Breeders' Assistance Program

CFA has developed a program for owners of catteries who find themselves overwhelmed for various reasons.

The program aims to help and support breeders, who find themselves in an out-of-control situation, by making assistance available through other breeders. Help and support will be provided upon request. Reasons for a request for help include:

  • Number of cats are beyond care capacity
  • New legislation in the area affects the number of cats
  • Illness
  • Disability, either temporary or permanent
  • Loss of home or housing
  • Unforeseen change in personal family situation
  • Temporary financial hardship
  • Death, without provision for the animals
  • Acts of nature
  • Normal retirement

Visit the Breeder's Assistance Program website for more details on the program.

The Breeder Assistance Program is able to help with advice, food, physical assistance, and placement of cats, if requested. IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN ANY SITUATION WHERE HELP IS NEEDED, please email cfabreedersassist@blomand.net. All emails received will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

The Food Pantry

The Food Pantry is a project that started in the CFA Midwest Region because, as they moved forward with the Breeder Assistance Program, they discovered a need for pet food. Some people had lost their jobs and could no longer afford sufficient food; others had emergencies, such as a fire. The Food Pantry was developed to fulfill this need.

With the generous assistance of Royal Canin, who donated their overstock to the Food Pantry, this program was elevated to operate on a national level. Royal Canin, and the Food Pantry, donated large quantities of food for at time to shelters and rescue groups.

At this time we operate on a case by case basis. Royal Canin no longer has the large over runs on their product and we no longer have a warehouse for storage. Royal Canin allowed this program to grow and become a reality and when we have large scale rescues and request help they are still there for to help the cats.

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