For breeders, the quality of feline reproduction is a matter of concern. Siamese cats (details) are no exception. Of course, special circumstances are not excluded. However, the following rules will happen under normal circumstances. Please refer to the following rules!
When it comes to the coat color group (blue, black, cream, red, etc.) and to the decor group, it means (tiger spot, fireworks, shadow, etc.) if both of them work, then the following general rules will merge the coat / decor.
1. Both male and young cats will receive two coat color genes from female cats, while children of male cats will receive the coat color of female cats (or one of the coat colors of female cats with variegated colors) or fade the coat color of male cats – please refer to the instructions in general principles 21 and 24.
2. The young female cat receives one coat color gene from the parent cat, and the child of the female cat will mix or dilute the coat color of the parent cat. Please refer to general rules 21 and 24.
3. To get cream or red (coat / decor) kittens, males must be cream or red (coat / decor) and females must also be red or cream – see general rule 21.
4. Only the coat color / decor of the immediate parents of a kitten can be displayed in the kitten. Not all the fur / color of the progeny that appears in the lineage will directly affect the kitten. One notable exception is the terminal color gene, which can be shown by carrying several offspring – see general rule 21 & 24.
5. The color of the kitten may come from the parent or the female.
6. Some main features (such as fireworks, shadow, white, tiger spot, bicolor, etc.) will not skip the previous generation. These features will not directly affect the next generation if they are not shown.
7. When a cat shows a dominant coat color (black, red, tortoise shell, etc.), it must be his father’s or mother’s fur color – see general rule 21.
8.2 recessive parents (cream, blue, etc.) will not produce dominant coat colored kittens (black, red, etc.).
9.2 parents with terminal color will not breed kittens without terminal color.
10. To get a kitten with terminal color, both parents must carry the terminal color gene (even if they don’t show terminal color).
11. Mating a cat with a terminal color and a cat without a terminal color progenitor gene will produce kittens without terminal color.
12. For a cat with (non silver) tiger spots, one of her parents must be shadow or tiger spot. For a cat with silver white tiger spot, its parents must have silver white tiger spot, shadow or fireworks. Please see general rule 13.
13. All red cats must have tiger stripes. To be considered “red tiger spots”, we must see whether his father or mother is a parent with tiger stripes or shadow colors. A red tabby cat, if not a real one, cannot produce a real red spotted kitten unless it copulates with a dominant or shadowed cat.
14. A cat with a white coat (fireworks or shadows) must have a white coat on both of his parents – see the general rule
15. A shadow cat must have one of its parents be a shadow color — see general rule 21.
16. A shadow cat can produce smoke colored offspring, but a non shadow cat cannot breed a shadow colored offspring unless he and a shaded cat mate – see general rule 21.
17. A two-color cat must be one of its parents — see general rule 21.
18. Variegated cats (blue cream, tortoise shell, tricolor) are mostly female cats, but male cats still produce occasionally (and not all of them have no reproductive capacity).
19. White cat, one of the parents is white cat.
20. When a white cat copulates with a white cat (which can be seen as white) or with a cat labeled white (which can not be seen as white), it can breed white or marked coat color / flower color. The marked coat color / color cat must be dominant, But he has white hair. His offspring can produce hair / flower color as expected in planned breeding.
21. Genetically, a cat with a monochromatic white color can act on the expected coat color / suit color of a kitten. Such a small cat will be labeled with a coat color / color.
22.2 parents with long hair did not produce short hair offspring.
23.2 the parents of a classic tiger pattern will not produce: fish bone pattern, spot, or hairy tiger spot. For a cat with sharp tiger pattern, its parents must also be Maojian tiger spot. One of the parents of a fish bone tiger pattern or a spotted tiger pattern must be a fishbone tiger spot or a spotted tiger pattern – see general rule 21.
24. The color fading gene must appear in the pedigree book of the parents to produce the faded coat color.
25. Chocolate and lilac genes must be present in both parents’ blood lines to produce chocolate or lilac cats.