The first step to becoming an RPB member is payment of the membership fee. Please click the “Join Now” button below to be directed to a secure payment page. You have two options for your membership payments: a yearly installment or a monthly installment.
After completing the payment process, you will be redirected to our registration page where you will be asked to input your details. If you are not immediately directed to the registration page, please check your email as well as your spam folder for the link to the registration page. Alternatively, you may also email us directly for the link.
Complete the information requested on the registration page, along with pictures of your housing accommodations for your cats, and proof of identity. Once this is done, your registration is complete and you simply need to wait for membership approval.
RPB may refuse membership to any cat breeders we feel do not uphold the standards of our Code of Conduct or any relevant state and local legislation. Membership applications that have been denied will be eligible for a refund of the membership fee. However, we do not offer refunds for a change of mind once membership has been approved.
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Before you can apply to become a full RPB member, you must first join as a probationary part of the organisation. Only those who have held probationary membership with the RPB and had their property audited by a practising veterinarian are eligible to become full members.
Once you are approved as a full RPB member, you must always follow ethical breeding practises, the RPB code of ethics and standards, and the state pet legislation.