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Standards of Points - Bi- and Tri- Colour Exotic

In addition to the General Type standard:
BI-COLOUR EXOTIC (70 12a1 - 70 12a5, 70 12a7)

Any solid colour and white. The patches of colour to be sound, clear, even, well distributed and distinct without scattered white hairs. The white fur to be pure white and free from marks or shading of any kind.
The minimum white permitted is some white to all four limbs, underbelly and chest, with some colour allowed to these areas of the body; the face to show both colour and white. Some white on the tail is acceptable.
The minimum colour permitted is to the head area accompanied by a fully coloured tail.
All pattern variations occurring in between the minimum white and minimum colour descriptions are acceptable.
Eye Colour - Copper, orange or deep gold.
Nose Leather and Paw Pads - Pink and/or the colour corresponding to the colour of the patches.

Withhold Certificates or First Prizes in Kitten Open Classes for:

1. Incorrect proportion of any colour
2. Incorrect eye colour or rims or flecks of contrasting colour (in adults)
3. Coloured markings in the white areas
4. All other withholding faults as in the Exotic Shorthair General Type Standard.

Faults:

1. Brindling or white hairs in the coloured patches
2. Tabby markings

TORTIE & WHITE EXOTIC (70 12a6, 70 12a8-12a10)

The patches of colour are to be sound, even, well distributed and distinct without scattered white hairs. The white fur to be pure white and free from marks or shading of any kind.
The minimum white permitted is some white to all four limbs, underbelly and chest, with some colour allowed to these areas of the body; the face to show both colour and white. Some white on the tail is acceptable.
The minimum colour permitted is to the head area accompanied by a fully coloured tail.
All pattern variations occurring in between the minimum white and minimum colour descriptions are acceptable.
Eye Colour - Copper, orange or deep gold.
Nose Leather and Paw Pads - Pink and/or the colour corresponding to the colour of the patches.

Withhold Certificates or First Prizes in Kitten Open Classes for:

1. Incorrect proportion of any colour
2. Incorrect eye colour or rims or flecks of contrasting colour (in adults)
3. Coloured hairs in the white areas
4. Fully white tail
5. All other withholding faults as in the Exotic Shorthair General Type Standard.

Faults:

1. Brindling or white hairs in the coloured patches.

TORTIE & WHITE EXOTIC (70 12a6)

Colour - Patches of black and shades of red to be well distributed and broken and interspersed with white.

BLUE TORTIE & WHITE EXOTIC (70 12a8)

Colour - Patches of light to medium blue and pale-toned cream to be well distributed and broken and interspersed with white.

CHOCOLATE TORTIE & WHITE EXOTIC (70 12a9)

Colour - Patches of chocolate, light red and dark red to be well distributed and broken and interspersed with white.

LILAC TORTIE & WHITE EXOTIC (70 12a10)

Colour: Patches of lilac and shades of cream to be well distributed and broken and interspersed with white