Significant Events in the History of the Australian Cat Federation (ACF) Inc.

Special Moments

DCC hosted the 1992 show in Melbourne. Pat Hogan (New Zealand) was present on the judging panel,
and for the first time, the Guild seminar attracted a number of judges from non–ACF groups, some of whom were delighted to join as associate members. Topics were generally about "new" breeds – Ocicats, Tonkinese and Maine Coons (the first in the country were presented to the seminar). Initiatives of the ACF Annual General Meeting included the listing of prefixes on the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales computer to avoid duplication by non–ACF bodies, as well as substantial changes to show rules. The Supreme Exhibit this year was Ranlauren Jacaranda (blue Oriental) and the Reserve was Gemara Tabu (brown tabby Exotic Shorthair).