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Distinctive spots covering the main part of the body, can be random or aligned. Rosettes showing two distinct color shades of any shape are a bonus. Markings or spots allowed on legs, tail, and face and may be darker than on body. Patterns appearing on the shoulders and down the back are a bonus. These patterns can appear as a cape on younger kittens. Clarity of contrast preferred. Ground color is lighter on the belly, and the underside of the chin and lower jaw. Bold facial markings are desired. Belly must be spotted on all colors. Silver colors may have some bronze tarnishing on face and lower legs.

 

Er is een duidelijke "M" of "U" op het voorhoofd met opvallende mascara tekening of vlekken rond de ogen en op de wangen. Ronde en/of verlengde vlekken lopen over de kop, tussen de oren, en weer naar beneden over de nek ot aan de schouders. There can be random, but there can be distinct patterns flowing over the shoulders and onto the sides. Large thumbprint sized spots and/or rosettes appear on the sides of the torso, with smaller markings flowing down the shoulders and hindquarters. All patterns of spots and/or rosettes allowed. There are broken bracelets on the throat and neck and lower legs. Spots extending down legs to paws are a bonus.

KLEUREN:

Brown/black spotted tabby (gold/tan undercoat), brown/black spotted tabby (sienna undercoat), black spotted silver, lynx pointed snow, and brown/black marble tabby. Other colors, i.e., chocolate spotted silver, cinnamon spotted silver, and cinnamon spotted ivory, black spots on black undercoat, chocolate spots on chocolate undercoat, are allowed. No dilutes are allowed and will not be registered as Cheetoh.

Brown/Black Spotted Tabby (sienna undercoat) – Includes variations of sorrel, tawny, golden, hot rufus and mahogany. Markings are shades of black, sable or tan. A light ruddy ground color is preferred. Light colored markings encircling the eyes and white ground color on the whisker pads, chin, chest, belly and inside legs is desirable. Black or sable colored markings and/or spots around eyes and on the face are a bonus. The nose should be dark brick red. Eye color may be bronze or gold, copper, green, brown or hazel. Paw pads and tail tip are black.

Brown/Black Spotted Tabby (gold/tan undercoat): The underlying coat color is very light golden tan or tan with silver highlights. The coat can also be ticked very slightly with a mixture of black, white and shades of gray. Spots and/or rosettes are sable brown or black in color and are and scattered over the shoulders, back, sides and haunches. Large spots and rosettes are desirable. Black markings and/or spots on face and around eyes are a bonus. Light colored "spectacles" around eyes are desirable. Eyes are bronze or gold, copper, green, brown or hazel. The nose should be dark brick red. Paw pads and tail tip are black.

Black Spotted Silver: The overall color is a cool sparkling silver overlaid with intense black markings, spots and rosettes. Some ticking allowed, but the degree of contrast should be intense. Black markings and/or spots on the face are desirable. White bars across back of ears are desirable. Gold frost or glitter can appear across the shoulders and back. Rust colored tarnishing on legs, face, head and nose is allowed. The nose is red hued outlined with black. Eye colors are bronze or gold, copper, green, brown or hazel. Paw pads and tail tip are black.

Lynx Pointed Snow: The body is snow white or ivory with gray, black or sable shading on back and rump permitted. Extremities can be various shades of buff, light gray, sable, or black. Gold, buff, sepia or mink colored spots and/or rosettes cover the entire body including the belly. Spots on legs are a bonus. The tail is black ringed with black tail tip. The face has sable or black colored markings and/or spots. Ears are light gray or buff, with sable or black tip and lynx pointed. White bars across back of ears are a bonus. Eyes are a deep, bright blue. Nose is black with lighter reddish center. Paw pads and tail tip are black.

Black/Brown Marble Tabby: This is a color that is both Bengal and Ocicat in origin. Markings are definite patterns of swirls, circles, rosettes, spots, etc. Colors include black, sable, or ivory underground, ivory or white belly that is spotted with above noted colors. Markings that are very similar on each side, legs, and hips are highly desirable. A definite pattern appears down the back in contrasting colors to the underground. Tail and legs are similarly patterned as body. White bars across back of ears are a bonus. Eye colors are bronze or gold, copper, green, brown or hazel. The nose is red hued outlined with black or sable. Paw pads are black with reddish overtone.

Chocolate or Carmel Spotted Silver or Ivory: The underlying coat color is very light ivory or silver with overtones of sienna for the cinnamon spotted colors. Spots and/or rosettes are sable brown or cinnamon in color and are and scattered over the shoulders, back, sides and haunches. Large spots and rosettes are desirable. Darker markings and/or spots on face and around eyes are a bonus. Light colored "spectacles" around eyes are desirable. Eyes are bronze or gold, copper, green, brown or hazel. The nose should be dark brick red. Paw pads and tail tip are brick or pink for the cinnamon spotted colors; chocolate for the chocolate spotted colors.

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Dorine Post antwoordde #1027 10 sept 2011 22:25
Hallo Rhamona,

Voor deze vragen kan je het beste de fokker zelf benaderen.
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Rhamona antwoordde #1026 10 sept 2011 21:51
goede dag ik vind deze kat soort heel intressant en ik wil er graag 1 voor me zoontje maar mijn vragen zijn kunnen ze in omgang met een blind kind en wat kost zn kat zou u me terug kunnen maillen want dan kan ik het er met me begeleidster erover hebben of ik er een mag groetjes rhamona met hartelijke dank

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