Why and how do I register my breeding cat with the CCC?


The Animal Pedigree Act requires that all purebred cats living in Canada be registered and listed in a single Canadian registry. This registry is maintained by the CCC in agreement with the federal government.

How do I register my present or future breeding cat with the CCC?

  • Print all pages of the Purebred Cat Registration Application form available at:
  • Complete all pages of the form and send it by mail or email to:

    P.O. Box 15 La Plaine
    Head Office
    Terrebonne (Québec) JM 1Z2

  • Send your payment by cheque, Interact or Paypal (click on the link). Please add applicable taxes. See instructions on page 2 of the form.
  • Include a copy of our cat's certificate of registration.
  • Include a copy of your cat's certified pedigree.


    Include a copy of the parents' certified pedigrees.

To be registered with the CCC all breeding adult cats must have been microchipped. See document entitled Why and how do I microchip my cats and kittens?

Do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance:


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