Breeder Membership

IMG_20140906_0002Did you know that you can now list your cattery and kittens on The Old Style Siamese Club website?

For a small fee of £10 pa – in addition to your annual membership –  the “breeder upgrade”entitles you to four optional online facilities:

  • a member’s card in our breeder list with your location, a photograph, and contact details
  • your very own web page on the website with up to 7 photographs and a short “about” piece
  • advertise your kittens on the OSSC website with a photo gallery and text
  • advertise your stud on the OSSC website or just to other members
  • 20% off genetic testing with Langford Vets

And, of course, you’ll also get the satisfaction of knowing that you’re supporting The Old Style Siamese Club itself!

You can now renew or upgrade your membership online

Just choose one of the options below and click “Add to Cart”.

(Why not treat yourself to one of our publications at the same time?)

New members should download, complete and return the Membership Application Form to membership@oldstylesiamese.co.uk before paying online.

If you have any questions, please contact the membership secretary for details of how to upgrade your membership.

Why renew / upgrade?

For those of you who would like to see Old Style Siamese having more of a presence, each and every single one of your memberships really does make a difference.

As a GCCF club, we need a minimum amount of members in order for one delegate from our club to speak on behalf of our Old Style Siamese at the GCCF Siamese Breed Advisory Council meetings. Without your membership we lose our voice – with it we can try and work towards having one.

Annual memberships runs from January to January, so don’t forget to renew early.

All breeder new breeders/members are subject to approval by the committee.

Thank you for your support!

 

* Breeders who wish to use the kitten list must be a member of the club, agree to register their kittens with the GCCF, and their kittens must complete a full course of vaccinations.  Under current GCCF guidelines kittens should be at least thirteen weeks old before they go to their new homes.  The club also recommends that breeders insure their kittens.

** Breeders wishing to use the club to apply for a GCCF prefix are required to be a member for one year i.e. they can apply through the club in their second year of membership.