If you're not already a member and would like to join, please apply for membership here


As from 1st October, 2014 the GCCF will be implementing the EMS (Easy Mind System)
for breed numbering in cats. For full details please follow the link EMS codes






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