We believe that all of our members should have a say in how the Association develops.
We are particularly keen to encourage novice breeders, as they are the future, and may need help in getting started rather than being discouraged by people telling them not to breed or placing restrictions on them.
We want healthy kittens in good, caring homes with ongoing advice available if any health or behavioural issues arise. We are particularly concerned about wedges which, in some cases, are becoming too short, running the risk of physical problems.
We are determined to preserve the existing colours. Whilst we do not believe that it is necessary to outcross to different breeds in order to extend the gene pool, we feel very strongly that it is important to outcross within the breed to improve health and size.