Colours

Distribution distribution of colours
Markings tabby pattern:
tabby blotched, mackerel, spotted, ticked, marbled
Remarks remarks to specific colours
   
Solid uniformly coloured
Tortie (tortieshell) colour with red/cream
Bicolour 2) solid colour and white
Tricolour 2) tortie and white
Smoke colour with silver
Smoke and white 2) Smoke Bicolour/Tricolour
Smoke Harlequin
Smoke Van
Smoke with white
Tabby tabby colours
Tabby and white 2) Tabby Bicolour/Tricolour
Tabby Harlequin
Tabby Van
Tabby with white
Silver Tabby, Shaded,
Shell (Chinchilla)
Silver blotched/mackerel/spotted
Silver Shaded
Silver Shell (Chinchilla)
Silver Tabby, Shaded, Shell
(Chinchilla) and white
2)
Silver Tabby Bicolour/Tricolour
Silver Tabby Harlequin
Silver Tabby Van
Silver Tabby with white
Golden Tabby, Shaded,
Shell (Chinchilla) Golden
and white
2)
Golden blotched/mackerel/spotted
Golden Shaded
Golden Shell (Chinchilla)

Golden Tabby
Golden Shaded
Golden Shell (Chinchilla)
Bicolour/Tricolour, Harlequin, Van, with white

 

Pointed 1) Points: colour only in the face, the ears, the legs, the paws and the tail
The body is off-white, very slightly shaded in the colour of the points
Pointed and white 1) 2) Pointed Bicolour/Tricolour
Pointed Harlequin
Pointed Van
Pointed with white
Smokepoint 1) Points and body colour have a silver-white ground.
Smokepoint and white 1) 2) Smokepoint Bicolor/Tricolour
Smokeoint Harlequin
Smokepoint Van
Smokepoint with white
Tabbypoint 1) The points have stripes, the tabby pattern cannot be determined.
Tabbypoint and white 1) 2) Tabbypoint Bicolour/Tricolour
Tabbypoint Harlequin
Tabbypoint Van
Tabbypoint with white
Silver Tabbypoint 1) Points and body colour have a silver-white ground.
The points have stripes, the tabby pattern cannot be determined.
Silver Tabbypoint and white 1) 2) Silver Tabbypoint Bicolour/Tricolour
Silver Tabbypoint Harlequin
Silver Tabbypoint Van
Silver Tabbypoint with white
Ticked Tabby (Abyssinian colours) Ticked Tabby
Silver Ticked Tabby
   
Genetic model for the colours  
   
1) Points Only the Siamese-points are described up to now.
2) Mitted The description of this pattern is not yet included.