Welcome to the Burmese Cat Society
of Australasia Inc.

We hope you enjoy your visit and take a while to browse our pages to learn about the Society and the wonderful Burmese cat.

About the Society

The Burmese Cat Society of Australasia was founded in New South Wales in 1967 to:

  • promote and improve the welfare and breeding of Burmese cats by shows and exhibitions (where they are able to be held); and
  • aid and support all activities for the benefit and welfare of all cats.

The Society was granted incorporation status in 1994. It is affiliated with NSW Cat Fanciers' Association Inc.

Our Club's administration and activities are based in NSW.

The Club holds an Annual Championship Show, a highlight  for the start of the show season. You can read all about this main event on our Show page.   This year the show has moved to July. We have an archive of past show results.

Each year we recognise our outstanding Burmese exhibits with our Burmese of the Year awards.  The Rules governing the Awards to Members Cats/Kittens of the year is on the Annual Awards - Members page.
 **** Our 2024 annual show (the 55th!) is being held this year on 24th March, and the  Schedule is out now.   This year we are having a junior exhibitor category **** 


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  *** DISCLAIMER ***

The Society is unable to settle disputes between our breeders and kitten buyers.  This is a transaction between the purchaser and the seller, and

any disputes which arise should be directed to the NSW Office of Fair Trading.  We remind our breeders of our Code of Ethics.                          

Perhaps you are looking for a Burmese kitten or an adult burmese cat, (usually a desexed queen or older cats who need rehoming).  Why not view our kitten Classified section or visit our Breeder listings? 

We advise that the advertisements which appear on our website are not in any way an endorsement by the Society of any particular breeder.  You are advised to do your research in relation to buying kittens or cats, no matter from whom you buy.

REHOMING OF BURMESE CATS  Anyone, member or not, can contact the Club, via Melanie Martin, or Sue Thomas (see contact details below) to arrange for a listing for any burmese cats in distress to be placed on our website.  

Please note that these cats in distress are just that -  burmese cats who for various reasons (such as death or illness of owner, etc are  requiring new homes from time to time.  This is also a service for burmese cats who have been found because they were lost, or abandoned.

Listings for them  can be found under "Kittens" - Available Kittens/Older Cats tab. 

In Other States:

We suggest you contact  your local vet, or your own state's cat fancies first before contacting us, as they most probably have their own rehoming services, or know who may be looking for a cat.  It is always best to find homes locally for the cats requiring new homes, however we are always happy to assist .

There are facebook groups which can be contacted to list burmese cats needing  to be rehomed.  One such group is:

Siamese, Burmese Oriental Cat re-homing Australia

Depending on your location, here are a few contact details of clubs or associations in other states who may be able to help you.  You may also google cat fancies in your home state to find clubs to contact.

  • Victoria -The Feline Control Council of Victoria - email:  fccvic@hotkey.net.au
  • Queensland - There are at least three Cat Fanciers Associations which you could contact.

They are QFA - Ph 0433 951013 or email secretary@qfeline.com

 QICC Inc -  email vicepresident@qicc.org.au or phone 07 3282 7169

 Cats Queensland Inc Ph 0746 370058 or email secretary@cfccq.org

          Foreign ShortHair Cat Club of SA Inc - Mrs P Worsley, ph 08 82651198 or vyatka@adam.com.au 

Burmese and   other breeds cat club inc - phone 0420 665 127

  •  Northern Territory - The Cat Association of NT - Secretary Julian ph 0447 373 659


If you wish to place an ad listing kittens/older cats for sale,  please contact Sue Thomas or Melanie Martin if you have forgotten your username and password.  Remember if the cat/kitten has a microchip, you must list that microchip on the advertisement, together with your governing body membership number. Contact details are: 

     Melanie   : 0411 311 311 (call or text)  email:  melanie@burmeseAustralia.com

     Sue         : 0412 808777 (call or text)    email:  sue_k_thomas@hotmail.com    

2023-24 Officeholders:

President                                                          Mr Chris Buckley

Snr Vice President                                             Ms Melanie Martin

Vice President                                                   Lyn Minard

Secretary                                                          Sue Thomas

Treasurer & Public Officer                                   Ms Suzanne Wyman 

Publicity Officer                                                 Mrs Melanie Martin

Bulletin/Newsletter Editors                                 Sue Thomas & Melanie Martin

Committee:                                                      L Varney, M Sim  

Patrons:                                                           Mrs M Walker, Mrs S Prass, Mrs B Patterson 

Hon Vet:                                                           Dr Michelle Harvey

NEWSLETTER:  Members, if you wish to contribute to our Newsletter, please contact Sue Thomas at sue_k_thomas@hotmail.com or 0412 808777, or Melanie Martin  at melanie@burmeseaustralia.com or 0411 311 311.

updated  12 February, 2024

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