The seal point Siamese were the first to arrive in American cat shows and are the most recognized of the Siamese breeds. They have seal brown, almost black extremities and fawn-taupe colored bodies.
Seal Point: Dark points, nearly black.
Seal-Tortie Lynx Point: Dark points, nearly black with tortoiseshell coloring and an underlying tabby pattern.
Seal Point Old Style Siamese Thai.
All Siamese have a creamy base coat with coloured points on their snouts, ears, paws and lower legs, tails and (in males) scrota.
Seal point, chocolate point, blue point and lilac point
Weight: 8-12 lbs (3.6 -5.44 kg) Length: Small to medium ...
Seal Point, Blue Point, Chocolate Point, Lilac Point, Cream Point, Red Point, Blue Cream, Choc/Lilac Tortie, Tortie /Tabby,
Lilac Tabby, Red/Cream Tabby, Seal Tabby, BlueTabby
Birman Personality ...
BODY COLOUR: Even pale beige to cream, warm in tone with a golden hue shading gradually to lighter colour on stomach and chest. Shading if any to tone with point colour.
Devon Rexes can produce more ear wax than other breeds which may require cleaning. Their coats are more prone to picking up dirt, so bathing may be needed.
Seal points, still the best known variety, were the first to arrive. With their seal brown, almost black extremities and their pale fawn bodies, they were sensational.
The Seal Point is the most traditional color of the Siamese, first reportedly seen in Europe in the 1880s. It is also the darkest in terms of body color.
I have a seal point siamese named baby mario,he'll be 2 in november & yes they are protective of their owners.If you knock on our door he runs to it, if he dont like you he puffs up,does his halloween kitty &we have reassure him its ok.
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Seal Point Kittens
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The brown coloration was termed seal point. With time, alighter colored brown was developed called chocolate point. It was created by a gene that diluted the seal color.
Seal Point, Blue Point, Flame Point, Cream Point, Chocolate Point, Tortie Point, Lilac Point, Lilac cream Point, Lynx Point ...
colors can be seal point, blue point, chocolate point, lilac point in bi or parti-color. The eyes are blue.
Other Solid Point (Red, Cream)
Parti-Color Point (Seal-Tortie, Blue-Cream, Chocolate-Tortie, Lilac-Cream)
Seal Lynx Point
Chocolate Lynx Point
Blue Lynx Point
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Seal Point: dark brown points; pale beige body with a slightly golden hue; dark seal brown nose leather. Blue Point: blue-grey points; cool-toned bluish white body; slate-grey nose leather.
Genetically, blue point is a dilution of seal point and lilac point a dilution of chocolate point, which is itself a variation of seal point.
Wanting to produce a cat with a moderate body and head type, breeder Jane Barletta of New Jersey crossed a sable Burmese with a seal point Siamese.
Snowshoe cats come in blue, fawn, chocolate, and seal points. Weighing 8-10 pounds, this is a powerful, medium-sized cat. It's well balanced- not too small, not too big.
This was the litter of six born in 1946 to the Seal Point queen, Rosanna of Warringal, sired by Marco Pollo. Rosanna was owned by Mrs. Lyons of Tallangatta, Vic and Marco Pollo was -he beloved pet of Dr and Mrs.
In this case, the cat is not a true tricolor either -- it's a seal point and white, or a blue point and white, or a chocolate point and white.
The ocicat was developed in 1964 by accident, when Siamese breeder Virginia Daly, of Michigan, crossed a seal point Siamese female with a ruddy Abyssinian male in the hopes of developing an Abyssinian-pointed Siamese.
A seal point Siamese and an Abyssinian were bred in an attempt by Virginia Daly of the Dalai Cattery in America to produce an Abyssinian pointed Siamese. One of the kittens from that breeding was bred back to a chocolate point Siamese.
The desirable Snowshoe color pattern is a cream or tawny body color with blue or seal points, white mittens and a white muzzle that extends up into the forehead in an inverted "v" pattern.
Fisher (Praha) used chocolate point and seal point Siamese bred to solid black domestic shorthairs and a dash of Russian Blue to create the self-chocolate cats.
It came about in the early 1960's; the result of a seal point Siamese and a sable Burmese cross breeding. It has many of the best qualities of both. The breeder of the Tonkinese thought the show Siamese were becoming too extreme.
The Ocicat was a happy accident, the surprise result of a cross in 1964 between a ruddy Abyssinian male and a seal point Siamese female, with the goal of developing a Siamese with Abylike points.
The seal points are the best known variety and were the first to be recognised. Seal points have pale fawn bodies and extreme almost black points.
The Snowshoe has a smooth but short coat, which is colored blue, lilax, chocolate or seal point -- "point" is in reference to a pale body color with relatively darker extremities; i.e., the face, ears, feet and tail.
Only Seal Point Siamese were recognized in CFA at that point. It wasn't until 1934 that blue point Siamese were recognized, chocolate point Siamese were recognized in 1952 and lilac point Siamese recognized in 1955.
Ragdolls exist in three distinct colour patterns: Seal point, Blue mitted and Seal bicolour. Seal points are a cream colour with brown on the body, face, ears, feet and tail.
Rakesha Goldilocks, a seal point female bred by June Mateer, well-known breeder and member of the CATZ Inc. Genetics Advisory Board. Balinese cats make delightful companions.
Thai kittens are most commonly found in seal point, which is a dark brown, but many other point colors are possible. The Thai personality is exuberant, people-loving, intelligent, energetic, and athletic.
The first American Bobtails were bred in the 1960s, and were the result of a mating between a short-tailed brown Domestic Shorthair with a bobbed tail, and a female seal point Siamese. Burman and Himalayan cats were also added.
They appear in coats of most colors, from pure white to deepest coal black, with every possible coat pattern and color combination in between, with the exception of the colorpoint colors as seen in the Siamese or Persian-Himalayan such as seal point ...
These colors include Seal Point, Chocolate Point, Blue Point, and Lilac Point. If they have other color point patterns, such as Red Point and Cream Point, they are known as Javanese.
The Balinese Cats comes in the same color varieties as the Siamese Cats. The Balinese breed organizations recognize these colors including Seal point. Blue point. Chocolate point. and Lilac point.
The coat of the Birman is long and silky, with the body a light golden colour, and coloured points. The dark brown, or seal point, is the most common. Accepted point colours in Birman s are cream, red, lilac, chocolate, seal, and blue.
The breeding programme adopted by the brown cat enthusiasts in the 1950’s included mating black shorthairs and chocolate point Siameses or seal point Siameses carrying the chocolate gene.
The breeding tradition began generations ago, but the Siamese of today still have the graceful elegance suggested in the earliest breed standards. The four accepted coat colors are seal point, chocolate point, blue point and lilac point.
Svelte, sleek build
Single, long, silky coat
Almost identical to the Siamese
Pluming long tail
Coat colors include: seal point, blue point, chocolate point and lilac point ...
There are two types of Himalayan cats; Traditional or Doll Face and Peke or Ultra-face. The former variety has a seal point face while the latter variety has a squashed face. These cats are sweet natured and sociable.
Three different varieties are recognised, Colourpoint, Mitted and Bi-colour each in seal point, blue point, chocolate point and lilac point.
When born, Ragdoll kittens are all white, their mask, ears, tail and legs darken as they mature.
house cat breed was recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association in 1963, while The International Cat Association recognized the breed in 1983. The only point colors recognized by CFA are the same colors recognized in the pedigreed Siamese: seal point, ...
See also: Blue, Coat, Chocolate, Breeder, Breeding