Cornish Rex Cat Society


Welcome to CRCS

The Society was formed with the following aim:

'To work for a wider recognition and appreciation of
Cornish Rex cats by owning, breeding and exhibiting
these cats and recognising the role of the
Cornish Rex Variant in the development of the breed.'

In other words, we want everyone to love and appreciate these beautiful curly cats. There are already four other clubs catering for Rex cats, but none of these are specifically for the Cornish Rex and Cornish Rex Variants. A group of enthusiastic owners got together and said 'let's do something to promote the Cornish Rex as we feel they are often put to one side in favour of the Devon Rex'. So here we are with our own club.

We appreciate the need for outcrossing to strengthen the lines of the Cornish Rex and so as a Society we would like everyone to help, wherever possible, the few breeders that are able to undertake an outcross programme. This does not mean that we expect everyone to outcross, this is not always possible, but please support those that do. It is often difficult to home the lovely variants that are produced, but with everyone's help life can be a little easier.

We would like to make this Society as friendly and informative as possible, so please feel free to contact us, by writing to the Hon. Secretary, with any views and suggestions you may have.
We look forward to seeing this Society grow and this in turn will generate more interest in our wonderful Cornish Rex.

Would you be interested in playing an active part in the Society? e.g. helping with Society tables at Cat Shows - either manning or providing items for sale; fund-raising; help with the Magazine and other literature; GCCF Delegate or BAC representative etc. If so, please contact us.













Latest News

2014 2nd Championship Show

Our next show will be held on Sunday April 6th 2014 at Aldersley Leisure Complex, Aldersley Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV6 9NW where we will be sharing the hall with not only the Shorthaired Cat Society but also the Midland Cat Club as well as the other single breed shows.

This will mean that you will have the choice of three shows to enter, your own clubs show and one other with the same cat;  however you can enter all three with different cats.

For the purpose of show clarification important for Olympian contenders, the Shorthaired CS is classified as a breed club but the Midland of course is an all breed.

Fingers crossed we’ll have some nice spring sunshine, but I’ll settle for a fine dry morning.

However if you are unable to attend perhaps you'd like to support the club show by sponsoring rosettes (all of which will be acknowledged at the head of your chosen class), taking an advert in the catalogue, offering specials, raffle prizes or just making a donation to show funds.  

May I take the opportunity of wishing you all the the very best for the New Year and look forward to seeing you all on 6th April 2014….......make sure you put that date in your new diary!!

Stay safe and happy until then


Show Manager, Cornish Rex Cat Society