Thursday, July 12, 2007

Meezer Points

Solid Points
Lilac Point: Body color glacial white, shading, if any, in the same shade as
the points. Points: frosty gray with a pinkish tone.Nose leather and paw pads: lavender pink.
Lilac is a dilute color and may be pale, even when mature at 2 years.

Blue Point: Body color should be an even platinum gray of bluish tones,
shading gradually into a lighte. Flesh tones of nose leather and paw pads to be a dark blue-gray.

Chocolate Point: Body color should be an ivory color all over, shading , if
any, to be in the color of the points. The points should be a warm milk
chocolate color, the ears, mask, legs, paw and tail to be as even in color
as possible.

Seal Point: Body color should be an even pale fawn or cream, shading
gradually into a lighter color on the belly and chest. Points should be
dense, deep seal brown, all points being of the same shade. Flesh tone of
nose leather and paw pads to be seal brown.

Red Point: Body color should be clear white, shading, if any, should be same
tone as the points. Points should be a bright apricot to a deep rich
orange-red "hot" color, the deeper the better. The red gene is a slow
developing color. Two years shall be allowed for point color (mask, ears,
tail) to intensify. Kitten should be white in body with hot creamy points (mask, ears and tail). Nose
leather and paw pads to be a "hot pink".

Cream Point: Body color is to be an even white all over, shading, if any to
be the same color as the points. Points may be any shade of cream from a
deep cream to a pale cream. Deeper point color and absence of barring preferred. The red gene is a slow
developing color. Feet and legs will not have the same color development as
the other points. Nose leather and paw pads to be pale coral pink.

Lynx Points
Body Color: Same as solid color, without visible stripes preferred. Shading,
if any, same tone as the point color.
Points: Color same as the solid colors. Dilute and Red gene colors allow 2
years.
Mask: Point color shading on face. Definite vertical stripes on the
forehead, horizontal strips from corner of the eye over the cheeks. Dark
spots on whisker pads at base of whiskers. Dark spot on either side of nose.
Light at inner corner below eye is normal. Chin pale.
Nose: Leather; pink or conforming to the recognized solid color standard,
outer edges lined in point color.
Ears: Solid, in one point color, with paler thumbprint, the thumbprint may
be less distinct on Blues and Lilacs.
Tail: Definite stripes of point color on light background tipped with point
color.
Eye Color: Clear deep vivid blue color. Deeper colors preferred.
Eyes: Lined in point color.

Lilac Lynx Point: body should be glacial white, body shading, if any, may
take the form of ghost striping. Points should be a frosty gray with pinkish
tone bars, distinct and separated by lighter background color, ears; frost
gray with pinkish tone, paler thumbprint in center. The overall
appearance will be pale even when mature. Paw pads; lavender pink, nose
leather; lavender pink permitted, pink nose edged in lavender preferred.

Blue Lynx Point: body should be a bluish white to a platinum gray, cold in
tone, shading to lighter color on stomach and chest. body shading may take
form of ghost striping. Points: deep blue-gray bars, distinct and separated
by lighter background color. Ears; a deep blue-gray with paler thumbprint in
center. paw pads; slate color, nose leather; slat-color permitted, pink nose
edged in blue preferred.

Chocolate Lynx Point: Body should be ivory. Body shading, if any, may take
the form of ghost striping. Points; warm milk chocolate bars, distinct and
separated by lighter background color. Ears; warm milk chocolate with paler
thumbprint in center. Chocolate is a dilute color. 2 years to be allowed for
point color development. Paw pads; salmon pink, nose leather, burnt rose
permitted, pink edged in burnt rose preferred.

Seal Lynx Point: Body should be cream or pale fawn, shading to a lighter
color on chest and stomach. Body shading may take the form of ghost
striping. Points; should be dark seal brown bars, distinct and separated by
lighter ground color, ears; dark seal brown with paler thumbprint in center.
Paw pads; dark seal brown, nose leather; dark seal brown permitted, pink
edged in dark seal brown preferred.

Red Lynx Point: body should be white. Body shading may take form of ghost
striping. Points; deep red bars, distinct and separated by lighter
background color, ears; deep orange red with paler thumbprint. The red gene
is a slow developing color, 2 years shall be allowed for point color
development. As with the solid Red Point, check near front paw pads and up
the back of the hock for color. Paw pads, nose leather and lips coral to hot
pink. Dark flecks on lips and nose allowed in older cats.

Cream Lynx Point: body should be even white. body shading may take form of
ghost striping. Points, bars of bale buff cream to light pinkish cream,
distinct and separated by lighter background color, ears; pale buff cream to
light pinkish cream, paler thumbprint in center. As with Red Lynx Point,
check near front paw pads and up the back of the hock for color. Paw pads,
nose leather and lips, flesh to pale coral pink. Dark flecks in older cats
allowed.

Tortie Point
Body Color: Same as solid color, clear, shading, if any to be same tone as
points. It must be noted that body shading on the Tortie may be mottled.
Ears, Mask, Tail and Legs: Should show definite red and/or cream mottling. A
blaze is preferred, but an outstanding specimen should not be penalized for
a lack of a blaze.
Nose and Paw Pads: Leather to conform to the solid color, except where the
red or cream extends into the nose leather for a blaze and into the paw pads
giving a spotted effect.
Eye Color: Clear deep vivid blue color. Deeper color preferred. Dilute
colors may have a slightly lighter eye color.

Lilac Tortie Point: Body glacial white, mottling, if any, same tone as the
points. Points; frosty gray with a pinkish tone, uniformly mottled (is
desired) with pale cream and/or pale red. A blaze is desirable. Nose
Leather; lavender pink, however, flesh or coral color may show if blaze is
present. Paw pads; lavender pink with flesh or coral, if mottling extends
into the paw pads. Lilac is a dilute color and the overall appearance, even
when mature at 2 years will be pale.


Blue Tortie Point: Body should be a mottled platinum gray of bluish tones
and cream shading to a lighter tone on the chest and belly. Mottling may be
absent in young cats and kittens in the body coat. Points should be a deeper
glue-gray mottled with red and/or cream. The mask should also have red or
cream mottling and the blaze is desired. Ears and tail should show definite
red and cream mottling in the blue-gray color. Nose leather may show a pink
spot on the normally dark blue-gray if a blaze is present. paw pads to be
dark blue-gray with light pink mottling. eyes to be a dark brilliant blue,
almost violet.

Chocolate Tortie Point: Body should be an ivory color all over, mottled in
older cats. The points should be a warm milk chocolate with cream and/or red
mottling. Ears and tail should show definite red or cream mottling. The mask
should also show some mottling and a blaze is desirable. paw pads should be
salmon pink in color showing lighter spots where the mottling has extended
into the pads. Nose leather should be burnt rose in tone except where the
blaze extends into it. Eyes should be a dark, brilliant blue, even
approaching violet.

Seal Tortie Point: Body should be pale fawn to cream shading to lighter
color on stomach and chest. Body may be mottled in older cats. Points should
be a dark seal brown, mottled with red and/or cream. Allowance will be made
for lack of red and/or cream in kittens and young adults, as the red gene is
slow to develop. Nose leather should be a dark seal brown, except where
blaze extends into the nose leather. paw pads; dark seal brown except where
the mottling extends into paw pads.

Tortie Lynx Point
The Tortie Lynx Point is a pleasing mixture of the Lynx Point and Tortie
Point patterns. The first impression is to see the Lynx Pattern, with the
mottling overlaying the Tabby Pattern.
Lilac Tortie Lynx Point: Body should be glacial white. Body shading may take
form of ghost striping and/or red/cream mottling. Points; frosty gray with
pinkish tone bars, distinct and separated by lighter background color; ears;
frosty gray with pinkish tone, paler thumbprint in center. Uniform mottling
of red/cream overlaying the markings of the points preferred. Dilute color
will be pale even at 2 years. paw pads; lavender pink or lavender pink
mottled with flesh or coral pink. Nose leather; lavender pink permitted,
pink edged in lavender pink preferred.

Blue Tortie Lynx Point: Body bluish white to platinum gray, cold in tone,
shading to lighter color on stomach and chest. Body shading may take form of
ghost striping and/or red/cream mottling. Points; deep blue-gray bars,
distinct and separated by lighter background color, ears; deep blue-gray
with paler thumbprint in center. Uniform mottling of cream or red overlaying
the markings of the point preferred. paw pads; slate or slate colored
mottling with flesh or coral pink. Nose leather; slate color permitted, pink
edged in slate preferred, flesh or coral pink mottling may be present.

Chocolate Tortie Lynx Point: Body Ivory. Body shading may take form of ghost
striping and/or red or cream mottling. Points; warm milk chocolate bars,
distinct and separated by lighter ground color, ears; warm milk chocolate
with paler thumbprint in center. Uniform mottling of red and/or cream
overlaying the markings of the points preferred. paw pads; salmon or salmon
with flesh or coral mottling may be present. Nose leather; burnt rose
permitted, pink edged burnt rose preferred, flesh or coral mottling may be
present. Allow 2 years development.

Seal Tortie Lynx Point: Body cream or pale fawn, shading to lighter color on
stomach and chest. Body shading may take form of ghost striping and/or
red/cream mottling. Points; seal brown bars, distinct and separated by
lighter background color, ears; seal brown with paler thumbprint in center.
Uniform mottling of red and/or cream overlaying the markings of the points
preferred. paw pads seal brown, or seal brown mottled with flesh or coral
pink. Nose leather; seal brown permitted, pink edged with seal brown
preferred, flesh or coral pink mottling may be present.

Junior found this on the AFCA Siamese Standards. Thanks Junior!!

8 comments:

Donny and Marie and Casey said...

Uh oh...now I'm confused. Am I chocolate point or seal point???

~Casey

Tara said...

Wow, what happened to simple Siamese?
Tara

The Meezers said...

we is 'afused too! is we chocolate points? our shading says that we is chocolate points, but our point color is definately seal. ::scratching heads:: ::mumble mumble mumble::

The Meezer Gang said...

Stella is a Chocolate Point. Two main differences between Seal and Chocolate points are: 1. Chocolate paws are pink, not brown, and 2. Chocolate points do not darken on their bodies as they age; they stay a creamy ivory, as they are when they are kittens.

Cheysuli said...

Wait, someone found Skeezix calling him a pink point Siamese.. where is that?!

HRH Yao-Lin said...

The humans used to think I was seal point but i knew that I fit the point description for a chocolate point. i just knew it. x

Chairman Mao said...

Wowie, you make a lotta good points! hehehe

I reckon I'm a Seal Snowshoe Point!

Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

The Meezers said...

Fanks for clearing that up Meezer Gang - we has black paw pads, so we is definately Seal Points. whew!!