Breed Council Information
The CFA Breed Councils were established in 1970 to serve as an advisory body on breed standards to the CFA Executive Board. The CFA Breed Councils are comprised of individuals experienced in their chosen breed/division section, and who meet other eligibility requirements. Each Breed Council channels opinions and suggestions from the individual breeder to the Board through the specific breed council secretary, and the breed standard is updated as the breed progresses. From time to time, each breed council also updates its breed profile, a more informal introduction to the breed. Anyone who meets the CFA qualifications is encouraged to join the CFA Maine Coon Cat Breed Council.
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