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Frequently Asked Question - If I want to co-own my cat, what is the difference between "and" and "and/or" between the names of the co-owners?

If I want to co-own my cat, what is the difference between "and" and "and/or" between the names of the co-owners?

The "slash" means either/or, so if you were signing a litter registration as the owner of the sire or dam, either owner could sign. The "and" means both, so on a litter, both owners would be required to sign as the owner of the sire or dam. This does not apply to transferring or leasing a cat. In the case of a transfer, ALL owners must sign on the reverse of the certificate. In the case of a lease, ALL owners must sign the lease form.

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