FAWN: coat warm rose-beige, ticked with light cocoa brown, the extreme outer tip to be the darkest, with blush beige undercoat. Tail tipped with light cocoa brown. The underside and inside of legs to be a tint to harmonize with the main color. Nose leather: salmon.
Fawn: Pale beige color.
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV): Virus that attacks the cat's immune system.
Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP): A coronavirus infection of the membrane lining the abdominal cavity. This disease leads to death.
Fawn Tabby: pale pink-beige base, lilac markings
Golden Tabby: tabby on golden undercoat (see chinchilla/shaded section) e.g. Chocolate Golden Tabby
Lavender (Lilac) Tabby: milky cream base, frosty gray markings ...
Body colour: very pale ivory. Shading, if any, is to tone with the points, but of a lighter shade.
Point colour: pale, warm pinkish fawn, with paler shades preferred.
Eye colour: clear, bright blue, with a slight violet undertone.
Nose leather: fawn to pink, toning with points.
fawn silver spotted
elongated spots, which are arranged in a mackerel pattern
too heavy or thick set body ...
Fawn Abyssinians have a subtler look about them. They proudly wear a rose-beige coat, ticked in shades of light cocoa.
'Fawn' - A warm fawn with a pale oatmeal or mushroom base coat ticked with fawn. The nose leather is pink and the paw pads are mauvish pink. 'Red' - Bright red ticking over a paler red base coat. The nose leather and paw pads are bright pink.
CFA-acceptable colors for this breed are red, cream, ebony, blue, lavender, cinnamon, fawn and white. The corresponding GCCF colors are (respectively) red, cream, brown, blue, lilac, chocolate and apricot (white is not permitted as the base color in GCCF, and WCF does not permit white at all).
Ocicats come in all the colors associated with the parent breeds: tawny, cinnamon, blue and fawn from the Abyssinian; chocolate and lavender from the Siamese; and each color on a silver background from the American Shorthair.
The short, satiny coat requires no special grooming.
They can be found in solid colors (white, red, chocolate, cream, ebony, blue, lavender, cinnamon, or fawn), smoke (white undercoat to any of the above except white), shaded (only the hair tips colored), parti-color (red or cream splashes on any of the above), tabby (mackerel/striped, ticked, ...
fawn. blue-cream. lavender-cream. fawn-cream. sable. champagne and platinum. The tabby cats are silver. brown. blue. red. chocolate. chocolate-silver. cinnamon. lavender. lavender-silver. fawn and cream. The tabby pattern cats are classic. mackerel. spotted. and patched.
fawn. cinnamon and cream. The tabby cats are silver. blue-silver. chocolate-silver. lilac-silver. red-silver. cream-silver. chocolate tortoiseshell silver. black tortoiseshell silver. lilac-cream silver. blue. lilac. chocolate. brown. silver. blue-cream. brown tortoiseshell. cream. red.
The range of possible coat colours includes everything from self-coloured (black, blue, chocolate, lilac, cinnamon, caramel, fawn, red, cream and apricot), torty, smoke (silver undercoat), shaded or tipped, tabby or white.
These include: cream, red, smoke and silver solid-color points; lynx (tabby) points in blue, blue-cream, chocolate, chocolate-tortie, cinnamon, cinnamon-tortie, cream, fawn, fawn-cream, lilac, lilac-cream, red, seal, seal-tortie, smoke and silver; and parti-color points in blue-cream, ...
fawn-cream or fawn calico (fawn, cream, and white)
TORBIE OR PATCHED TABBY PATTERNS, UNDILUTED
brown patched tabby (brown tabby, red, and white*)
*A brown tabby is genetically a black tabby
chocolate patched tabby (chocolate tabby, red, and white) ...
A: They come in: Red Point, Cream Point, Cinnamon Point, Fawn Point, Seal Lynx Point, Chocolate Lynx Point, Blue Lynx Point, Lilac Lynx Point, Red Lynx Point, Cream Lynx Point, Cinnamon Lynx Point, Fawn Lynx Point, Seal Torbie Point, Chocolate Torbie Point, Blue Torbie Point, Lilac Torbie Point, ...
The accepted coat colors are tawny spotted, cinnamon spotted, chocolate spotted, blue spotted, fawn spotted, lavender spotted, ebony silver spotted, cinnamon silver spotted, chocolate silver spotted, blue silver spotted, fawn silver spotted and lavender silver spotted.
Usual, sorrel, fawn and blue are the most widely accepted colours in the UK while the American colour terms are ruddy, red, fawn and blue. In Australia, the popular colours are tawny, cinnamon, blue and fawn. The American Cat Association also recognises lilac and cream.
The coat is short and glossy, and show quality ocicats possess round or thumbprint-shaped spots that come in 12 colors, including tawny, chocolate, cinnamon, blue, lavender, fawn and six shades of silver.
Colors include ruby, red, fawn, and blue. In addition the TICA also recognizes sorrel silver, blue silver and fawn silver. One of the newer additions to the range of Abyssinian colors, the lilac is the dilute shade of the chocolate.
Somali kittens are most commonly available in blue, fawn, red (sorrel), and ruddy colors. Somali kittens are also available in silver tones in Europe and less frequently in the United States, although many associations do not accept these color.
In Australia Somalis are commonly available in the four eumelanistic colours of Tawny (called ruddy in the USA, usual in the UK), Cinnamon (also called sorrel), Blue and Fawn The above four colours are also possible in a silver version, called respectively Black Silver, Cinnamon Silver, ...
The coat can be ruddy, chocolate, cinnamon, blue, lilac or fawn, or a silver version of those colors: an ice-white coloration next to the skin with ticking up the hair shaft.
The medium-size Somali has a long, lithe, muscular body supported by long, slim, muscular legs and oval feet.
CATZ Inc recognizes the Templecat in the eight base colours of Seal, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac, Red, Cream, Cinnamon & Fawn, including the Tortie and Lynx variations. Of particular interest with the Templecat has been the introduction of the colours Cinnamon and Fawn.
The Ocicat's spotted coat comes in 12 recognized colors: tawny, chocolate, cinnamon, blue, fawn, lavender, ebony-silver, chocolate-silver, cinnamon-silver, blue-silver, fawn-silver, and lavender-silver. If you look closely, you will note that each hair contains several bands of color.
CFA and CCA does not accept cinnamon points or fawn points as colour point shorthairs, they are considered to be pointed Oriental Shorthairs. CFA does not allow the cinnamon and fawn points to show, however they are acceptable in a breeding program.
The breed standard requires rich and lustrous colouration in blue, chocolate (which is the most well-known), cinnamon, lilac, and fawn, in both solid and tabby patterns. This, and a silky coat texture of appropriate length, make it a special cat.
Tawny, Blue, Chocolate, Lavender, Cinnamon, Fawn, Black Silver, Blue Silver, Chocolate Silver, Lavender Silver, Cinnamon Silver, and Fawn Silver.
Males weigh between 5 - 7kg and females are sightly smaller, weighing between 3 - 4.5kg.
Temperament of the Ocicat: ...
The coat of the Siamese cat is white to pale fawn in colour with darker coloured areas on the face, ears, lower legs and tail. These darker coloured areas can be brown (seal), chocolate, blue, lilac or red.
Size of the Siamese Cat
The Siamese cat is a medium sized cat.
There are over 155 varieties of colour and patterns in Oriental Shorthairs. Breed colours include; black, havana, red, blue, lilac, fawn, cream, caramel, apricot, foreign white, black tortie, chocolate tortie, cinnamon tortie, blue torite, lilac tortie, fawn tortie and caramel tortie.
Red Point, Cream Point, Cinnamon Point, Fawn Point, Seal Point, Chocolate Point, Blue Point, Lilac Point, Lynx Point , Tortie Point and Torbie Point
weight: 6-10 lbs (2.7 - 4.5 kg), Length: Medium ...
Colors: Sepia, Mink, Snow, Blue, Orange, Cream, Fawn, Silver, Ebony, Bronze and Chocolate.
The Highlander is recognized by TICA for competition in the Preliminary New Breed class starting May 1st, 2008.
The CFA standard for a seal point Himalayan is seal brown points and a fawn-colored body. A seal point has a mask and ears that are dark brown with dark brown feet and tail. The nose leather and paw prints are also dark brown.
Lilac Point ...
The rest of the long, silky coat is essentially golden-fawn, with the addition of the dark points typical of a Siamese. It is the combination of this dark-pointed pattern with the white paw color that gives the Birman its extraordinary, kid-gloved appearance.
The points are deep seal brown, the body color goes from fawn or warm brown to cream. Bib and collar are lighter. The nose and paw pads are dark brown.
Colors: Black, black smoke to shade of silver, black with silver ticking. Ticked golden to reddish fawn with darker markings on ears, legs and tail. Body virtually free of markings.
Extra:The Chausie is not recognized by the CFA, and is provisionally accepted by the TICA.
Originally only accepted in solid chocolate brown, today the chantilly/tiffany comes in a range of colors and patterns. Accepted colors are chocolate, blue, cinnamon, fawn and lilac. Accepted patterns are solid, mackerel tabby, spotted tabby and ticked tabby.
If you decide to bathe your cat, use a bronze-tone shampoo for brown, chocolate and cinnamon spotted tabbies; a pearl-tone shampoo for blue, lilac and fawn cats; and a whitening shampoo for silver Ocicats. These shampoos highlight the vivid tones of your cat.
This slender, shorthaired breed is distinguished by its ticked tabby coat pattern, which is a pattern more commonly seen in wild cats. Though ruddy is the color most associated with the breed, "Abys" are available in blue, fawn, and red (also known as sorrel), as well.
This medium-sized breed sports a short, ticked coat, usually a ruddy or reddish color, but sometimes fawn, blue or other color. The Aby has large upright ears, a fine, thin neck, lion-like tail, and usually gold or green almond-shaped eyes.
Medium-length, soft and silky coat, usually 1 to 3 inches long
Shorter fur across the shoulders
Tail is fluffy and full
The feet have tufts between the toes
Large, almond-shaped eyes range in color from intense green to rich copper
Recognized in four colors: ruddy, red, blue and fawn ...
Color: Ticked pattern with shading in tones of ruddy, fawn, brown and blue. The tail may be tipped with black. No defined or outlined patterns, only shading.
Overall: The ideal Abyssinian is a medium sized cat with an exotic appearance.