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Shaded Standards

Shaded Patterns - Recognized patterns are Blue Point Siamese, Himalayan, Seal Point Siamese, Russian Blue Point & Merle

Solid - No markings on a colored rat or color marks on a solid white rat.

Faults:  White toes, white feet, wrong color intensity based on standard of color
DQ:  white markings including but not limited to blazes, stripes, white tail-tips

Seal Point Siamese - aa c(h)c(h)
Blue Point Siamese - aa gg c(h)c(h)
Russian Blue Point - aa dd c(h)c(h)

  All Siamese shall have a beige based body ranging from light beige on the blue & Russian blue point to a deeper beige on the seal point.  
Deep colored points will be found on nose, ears, all four feet, tail fading up back. 
Eye color is deep ruby OR Black (Black eyed Siamese
Faults:  too light of beige (intensity of color); missing points; white toes, white feet
DQ:  white blaze, white stripes, white on tail tips and other white markings.
No picture yet Himalayan - aa c(h)c

Himalayan will be of a white base with d
eep colored points on nose, ears, all four feet, tail base/tail. 
Eye color is pink to pale ruby OR black (Black eyed Himalayan)
Faults:  beige body color base (intensity of color); missing points, white toes, white feet
DQ white markings including but not limited to blazes; stripes; white tail-tips.


Merle - 

   Merle color spots/splotches on a lighter base coat.  Usually seen as pearl merles and silvered minks/lilacs.  Merle may be seen on solid or any standardized marked rat.
Fault: marked toes / feet
DQ: blaze, stripes
  Burmese:

Mid-brown with darker points of the same shade. There should be a contrast between points and body. May be shown in either solid or marked classes.
Eye Color: Black.

Solid Burmese: Color to extend completely down toes to nails, and to the end of the tail.
Faults: white toes/feet, missing points, body color too light (intensity of color).
DQ: white blazes, white stripes, or any other white markings.white tail-tips,

Marked Burmese:
May be shown in any standardized marked class. Emphasis should be placed on ensuring that the rat *does* have evidence of the correct points. Ex.A hooded rat may be missing feet points, but should have clearly defined nose,
ears, and tail points.
Faults: missing points, body color too light (intensity of color), in addition to any marking-appropriate deductions.

 


Sable Burmese:

Dark brown with darker brown points. May be difficult to see points on a very dark sable. Darker (therefore more noticable) points are preferred.
Eye Color: Black.
Solid Sable Burmese:
Color to extend completely down toes to nails, and to the end of the tail.
Faults: white toes/feet, missing points, body color too light (intensity of color).
DQ: white blazes, white stripes, white tail-tips, or any other white markings.

Marked Sable Burmese:

May be shown in any standardized marked class. Emphasis should be placed on ensuring that the rat *does* have evidence of the correct points. Ex.  A hooded rat may be missing feet points, but should have clearly defined nose,
ears, and tail points.
Faults: missing points, body color too light (intensity of color), in addition to any marking-appropriate deductions.
   
 

Wheaton Burmese: Burmese + Agouti

A warm mid-honey/wheat color. Points should be a deeper color of the same shade. Hair shafts should show ticking.
Eye Color: Black.
Solid Wheaton Burmese:
Color to extend completely down toes to nails, and to the end of the tail.
Faults: white toes/feet, missing points, body color
too light (intensity of color).
DQ: white blazes, white stripes,
white tail-tips, or any other white markings.


Marked Wheaton Burmese:

May be shown in any standardized marked class. Emphasis should be placed on ensuring that the rat *does* have evidence of the correct points. Ex. A hooded rat may be missing feet points, but should have clearly defined nose,
ears, and tail points.
Faults: missing points, body color too light (intensity of color), in addition to any marking-appropriate deductions.


Russian Blue Burmese

A mid-grey/brown, similar to that of a Burmese, with a blue cast. Points are a deeper color of the same shade. Coat may be lighter in intensity when compared to a traditional Burmese. Hair shafts should show heathering typical of a Russian Blue.
Eye Color: Black.
Solid Russian Blue Burmese:
Color to extend completely down toes to nails, and to the end of the tail.
Faults: white toes/feet, missing points, body color too light (intensity of color).
DQ: white blazes, white stripes,
white tail-tips, or any other white markings.

Marked Russian Blue Burmese:
May be shown in any standardized marked class. Emphasis should be placed on ensuring that the rat *does* have evidence of the correct points. Ex.  A hooded rat may be missing feet points, but should have clearly defined nose,
ears, and tail points.
Faults: missing points, body color too light (intensity of color), in addition to any marking-appropriate deductions.

 

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