The delegates from each member body meet twice a year in June and November, to bring to the table the decisions from each association. The discussion papers are forwarded to each Member prior to these meetings so relevant discussions can be made.
If any person wishes to suggest changes to breed standards they must first go through their State Association, which in turn, if approved by that Association, will forward to the other member bodies for discussion and a final vote brought to the CCCA meeting of delegates. The vote from each Association is caste and the decision is made.
This is the principle behind the Co-Ordinating Cat Council - a round table of each State Association.