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.”
|Addison Shirley||IJN||Longhairs / Medium Hairs / Siamese & Orientals/Some Foreign Breedsemail@example.com|
|Grabe Linda||CJI||Longhairs / Siamese & Orientalsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Greaves Natasha||KZN||Medium Hairs / Siamese & Orientalsemail@example.com|
|Hansen Sheila||KZN||Longhairs / Siamese & Orientalsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Harper Zolita||KZN||Longhairs / Siamese & Orientalsemail@example.com|
|King Hazel||CPJ||Longhairs / Medium Hairs / Foreigns|
|Kruger, Mariette||IJN||Siamese / Orientalsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Leih, Grant||CJI||Longhairs / Medium Hairs / Siamese & Orientals/Some Foreign Breedsemail@example.com|
|Lotra Sandra||KZN||Longhairs / Siamese & Orientalsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Moodley Lashan||KZN||Medium Hairs / Siamese & Orientalsemail@example.com|
|Nel Pauline||CPJ||Longhairs / Medium Hairs / Siamese & Orientalsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Pietersen Yvonne||CJI||Siamese & Orientalsemail@example.com|
|van der Riet, Charlotte||CPJ||Longhairs / Foreignsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Van Eck-Gain Ingrid||CPJ||Longhairs / Foreigns / Siamese & Orientalsemail@example.com|
|Wiseman Lance||CPJ||Medium Hairs / Siamese & Orientalsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|De Wet Ingrid||CJIemail@example.com|
|Du Toit Lynel||CPJfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Van Renen Elizabeth||CJIemail@example.com|
|Van Rooyen Jan||KZNfirstname.lastname@example.org|
The SACC Panel of Judges was updated in May 2016.
There are 36 judges on the Panel, 17 of whom have "All Breeds" status and 19 are partly qualified.
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I was born in Mozambique and immigrated to South Africa in 1975. I brought with me my lovely Siamese (unregistered) girl whom I showed at the Natal Cat Club in the Pet Class back in 1977. As far back as I can remember, I have shared my life with cats.
Home is in Durban, South Africa. I am married to Victor and have one daughter Natasha, age 22. Some will probably recall how close she came to being born at the Natal Cat Club show on 29 May 1993.
The Burmese Aqualeo’s Suki-Su, a beautiful brown girl, was the first cat I showed. This was in 1987 at a Natal Cat Club Show in Pietermarizburg. I registered my cattery ACUSHLA in 1987, bred my first litter the same year and was an active breeder until 1999.
I have worked on the awards table at many shows and stewarded for a number of years. I commenced my judge’s training course in Persians/Exotics in 2000. In 2002 I qualified and progressed to do the Siamese/Oriental course qualifying in 2007.
I assisted in forming the Shorthair Cat Fancy in 1988 and in forming the Natal Burmese Cat Society a few years later in 1999.
I have judged at PCS, AICA and CASA shows for a few years.
I am a member of the East Coast KwaZulu Natal Panel of Cat Judges which is affiliated to the Southern Africa Cat Council (SACC).
Tel (home): 031-5635135
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).
I live in The Kingdom of The Zulu, in Durban South Africa, I live 30 minutes out of Durban in the hilly Kloof area.
I became the proud owner of my Persian cat in 1987 from a breeder in Johannesburg. Show my Persian at a show in 1988. As I was putting my baby in a cage at the show and looking at the other cats, I knew that she was not a good example of the breed.
I decided there and then that if I want a good example, the best will be to breed with my good example to a good example to the right blood lines.
First litter was born in 1989 which produced two Supremes out of the litter.
I have bred out of my lines numerous Supremes. Other breeding was British and had two litters only, and had three Supremes out the two litters.
Currently breeding British.
I am a great believer that judges can learn from breeders, if you want to grow and understand what breeders want to achieve without being negative.
I became a Committee Member of the Persian Cat Society in 1990 and is still a member of the Society. I have been the Treasurer and Chairman of the Persian Cat Society .
I am the Show Manager for the prestigious "World Of Dogs And Cats" from the first championship show to be held in May or November every year.
I was the Vice president of the SACC (Southern Africa Cat Council) for 2002 and 2003.
From 2004 to 2007 the President of SACC and a position that I take very serous to insure the promotion of the cat fancy and pedigree cats.
Currently I am again Vice President.
I have been at 2 Word Cat Congress meetings.
I started my first course in 1992 and received my All Breed Judge Status in April 2001.
I found my own breed course Persian difficult as I have to forget my personal differences.
The most difficult course was the Foreign Group as there where 24 different breeds to learn.
I am a Panel Member The Kwa-Zulu Natal Panel of Judges (Natal)
My position in this panel is training of judges.