SACC supports the following resolution taken at the World Cat Congress Annual Meeting in 2015 “WCC neither promotes nor approves the presence of wild feline species in connection with a cat show.”
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Surname: Van Renen
Date of birth:
Bilingual: Good (English and Afrikaans)
Occupation: Economist. Employed by the Department of Trade and Industry.
Phone number: 082 8291118
E-mail address: email@example.com
B.Sc Agric (1989,
B.Sc Agric Honours (Agricultural economics) (1990;
M.Sc Agric (Agricultural economics) (1997;
Masters in International and Development Economics (2000;
Cat Fanciers Club of SA: Committee member (Governing Council Delegate)
Siamese Breeders Group of SA: past Committee member (Trophy Officer)
SA Council of Cat Judges: past Chairperson
Cat Judges Incorporated: past Chairperson
Breeding experience: I became involved in the cat fancy in 1979 when my mother started breeding Siamese. My own cattery (prefix: Siamlove) was registered in 1991, and I have been breeding Siamese and Orientals on a small scale and showing my cats since July 1991.
Judging experience: I stewarded at shows regularly since 1988. In 1996 I commenced a judge 's training course in the Siamese/Oriental/Balinese section and qualified in 1998. In 1999 I qualified in the Persian/Exotic section. I subsequently qualified in the four sections of the Foreign Group (2005 to 2007). I am currently a student in the Medium Hair section.
I have judged regularly at shows in
I am a member of the Cat Judges Incorporated panel, which is affiliated to the Southern Africa Cat Council (SACC).