Is the British Bobcat black? How to judge whether the British short haired cat is purebred

       White: pure white, no yellow hair tip. Eye color: dark sapphire blue, gold or copper. The mandarin duck eyed white cat should have one eye dark sapphire blue and the other golden. The depth ratio of the two eyes is the same. Nose meat and claw pad color: pink.

       Black: the color is black all the way to the root, there is no light tone, no white hair anywhere. Nose color: black. Pad color: black or brown. Eye color: gold or copper, no trace of green.

       Blue: light to medium dark blue, light shadow is preferred, and the color is very uniform, but a good medium shadow color is better than a poor light shadow color. There should be no white or tiger markings anywhere. Nose meat and claw pad color: blue. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Red (red): deep, brilliant red with uniform color from tip to root. There can’t be white anywhere. Nose and paw pad color: brick red. Eye color: gold or copper. Disqualification: it has heavy tiger markings.

       Cream: full cream color, light shadow color is preferred, uniform color, from hair tip to hair root. There can’t be white anywhere. Nose meat and claw pad color: pink. Eye color: gold or copper. Disqualification: heavy markings.

       Smoke: the origin of silver, the British short haired cat’s coat does not have the dark and light colored rings of the gill porpoise. The tip can be any recognized solid color, tortoise shell color or blue cream color. The down is white or light silver, which forms the biggest color contrast with the coat. Nose meat and claw pad color: same as fur color. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Shaded silver: the hereditary color of the British short haired cat is only shown in the form of the tip color. The color of the down is very light and looks like white. The hair on the back, the sides of the waist, the head and ears, and the tail, with the tip of the hair colored. The color of the top color should be evenly distributed, which is more important than the depth of the tip color. If there are no tiger stripes and evenly distributed hair tip color, even if the color is very dark, no points will be deducted; in fact, for this cat, the depth of hair tip color is better, because too few hair tip colors look almost white. From the legs to the claws, the hair tip color should be less and less, but should also be as evenly distributed as possible. The color of the chin, abdomen, chest and under the tail should be as close to white as possible. The color on the tip should be any approved solid, tortoise shell or blue cream color. Nose flesh and claw pad color: same as coat color. In hawksbill and blue milk, it is mixed with pink and / or brick red. Eye color: except for shadow silver, which can only be green or turquoise, others are gold or copper.

       Shaded golden: a non Silver Shade / peaked British kitten whose fur is full cream and has a pointed black or brown Cape. The hair on the back, the sides of the waist, the head, ears and tail should be colored. The top color should be evenly distributed and the degree of uniformity is much more important than the depth of the tip color. From the legs to the claws, the hair tip color should be less and less, but the hair tip color should be distributed as evenly as possible. The chin, abdomen, chest and tail should be pale apricot. Nose flesh and claw pad color: brick red outline can be found in black / brown hair tip color. Eye color: green or turquoise.

       Chinchilla silver: the down is pure white. The fur on the back, on the sides of the waist, on the head and tail, is dark and looks like shining silver. The legs can have a slight shade with a hairy tip. The chin, ear trim, abdomen and chest are pure white. The eyeliner, lip line and nose line are black. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black. Eye color: green or turquoise.

       Chinchilla Gold: the color of the fluff is light honey yellow to bright apricot yellow. The hair on the back, sides of the waist, head and tail is from black to enhanced golden tip color, and the legs and tail ends can have a shadow color with hair tip color. The chin, ear trim, abdomen and chest hair are the same light color, lighter in tone than fluff. Due to the lack of sharp color, it gives people the feeling that this color is lighter than shadow gold. The eyeliner, nasal line and lip line are black. Nose color: pink. Pad color: black. Eye color: green or turquoise.

       Shell Cameo (red chinchilla) Shell Cameo (red chinchilla): Fluffy is white, and the fur on the back, waist, head and tail has a light red hair tip color. The face and legs will have a slight shade of fur. The hair on the chin, ears, abdomen and chest should be white. Nose color: pink. Pad color: pink. Eye color: copper.

       Shadow Cameo: white fluff appears to be under a red shaded cloak, including the face and tail. The face and legs may have a darker shade than the rest of the body. The hairs on the chin, ears, abdomen and chest are white. The general impression is that this color is redder than shell Camille. Nose color: pink. Pad color: pink. Eye color: copper.

       Classic tabby pattern: the stripes are thick and the outline is clear and wide. The legs are evenly lined with bracelet like stripes, which are integrated with the body markings. The tail is also covered with evenly arranged circles. Several complete necklace like stripes “cover” the neck and chest, the more the better. The markings on the forehead and head are intricate, forming an “m” pattern. The markings on the corners of the eyes extend continuously to the back. There are whorl pits on the cheek. From head to shoulder, the long longitudinal stripes on the back and the wings like circles on both sides of the body form a beautiful butterfly pattern. It consists of two straight lines parallel to the back and the striated back. The three lines are well separated by body color, with a large spot on each side surrounded by one or more circular stripes. The markings on both sides of the body should be symmetrical. There are double rows of longitudinal button like spots in the chest and abdomen. Points deducted: spots appear. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       Mackerel tabby pattern: the stripes are thick and the outline is clear. All the stripes are linear. The legs are evenly lined with Thin Bracelet like stripes, which are integrated with the body stripes. The tail is also streaked. Neck and chest have obvious necklace like markings, like a lot of chains. There is an “m” pattern on the forehead and head. The markings on the corners of the eyes extend continuously to the back. The line goes down from the head to the shoulder. The lines running side by side on the spine form a narrow saddle. A thin line of fishbone surrounds the body. Points deducted: spots appear. The fishbone line is not very obvious on both sides of the body. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       Spotted tabby pattern: beautiful and clear leopard spots are the best. The shape can be round, oval or rose shaped. Any shape will be treated the same, but in any case the shape and location of the spot should be clear. Head: it’s like a classic spot. Body and legs: beautiful, clear leopard spots. Tail: leopard spots or broken annular spots are better. Color: Silver with black leopard dots, brown with black leopard dots, red with dark red leopard dots. Any other approved coat color with appropriate leopard dots is acceptable. Eye color: same as classic spot. Points deducted: the back line, spots and stripes of solid color are not clear and not separated, or the leopard spots on both sides of the body are not obvious. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       SILVER TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat color, including lips and chin, is light and clear silver. The stripes are dense and black. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black. Eye color: green or light brown.

       Silver PATCHED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is light and clear silver. The markings are dense and black, with red patches or soft red blending areas on the body segments or at the ends of the body. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black and / or brick red. Eye color: brilliant gold, green or light brown.

       Silver Patched Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): same as silver patch, but with additional white. A striped pattern on the forehead is more desirable. Nose color: brick red and / or pink. Pad color: black, brick red and / or pink. Eye color: brilliant gold, green or light brown.

       RED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is red, including lips and chin. The stripes are deep and red. Nose and paw pad color: brick red. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Brown TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is brilliant brown like copper. The stripes are dense and black. The same shape of lips and chin like a pair of rings around the eyes. Black on the back of the legs from the claws to the back of the feet. Nose flesh color: brick red. Pad color: black or brown. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Brown PATCHED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is brilliant brown like copper. The stripes are black and dense. Red patches or soft red mixed areas are distributed on the body or at the end of the body. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black and / or brick red. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Brown Patched Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): same as brown patch, but with additional white. A striped pattern on the forehead is more desirable. Nose color: brick red and / or pink. Pad color: black, brick red and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat color includes lips and chin, such as light blue ivory. The stripes are deep blue, in sharp contrast to the coat color. Warm tan or copper green tones cover the whole body. Nose color: old rose. Pad color: rose. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue PATCHED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): ivory with a light blue coat. The stripes are dark blue in contrast to the coat color. Patches or soft creamy areas on the body or at the end of the body. The overall color of warm tan or copper green covers the whole body. Nose color: old rose or pink. Pad color: Rose and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue Patched Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): the same as the blue patch, but with additional white. A striped pattern on the forehead is more desirable. Nose color: old rose or pink. Pad color: Rose and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Cream TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): coat color includes lips and chin, very light cream color. Light yellow or cream markings are very deep, darker than the coat color, forming a clear contrast, but can still be seen as coat color stripes. Nose meat and claw pad color: pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): red spot, cream spot, blue spot, silver spot and brown spot. The pattern of the various stripes shown shall meet the requirements of the established stripes and the permitted white part. As an ideal minimum white area, white should be divided into feet, legs, under the body, chest and kiss. If the white area is less than this standard, the score will be deducted according to the proportion. If the stripes are symmetrical, no matter how many colors there are, it doesn’t matter to white, that’s very rare. White stripes are more popular. Nose meat, paw pad and eye color: to meet the established requirements for striped cats; nose and paw pads can also be pink.

       Van tabby and white: the color part of white cat has only the end; head, tail and leg. The color part should conform to the definition of the color of classical spot, fishbone pattern and leopard spot and block spot. One or two small color patches are allowed on the body. Nose meat, paw pad and eye color: meet the established requirements of striped cat; nose meat and paw pad color can also be pink.

       Tortoise shell: black and rich red are naturally mixed. There is a clear boundary between the color blocks covering the whole body, but there is no color block of any other color, with one exception: a short strip color block is allowed. When a single red shadow appears, it is satisfactory that two red shadows will not be deducted much. Nose and paw pad color: pink and / or black. Eye color: gold or copper. Points deducted: stripes, complete color on the claw pad. The color is not balanced. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       Calico: white and spotless red and black patches. As an ideal minimum white area, white should be divided into feet, legs, under the body, chest and snout. The white stripe pattern on the forehead is ideal. Obvious markings are allowed in the red block. Nose and paw pad color: pink and / or black. Eye color: gold or copper. Points deducted: spots appear.

       Dilute calico: white with spotless blue and cream. The color blocks are clear and well-defined. As an ideal minimum white area, white should be divided into feet, legs, under the body, chest and kiss. The white stripe pattern on the forehead is ideal. Obvious markings are allowed in the milk color block. Nose and paw pad colors: blue and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper. Points deducted: spots appear.

       Van calico: white with spotless black and red. Color patches are defined at the ends of the body: the head, tail and legs. One or two small colored plaques are physically permissible. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Van dilute calico: white with patchy blue and cream. Color patches are defined at the ends of the body: the head, tail and legs. One or two small colored plaques are allowed physically. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue Cream: a natural blend of blue and cream, with no blocky color. Nose and paw pad colors: blue and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper. Points deducted: there are stripes on the body and complete color on the claw pad. Block color. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       Bi-color: color symmetry is very rare, no matter how many colors to white. A white stripe pattern on the forehead is ideal. Eye color: gold or copper. Points deducted: spots or tiger stripes appear. The color of nose meat and claw pad: meet the requirements of the established purity; the color of nose meat and claw pad is also pink.

       Van bi-color: black and white, blue and white, red and white, or cream and white. The color of white is only distributed at the end of the body: head, tail and legs. One or two small patches of color are allowed to appear on the body. The color of nose meat and claw pad: meet the requirements of the established purity; the color of nose meat and claw pad can also be pink. Eye color: gold and copper.

       Other British Shorthair colors: any color or pattern is OK. Except for colors that are obvious through hybridization: chocolate, lavender, accent, or a combination of these and white. Eye color: suitable for all dominant colors of cats.

       The information below is for reference only and is not part of an official CFA competition standard.

       British short haired cat color rating code:

       Solid color grade 2500 2501

       (black, blue, cream, red, blue eye white, golden eye white, mandarin duck eye white)

       Stripe color grade 2536 2537

       Blue, brown, milky, red, silver, blue, brown and silver

       Tricolor and bicolor grades 2546 2547

       (blue milk, hawksbill, tricolor, Sanskrit, light tricolor, Sanskrit light tricolor, solid plus white, pure plus white, spot plus white, block plus white, Sanskrit plus white

       Obshc 2596 2597

       (smoke, shadow, shadow gold and any other color patterns. Except for colors that are obvious through hybridization: chocolate, lavender, accent, or a combination of these and white. Eye color: suitable for all dominant colors of cats.

       AOV 2598 2599

       There are many breeds of British short haired cats.

       The Milky English short haired cat always has tiger spots, or many light pink. Eyes vary from deep gold to bronze.

       The colors are blue, yellow, white, gray, black, with tiger spots, key colors and stripes

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       Body features:

       Appearance

       : medium to large.

       Its skeleton and muscles are well developed. The short and fat neck is matched with the broad and flat shoulder.

       The head is round and wide,

       The biggest feature is the proximity of the ear.

       Coat color: Fifteen varieties are recognized,

       One of the most famous is the blue British bobcat. Recently, punctate cat species have also appeared in Europe.

       Wool

       Short and dense down,

       It is flexible and can wrap the whole body tightly.

       Hair species: short hair species

       eye:

       It is round and large, and the color is based on the coat color.

       Eye color: different according to body hair

       Birthplace: UK

       Features: the head is wide and round, and the distance between the ears is small. The eyes are big and round, and the neck is thick and short. The length of the tail is about two-thirds of its length.

       Prices range from 2000 to 5000

       Generally, there are blue, silver gradients, blue and white colors, and Sanskrit flower colors. If it is matched with Persian, it can not be regarded as English short. Varieties are not distinguished by coat color, which is only a small part of breed differentiation. British short in general, compact body, ear distance is relatively large, round and large eyes, adult male cats will have cheek meat, the overall look is relatively coarse mineral. Blue and short eyes are usually bronze or yellow, and silver eyes are usually green or yellow.

       No, the most famous one is the blue British short haired cat. Shadow tiger stripes appear in solid, smoke, shadow, shadow gold, two colors, and three colors of kittens, as well as blue, blue and white, milk color, milky white, three flowers and so on

       British short haired cat, plump body, short and developed limbs, short and dense fur, big head, round face, gentle and calm, friendly to people, easy to raise. It has been recognized in Britain for a long time. In 1901, the ideal image of its cat species appeared. It used to be a rather large and strong blue cat. After the 1970s, the color and appearance of the cat began to change. The body size is smaller and smaller, and the variety of fur colors becomes more and more abundant. All the changes are towards elegant style.

       British Bobcat color:

       White: pure white, no yellow hair tip. Eye color: dark sapphire blue, gold or copper. The mandarin duck eyed white cat should have one eye dark sapphire blue and the other golden. The depth ratio of the two eyes is the same. Nose meat and claw pad color: pink.

       Black: the color is black all the way to the root, there is no light tone, no white hair anywhere. Nose color: black. Pad color: black or brown. Eye color: gold or copper, no trace of green.

       Blue: light to medium depth blue, light shadow is preferred, color is very uniform, but good moderate shadow color is better than poor light shadow color. There should be no white or tiger markings anywhere. Nose meat and claw pad color: blue. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Red (red): deep, brilliant red with uniform color from tip to root. There can’t be white anywhere. Nose and paw pad color: brick red. Eye color: gold or copper. Disqualification: it has heavy tiger markings.

       Cream: full cream color, light shadow color is preferred, uniform color, from hair tip to hair root. There can’t be white anywhere. Nose meat and claw pad color: pink. Eye color: gold or copper. Disqualification: heavy markings.

       Smoke: the origin of silver, the British short haired cat’s coat does not have the dark and light colored rings of the gill porpoise. The tip can be any recognized solid color, tortoise shell color or blue cream color. The down is white or light silver, which forms the biggest color contrast with the coat. Nose flesh and claw pad color: same as coat color. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Shaded silver: the hereditary color of the British short haired cat is shown only in the form of a sharp color. The color of the fur is very light and looks like white. The hair on the back, the sides of the waist, the head and ears, and the tail, with the tip of the hair colored. The color of the top color should be evenly distributed, which is more important than the depth of the tip color. If there is no uniform distribution of tiger stripes, even if the color is very dark, no points will be deducted; in fact, for this kind of cat, the depth of the tip color is better, because too few tip colors look almost white. From the legs to the claws, the hair tip color should be less and less, but should also be as evenly distributed as possible. The color of the chin, abdomen, chest and under the tail should be as close to white as possible. The color on the tip should be any approved solid, tortoise shell or blue cream color. Nose flesh and claw pad color: same as coat color. In hawksbill and blue milk, it is mixed with pink and / or brick red. Eye color: except for shadow silver, which can only be green or turquoise, others are gold or copper.

       Shaded golden: a non Silver Shade / pointed British kitten whose fur is full cream and has a pointed black or brown Cape. The hair on the back, the sides of the waist, the head, ears and tail should be colored. The top color should be evenly distributed and the degree of uniformity is much more important than the depth of the tip color. From the legs to the claws, the hair tip color should be less and less, but the hair tip color should be distributed as evenly as possible. The chin, abdomen, chest and tail should be pale apricot. Nose flesh and claw pad color: brick red outline can be found in black / brown hair tip color. Eye color: green or turquoise.

       Chinchilla silver: the down is pure white. The fur on the back, on the sides of the waist, on the head and tail, is black and looks like shining silver. The legs can have a slight shade with a hairy tip. The chin, ear trim, abdomen and chest are pure white. The eyeliner, lip line and nose line are black. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black. Eye color: green or turquoise.

       Chinchilla Gold: the color of the fluff is light honey yellow to bright apricot yellow. The hair on the back, sides of the waist, head and tail is from black to enhanced golden tip color, and the legs and tail ends can have a shadow color with hair tip color. The chin, ear trim, abdomen and chest hair are the same light color, lighter in tone than fluff. Due to the lack of sharp color, it gives people the feeling that this color is lighter than shadow gold. The eyeliner, nasal line and lip line are black. Nose color: pink. Pad color: black. Eye color: green or turquoise.

       Shell Cameo (red chinchilla) Shell Cameo (red chinchilla): Fluffy is white, and the fur on the back, waist, head and tail has a light red hair tip color. The face and legs will have a slight shadow color with a hairy tip. The hair on the chin, ears, abdomen and chest should be white. Nose color: pink. Pad color: pink. Eye color: copper. *

       Shadow Cameo: the fur of the black color appears to be under the red shadow cloak, including the face and tail. The face and legs may have a darker shade than the rest of the body. The hairs on the chin, ears, abdomen and chest are white. The general impression is that this color is redder than shell Camille. Nose color: pink. Pad color: pink. Eye color: copper. *

       Classic tabby pattern: the stripes are thick and the outline is clear and wide. The legs are evenly lined with bracelet like stripes, which are integrated with the body markings. The tail is also covered with evenly arranged circles. Several complete necklace like stripes “cover” the neck and chest, the more the better. The markings on the forehead and head are intricate, forming an “m” pattern. The markings on the corners of the eyes extend continuously to the back. There are whorl pits on the cheek. From head to shoulder, the long longitudinal stripes on the back and the wings like circles on both sides of the body form a beautiful butterfly pattern. The markings on the back consist of a straight line running down the spine to the tail and two parallel lines on both sides. The three lines are well separated by body color. There is a large spot on each side, surrounded by one or more circular stripes. The markings on both sides of the body should be symmetrical. There are double rows of longitudinal button like spots in the chest and abdomen. Points deducted: spots appear. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       Mackerel tabby pattern: the stripes are thick and the outline is clear. All the stripes are linear. The legs are evenly lined with Thin Bracelet like stripes, which are integrated with the body stripes. The tail is also streaked. Neck and chest have obvious necklace like markings, like a lot of chains. There is an “m” pattern on the forehead and head. The markings on the corners of the eyes extend continuously to the back. The line goes down from the head to the shoulder. The lines running side by side on the spine form a narrow saddle. A thin line of fishbone surrounds the body. Points deducted: spots appear. The fishbone line is not very obvious on both sides of the body. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       Spotted tabby pattern: beautiful and clear leopard spots are the best. The shape can be round, oval or rose shaped. Any shape will be treated equally, but in any case the shape and position of the spot should be clear. Head: it’s like a classic spot. Body and legs: beautiful, clear leopard spots. Tail: leopard spots or broken annular spots are better. Color: Silver with black leopard dots, brown with black leopard dots, red with dark red leopard dots. Any other approved coat color with appropriate leopard dots is acceptable. Eye color: same as classic spot. Points deducted: the back line, spots and stripes of solid color are not clear and not separated, or the leopard spots on both sides of the body are not obvious. Disqualification: white everywhere.

       SILVER TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat color, including lips and chin, is light and clear silver. The stripes are dense and black. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black. Eye color: green or light brown.

       Silver patch TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is light and clear. The markings are dense and black, with red patches or soft red mixed areas on the body segments or at the ends of the body. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black and / or brick red. Eye color: brilliant gold, green or light brown.

       Silver Patched Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): same as silver patch, but with additional white. A striped pattern on the forehead is more desirable. Nose color: brick red and / or pink. Pad color: black, brick red and / or pink. Eye color: brilliant gold, green or light brown.

       RED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is red, including lips and chin. The stripes are deep and red. Nose and paw pad color: brick red. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Brown TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is brilliant brown like copper. The stripes are dense and black. The same shape of lips and chin like a pair of rings around the eyes. The black on the back of the leg runs from the claw to the heel of the foot. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black or brown. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Brown PATCHED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat is brilliant brown like copper. The stripes are black and dense. Red patches or soft red mixed areas are distributed on the body or at the end of the body. Nose color: brick red. Pad color: black and / or brick red. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Brown Patched Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): same as brown patch, but with additional white. A striped pattern on the forehead is more desirable. Nose color: brick red and / or pink. Pad color: black, brick red and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): the coat color includes lips and chin, such as light blue ivory. The stripes are deep blue, in sharp contrast to the coat color. Warm tan or copper green tones cover the whole body. Nose color: old rose. Pad color: rose. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue PATCHED TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): ivory with a light blue coat. The stripes are dark blue in contrast to the coat color. Patches or soft creamy areas on the body or at the end of the body. The overall color of warm tan or copper green covers the whole body. Nose color: old rose or pink. Pad color: Rose and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Blue Patched Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): the same as the blue patch, but with additional white. A striped pattern on the forehead is more desirable. Nose color: old rose or pink. Pad color: Rose and / or pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Cream TABBY (classic, mackerel, spotted): coat color includes lips and chin, very light cream color. Light yellow or cream markings are very deep, darker than the coat color, forming a clear contrast, but can still be seen as coat color stripes. Nose meat and claw pad color: pink. Eye color: gold or copper.

       Tabby and white (classic, mackerel, spotted): red spot, cream spot, blue spot, silver spot and brown spot. The pattern of the various stripes shown shall meet the requirements of the established stripes and the permitted white part. As an ideal minimum white area, white should be divided into feet, legs, under the body, chest and kiss. If the white area is less than this standard, the score will be deducted according to the proportion. If the stripes are symmetrical, no matter how many colors there are, it doesn’t matter to white, that’s very rare. Whi