President - Mrs Joyce Green

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. Our AGM in 2017 will be held on 12th March 2017.
The Fork Supper will be held on 29th April 2017.
More details as soon as available.


Our show in 2016 was held on
at Lockmeadow Market
Barker Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8RG

Results of this very successful and enjoyable show can be seen on the GCCF website

If you missed it (or even if you didn't) here's a link to a video of the day.

Schedule for information only


Fork Supper 2016

This was held on Saturday 16th April. Details here
It was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended.

Garden Party and Barbecue 2016

This was held on 17th July and was very much enjoyed by all who attended. Details here


AGM 2016

This was held on 13th March, 2016 at 3 pm in the Club Room of the Otford Village Memorial Hall.
Papers were sent to all fully paid up members, either by email or by post.



There are two cats in need of rehoming belonging to a member who has sadly died.

If anyone is able to help details and pictures are on the Welfare page.


Our show in 2015 was held on
at Lockmeadow Market
Barker Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8RG


(For information only)

Results and judge reports published on the GCCF website


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


Feline Coronavirus

Are you able to help? The University of Bristol at Langford is seeking help from breeders and owners by asking for tissue samples should your cat unfortunately die. The link to the request is here with full details of how to help Langford and, at the same time other cat owners, into this virus which can mutate into Feline Infectious Peritonitis.


For all UK cat owners.

The University of Bristol and the Animal Health Trust are conducting a survey to find out important information on owners views of different treatment options for an important condition affecting cats.

There is a link for the survey below. You don't need any prior knowledge of the condition as it is all explained in the survey. It should take less than 10 minutes to complete.




Please note the new GCCF price list from 01.01.2013

Important information from GCCF
Please follow the link and let us have your views

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