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Become A Registered Cat Breeder With RPBA

RPBA is an Australian Breeding Organisation that accepts both purebred and crossbreed cat breeders. Our Beginner Breeder Guide is designed to help you with all the steps involved in how to become a registered breeder with RPBA.

RPBA was created because of its love for pets – both purebred and mixed. This is why we made it our mission to ensure that all the cats and kittens sold by our members are healthy and properly cared for. 

We do this by verifying every single person who wants to become a registered breeder by requiring them to follow strict and ethical guidelines. Furthermore, we make it our responsibility to check that the felines our breeders own and sell are provided with a comfortable shelter, ample space to move, physical and mental stimulation, medical attention, proper nutrition, and regular grooming.

As part of our commitment to ensure the welfare of our cats and kittens, we ask every RPBA registered breeder to mate only females that are over ten months of age. No queen should have more than two litters a year for it to be given enough time to recover.

If you are visiting this page because you are considering becoming a registered cat breeder with RPBA, note that we have two membership levels:

  1. Probationary Members – Even our newest members are required to uphold our strict Code of Ethics and Standards so that they can become full members later on. It is important to know that their properties have yet to be audited and assessed by a practising veterinarian and that their membership can still get suspended if they fail to adhere to our guidelines.
  1. Full Members – All RPBA fully registered breeder members have had their properties inspected and audited by a licensed veterinarian. They also uphold our code of ethics just like our probationary members. 

Once you have become a registered cat breeder with RPBA, your records will appear on our member’s list. This list will help potential cat buyers verify your details and see if yours match the ones provided to them.

Before putting up a kitten for sale, it should be at least 8 weeks old, microchipped, and vaccinated. Should your feline have any health issues, it cannot be sold until it is cured. We recommend that you invite all your buyers to meet your cat so that they can better assess its temperament, health, and size, among others.

Bear in mind that RPBA offers a three-day cooling-off period and allows refunds and returns. Should your buyer have any reason to discontinue caring for your pet, you are required to provide them with a lifetime rehoming guarantee.

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To sign up as a registered breeder with the RPBA, please download the Beginner Breeder Guide and apply to Become a Member to start your journey as a Registered Cat Breeder with RPBA.

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Membership instalments can be paid monthly or annually. Payments can be made via credit card, debit card or a PayPal account.

No, you do not need a PayPal account. During checkout, you will be given the option to pay via PayPal login or a credit or debit card via Stripe.

Yes, as long as you agree to follow our code of ethics, best practice animal welfare standards and your state’s legislation in regards to pets and breeders.

Members must declare that they comply with their state’s legislation in regards to pets and breeding.

Members must declare that they do and will always follow best practices and uphold animal welfare standards for their animals.

For more information and to become a member apply here.

Please note that we do not accept breeders with more than 10 breeding bitches. And we do not accept breeders who have been found guilty of any animal welfare or cruelty offences.

Membership instalments can be paid monthly or annually. Once payment has been made via the below link, you can log in to the Members Only Section to finalise your application. Payment can be made via PayPal. If you do not have an account, PayPal can still process card payments without an account.

We offer information on how to prepare for your first litter, the things you should have at home for your breeding set-up, and legislation references to ensure you are meeting the requirements.

Yes, we do! We are an inclusive club and we believe that both pedigree and non-pedigree breeders should follow the same level of care and consideration. Responsible Pet Breeders Australia is all about the responsible and ethical upbringing of all breeds.

Once your application is completed in full and received, it will be reviewed by RPBA in house veterinarian. You will hear back from us within 24 hours. If further information is required, you will be contacted. Sometimes we may request further information or photos if they are unclear, ensure you check your email or junk mail in case we have contacted you.

We are Australian owned, government recognised, and focus on education with our vet-curated breeder resources and templates. We do not support puppy farmers, and do not accept members with more than ten breeding bitches and/or queens.

RPBA is Australia’s largest community for all breeds. 29% of Australian’s have been judged by their pet’s colour, look, heritage, or breed. We are an all inclusive community and we do not discriminate.

No, you do not need a PayPal account, as during checkout you will be given the option to pay via PayPal login or a credit card or debit card without a PayPal account needed. Please note that all payments are processed by our third-party provider PayPal.