The FIFé (or Cat-like International federation ) was created in 1932. This federation affiliates the various national federations, such as the French Cat-like Federation, created in 1933. A book of the origins of the various races is held by each one of these federations. Currently FIFé counts 33 races of Chat S and innumerable alternatives, obtained by crossing selected in a very rigorous way, which gives more than one hundred of different species. It is the main confederation in Europe, and harmonized its criteria of definition with those of the Governing Council off the Cat Fancy , organization British founded in 1910.
FIFé gives an official pedigree only if one minimum of six homogeneous cats coming from a succession of five different generations can be presented during an exposure. FIFé thus confers a standard defining to them the whole of the characteristics of a race of cat.
The payments of FIFé for the breedings, just like for the exposures, are almost universally recognized.
External bondsCat-like international federation
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