Fédération internationale féline (FIFe)
1949, France, by Mme Ravel. Registered in accordance with Luxembourg law, 1998.
Unite clubs and federations of clubs interested in cats of domestic origin, pedigreed or not; encourage breeding of cats, improvement of breeds and promotion of their welfare. Particular concerns: standardizing regulations governing shows, judges and international titles; defining and standardizing breeds; recognizing and harmonizing national pedigree registers, whilst endeavouring to institute a unique register of each type in each country; instituting and regulating an international register of prefixes or cattery names.
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General Assembly (annual). Board, consisting of President, Vice-President, General Secretary, Treasurer and 2 Board Members. Commissions (5): Breeding and Registration; Health and Welfare; Judges and Standard; Show; Disciplinary.
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