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Standards of Points - Tipped and Shaded Silver Exotic

In addition to the General Type standard:
TIPPED EXOTIC (70 10)

Colour – Undercoat pure white, the coat on back, flanks, head, ears and tail being tipped with black; this tipping to be evenly distributed, thus giving the characteristic sparkling silver appearance. The legs may be very slightly shaded with the tipping but the chin, chest and stomach must be pure silvery white. Any tabby markings or brown or cream tinges are defects. Nose leather brick red outlined with black. Eye rims, lips and paw pads black.
Eyes - Emerald or blue-green
Nose Leather - Cats with black tipping: brick red.
Paw Pads - Cats with black tipping: black or seal.
Additional Withholding Fault: Incorrect eye colour or rims or flecks of contrasting colour (in adults).
Additional Faults:
1. Barring on the legs
2. Tabby markings with the exception of ghost tail rings which should not penalise an otherwise good exhibit.

SHADED CAMEO EXOTIC (70 51a - 51j)

Colour - Undercoat pure silvery white with the tips of the coat shading to the appropriate colour or colours relevant to the breed number.  Whilst there may be some colour on the face, the shaded cameo’s face should be as pale as possible, with the greatest intensity of colour beginning on the top of the head, and running over the shoulders, back and the top surface of the tail. Chin, chest, stomach, inside of the legs and underside of the tail should be silvery white. The general effect to be darker than the Tipped; the tipping can be one third of the complete hair length and must be as even as possible. Hair on the foot pad to the joint may be shaded to the tipping colour. Rims of the eyes, lips, nose leather and paw pads must correspond with the tipping colour
Eyes - Copper, orange or deep gold (A green rimmed iris is a fault).
Nose Leather & Paw Pads - Corresponding with coat colour.

Additional Faults:

1. Barring on the legs
2. Tabby markings with the exception of ghost tail rings which should not penalise an otherwise good exhibit.

TIPPED CAMEO EXOTIC (70 52a - 52j)

Colour - Undercoat pure white, the coat on back, flanks, head, ears and tail being tipped with black; this tipping to be evenly distributed, thus giving the characteristic sparkling silver appearance. The legs may be very slightly shaded with the tipping but the chin, chest and stomach must be pure silvery white. Any tabby markings or brown or cream tinges are defects..
Eyes - Copper, orange or deep gold (A green rimmed iris is a fault).
Nose Leather - To correspond with coat colour.
Paw Pads - To correspond with coat colour
Additional Withholding Fault: Incorrect eye colour or rims or flecks of contrasting colour (in adults).
Additional Faults:
1. Barring on the legs
2. Tabby markings with the exception of ghost tail rings which should not penalise an otherwise good exhibit.

PEWTER EXOTIC (70 53)

Colour - White, evenly shaded with black giving the overall effect of a pewter mantle. Legs shaded with black but undercoat, chin and stomach to be white.
Eyes - Copper, orange or deep gold.
Nose Leather - Brick red outlined with black.
Paw Pads (and visible skin on eyelids) - Black or dark brown.

Faults:
1. Heavy tabby markings
2. Brown or cream tarnishing.

BLUE PEWTER EXOTIC (70 53a)

Colour - White, evenly shaded with blue giving overall effect of a pewter mantle. Legs shaded with blue but undercoat, chin and stomach to be white.
Eyes - Copper, orange or deep gold.
Nose Leather and Paw Pads - Blue.

Additional Fault:
Heavy tabby markings.

GOLDEN EXOTIC (70 54)

Colour - The undercoat apricot deepening to gold. Chin, stomach and chest pale apricot; rims of eyes, lips and nose outlined with seal brown or black. Back, flanks, head and tail any shade of gold sufficiently tipped with seal brown or black to give a golden appearance; the general tipping effect to be much darker than the Tipped Exotic. Legs may be shaded; back of legs from paw to heel solid colour or seal brown or black.
Eyes - Green or blue-green.
Nose Leather - Brick red outlined with black or seal brown
Paw Pads - Seal brown or black.
Additional Fault: Barring on body or legs (in adults).
Note: Golden kittens often show tabby markings and may be of unsound colour.

SHADED SILVER EXOTIC (70 55)

Colour - Undercoat pure silvery white with black tipping shading down from the back to the flanks and lighter on the face and legs. Face and above side of tail must be tipped. Chin, chest, stomach, stomach, inside of the legs and underside of the tail must be silvery white; the general effect to be a darker cat than the Tipped. The tipping can be one third of the complete hair length and must be as even as possible. Hair on the footpad to the joint may be shaded with black; legs to be the same tone as the face. Nose leather brick red outlined with black. Eye rims, lips and paw pads black.
Eyes - Emerald or blue-green.
Nose Leather & Paw Pads - Corresponding with coat colour.

Additional Faults:

1. Barring on the legs
2. Tabby markings with the exception of ghost tail rings which should not penalise an otherwise good exhibit.