For Your Registration Application
What Happens Next?
Your litter registration will be checked by one of our pedigree secretaries to ensure all documentation is correct for the application to proceed.
Once in receipt of all the information to proceed the pedigree secretary will issue an invoice for the registration fee, this should be paid ASAP as not to delay your registration application.
The pedigree secretary will send your application to the Felis Britannica Registrar who will enter the details in to the pedigree book and issue the pedigrees to the club pedigree secretary.
The pedigree secretary will give the pedigree one last check over, sign and stamp it and send it in the post to you.
How long does the registration process take?
The registration process takes 4-6 weeks upon receipt of the completed paperwork.
You can check the progress of your pedigree application here
Import Registrations Only
On rare occasions when a cat is being imported into the Felis Britannica pedigree book and there is a query there may be a delay whilst we wait for the original registry to get back to us. The pedigree secretary will be in contact with you and let you know if this is the case.