Standard WCF

The body is muscular, of medium size, strong, flexible, dense, of medium lengths.

The tail is quite long, pointed, thick at the base.

The limbs are sinewy, long and slender. The paws are narrow and oval.

Wedge-shaped head of medium proportions, soft contour, desirable light scallop at the transition to the muzzle. When viewed from the front the muzzle is rounded and fits into a parabola, with its apex directed downwards. Strong chin and nose of medium length. Profile without stop but not straight, the forehead is slightly convex. Elegant neck.
The ears are large, wide and vertically placed and wide at the base. The tips are rounded, with “thumb mark” desirable ear tufts.

The eyes are large, shiny, expressive, almond shaped. Widely spaced, slightly oblique (outer corners of the eyes above the internal). Color — clean, bright, rich amber-yellow or green, with the outline of the eyelids.

cat5 The coat is short, thin and tight. Double or triple ticking.
Preferred dark hair.

Disadvantages:

White spots, white locket, too much white on the chest, closed the necklace on the neck, a grey or too light undercoat, too little ticking, moire stripes. The pattern/stripes on the face or limbs. The dark colours — no dark tail, dark “soles” on the hind legs, dark stroke century.

Siamese type, round head, small or pointed ears, round eyes, mixed color eyes, too prominent stop.

Body: 20 points
Head and ears: 15 points
Eyes: 10 points
Colour: 25 points

Ticking: 15 points
Texture: 10 points
Condition: 5 points

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Colors:

Wild color, the sorrel (sorrel), blue, beige-fawn (fawn), tortoiseshell, tortoiseshell sorrel, blue tortie, fawn tortie, black silver, sorrel silver, blue silver, fawn silver, silver tortie, sorrel tortie silver, blue silver tortie, fawn tortie silver.

25 n WILD COLOR (RUDDY)

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Color: body Color — warm brown with black ticking. The base of the hairs is dark orange, the belly and inner sides of limbs are also dark orange or dark apricot, in accordance with the basis of hair on other parts of the body. A darker shade on the back forms a “wild” line. The tip of the tail and “soles” hindlimb from the paw pads to the hock must be juicy-black.
Nose leather: brick red with black trim.
Paw pads: black.

b 25 SORREL (RED)

cat9 Color: body Color — brilliant copper red with red-brown ticking.The base of the hairs — dark apricot, belly and inner sides of the limbs are also dark apricot, in accordance with the basis of hair on other parts of the body. A darker shade on the back forms a “wild” line. The tip of the tail and “soles” of the hind limbs should be red-brown.

 

Nose leather: Pink to red-brown rimmed
Paw pads: Pink

a 25 BLUE (BLUE)

cat10Color: body Color — warm blue-grey tone steel blue ticking. The base of the hairs is pale cream or beige. All the other characteristics — like a wild coloration.

Nose leather: Brick red with blue trim
Paw pads: Blue-grey

c 25 BEIGE-FAWN (BEIGE-FAWN)

Color: body Color — matte warm beige with dark cream ticking. The base of the hairs is light cream.
Nose: Pink with dark pink trim
Paw pads: Dark pink

ns 25 BLACK SILVER (BLACK SILVER)

cat11Color: Base coat — pure white with black ticking. Slightly darker shade on the back forms a line, it must seem especially dark. The tip of the tail and “soles” hindlimb from the paw pads to the hock must be juicy-black.
Nose leather: Brick red with black edging
Paw pads: Black or brownish black
Eye color: Green or bluish-green, preferably green, with black edging.

bs 25 SORREL SILVER (SORREL SILVER)

cat12Color: Base coat — pure white with red-brown ticking. Slightly darker shade on the back forms a line, it must seem especially dark. The tip of the tail and “soles” hindlimb from the paw pads to the hock must be a juicy red-brown.
Nose leather: Brick red with brown trim
Paw pads: Color of cinnamon or chocolate
Eye color: Green or bluish-green, preferably green, with brown trim.

as 25 BLUE SILVER (BLUE SILVER)

Color: Base coat — pure white with blue ticking of steel color. Slightly darker shade on the back forms a line, it must seem especially dark. The tip of the tail and “soles” hindlimb from the paw pads to the hock must be juicy steel blue color.
Nose leather: Brick red with blue trim
Paw pads: Blue-grey
Eye color: Green or bluish-green, preferably green, with black edging.

cs 25 SILVER FAWN (FAWN SILVER)

Color: Base coat — pure white with warm cream ticking. Slightly darker shade on the back forms a line, it must seem especially dark. The tip of the tail and “soles” hindlimb from the paw pads to the hock must be juicy warm cream color.
Nose: Pink with dark pink trim
Paw pads: Dark pink
Eye color: Green or bluish-green, preferably green, with black edging.

Note: All the nuances of cream or brown undercoat are negative for all silver options.

Standard CFA

standart cfa

cat13GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS: the overall impression of the ideal Abyssinian is an elegant cat of medium size with original color and a Royal dignity. The Abyssinian flexible, strong, muscular, energetic, and inquisitive in all conditions. It is a well balanced cat, both physically and emotionally.
HEAD: Modified wedge with rounded contours — all lines and planes have smooth transitions and contours. The transition from forehead to nose pronounced, the forehead is full, broad between the ears and flowing into the neck.

MUZZLE: rounded, without pinch. The chin is broad, should not be bevelled or speakers. In adult cats are more developed jaw.

cat14EARS: alert, large, moderately wide based, broad and cupped at base and open. Hair on ears short and fine, with clear, sharp ticking.

EYES: almond shaped, large, brilliant and expressive. No round or slanting. The eyes outlined with a dark line surrounded by a lighter tone.

BODY: medium long, lithe and graceful, the muscles are well expressed, but not textured or rough. The structure of the body — between compact and elongated. Proportion and balance are more important than size.

Legs and FEET: well proportioned, graceful, like the Abyssinian stands on her toes. Feet are compact, small size and oval, Toes: five in front and four behind.

TAIL: thick at base, gradually narrowed to the tip.

COAT: soft, silky, original texture is dense and elastic to the touch, shiny. Medium length, close fitting to the body. Hairs with sable color – two or three colored rings alternating with a lighter tone.

FAULTS: long or narrow head. Ring of dark color on the legs, open necklaces on the chest and stripes on the tail. Coldness or grey tones in the color. White undercoat with a blue and fawn colors.

DISQUALIFY: white locket, or white anywhere except the chin and strokes, eyes, tail defects, the enclosed necklace on the chest, gray tone in the base of the hair all over the body, any black hairs on a red color, incorrect number of toes. Unrecognized color.

Abyssinian colors: coat Color is warm and glowing. Original color formed by the hairs with contrasting stripes, bright even in the base of the hair. Main color bright and clean, preferably a more deep tone, a darker stripe along the ridge is permitted only if it is not very contrasting. Preference is given to an animal without a pattern on the lower part of the body, legs and tail. On the face of the dark lines around the eyes and eyebrows, on the cheeks, Crosshatch and dots on the whisker pads. The eyes outlined with a dark line surrounded by bright points. Eye color gold or green, welcomed the monotone and color depth.

cat15Wild color: black on red-brown tone.
Red: chocolate on red background.
Blue: blue on beige tone.
Fawn: the color of cocoa on a light beige tone.
Silver — all of the above variation of colors on a silver tone(not recognized).
In all colours:
The nose is pink with an outline in the color of the main color
Paw pads are dark in color of the basic color.

Head (25)
Muzzle………. 6
Head……….. 6
Ears………… 7
The shape of the eye……. 6
the Body (30)
Case ………. 15
Legs and feet .. 10
Tail ……….. 5
Wool (10)
Texture …….. 10
Color (35)
Color……….. 15
Ticking …….. 15
Eye color ….. 5

Standard TICA

Condition: Flabbiness of body, disadvantages of wool, its gloss, the lack of muscle, the symptoms are shortcomings that must be removed points.

Color:

Ruddy:

cat16Orange-brown, covered with two or three stripes of black or dark brown. The upper lip is darker, with orange-brown skin. The external part of the body is covered with shorter hair, it needs to be at least one strip of ticking. Dark shading along the spine allowed if fully ticked is present.The inner part of the body, the chest, the inner part of the legs should be reddish brown, without ticking, medallions and stains. The variations in color from apricot to a deeper, deeper colors preferred. The tail should be black no rings or gray spots. Paw pads black or dark brown with black between toes. Eye color — gold, green, copper or Gazeley. More rich and deep tones are preferred. The nose is brick red.

Sorrel (Cinnamon):

cat17View orange-brown with a red ticked with chocolate brown. The tail is chocolate brown. Preferred a deeper color sorrel (cinnamon) and more rich ticking. Paw pads — pink with brown between the toes. Eye color — gold, green, copper or Gazeley. More rich and deep tones are preferred. The nose is pink.

 

 

Blue

cat18A warm, damp soft blue with a darker blue ticking. Basic hair, lower body, chest, insides of legs — Palo-cream. The spine is a darker shade than the body color. The tail is a darker shade of blue. Preference is given to good full of the ticking. Pads – purple-blue, with blue between the toes. Eye color — gold, green, copper or Gazeley. More rich and deep tones are preferred. The nose is dark pink.

 

 

Fawn

cat19Warm pink-beige powder with the effect of a ticking deeper and darker pink and beige. Basic hair, lower body, chest, insides of legs — Palo-cream. The spine is a darker shade than the body color. Tail – a darker shade of pink and beige. Preference is given to good full of the ticking. Pads – purplish-pink to pink-beige between his fingers. Eye color — gold, green, copper or Gazeley. More rich and deep tones are preferred. Nose – purplish-pink.

 

 

NBC color
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Silver cats have only the undercoat is different from tabby cats with four same for both colors of ticking. All silver variations the preferred color of the undercoat is white. The ticking matches the color of the wool and creates the overall impression is of silver color. Undercoat ivory is also acceptable. Yellow or brown spots on the chest, belly, inner parts of the legs is not desirable, although not considered a disadvantage.

Silver:
The ticking, or dark bands in the coat — black. Undercoat — white-silver. The tail – full color cinnamon without rings. Eye color and cushions:same as for the Ruddy. The nose is pink.

Silver-Cinnamon:
The ticking, or dark bands in the coat — the color of cinnamon. Undercoat — white-silver. The tail is completely black without rings. The color of the eyes and pads, and nose leather:same as Sorrel.

Blue-Silver:
The ticking, or dark bands in the coat — gray-blue. Undercoat — white-silver. The tip of the nose and the color of the spine, like Blue. The color of the eyes and pads, and nose leather:same as Blue.

Fawn Silver:
The ticking, or dark bands in the coat — fawn color (pink-beige) . Undercoat — white-silver. The tip of the nose and the color of the spine, like a Fawn. The color of the eyes and pads, and nose leather:same as Fawn.