Cat Registration

FCPI operates a cloud-based registry developed in-house and customized unlike third party proprietary software available in the market. FCPI registers:

  1. Pedigreed cats – cats whose purebred ancestry are recorded in recognized international registries.
  2. Non-pedigreed cats – cats exhibiting the characteristics of a recognized breed but do not have appropriate documentation to establish purebred ancestry (example: outcrossed cats, provisional cats, unrecognized breeds).
  3. Household pets – any domestic cat.

What are the benefits of registering your cat / kitten?

Find out whether your cat is eligible to register by reading our FAQs on registration. If you are still unsure which category your cat should be registered under, please read our section on types of registration.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Save time by reading through our FAQs. FCPI is a place of independent learning. The FCPI Online Feline Academy in Facebook is also a place where our members can interact with and learn from one another.

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At present, only members may avail of FCPI services.

If your cat has an authentic, certified pedigree from another international organization, they are eligible to be registered with FCPI.

In order for us to register your future kittens and keep its pedigree, its parents must be registered with FCPI as well.

Cats that are mixed breed may be recorded as household pets (HHP), unless both breeds are recognized as allowed outcrosses under WCF or WCC rules. If such is the case, they may enter the full pedigree register, foundation cat or provisional list, depending on the requirements they meet. Domestic cats (puspins) may also be recorded as HHP.
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