Rhondda Watson, Julia Nicholls & Carolynn Davis.
2 of the 3 little knowledge of Ocicats, which is why many breeders pick shows by who's judging. I prefer to keep putting my cats out there, make the judges look at them and update their thinking to the rarer breeds.
We had 1 association rules 12 weeks for kitten, the other 3 calendar months. We just voted to change ours to 12 weeks to avoid confusion.
They are adults at 9 months.
I don't have a problem with 12 weeks/3 months, in Qld they start at 10 weeks I think that is too young.