|Body||The medium sized cat has a medium heavy bone structure with moderately developed musculature.
The body is elongated and slender.
The legs are of medium length, the paws rounded.
The tail is long, broad at the base and tapers to a slightly rounded tip.
|Head||The head is longer than broad and has a rounded wedge shape without flat planes.
The profile is curved.
The chin is firm, in line with the nose tip and the upper lips.
|Ears||The ears are gently curved backwards to the centre of the head, rounded in a flexible tip. The curling has
an arc of at least 90 degrees. The arc may not exceed 180 degrees. Starting at the base the edges of the
ears have a firm cartilage which reaches to 1/3 of the height.
|Eyes||The eyes are walnut shaped (the upper lid is oval, the lower lid round), they are rather large and set at a
slight slant. All colours are permitted. The colour must be pure and brilliant. Exception in pointed cats: the
colour must be blue.
|Coat||The coat of medium length is silky, flat lying and has almost no undercoat. The tail furnishing is plume-like.|
|Colour varieties||All colours and patterns are permitted. Any amount of white is permitted. The description of colours is listed
in the general list of colours.
|Faults, which exclude
Scale of points
|Coat texture and colour:||15|