CFA SIAMESE STANDARD, 1934
Scale of Points:
Body Color .................................…..... 15
Points................................ .......................... 15
Shape (Body and Tail)...................................... 20
Head and Ears .........................15
Eyes (Color and Shape)...................................….....20
Coat...................................….....10
Condition...................................….....5

BODY COLOR: Even pale fawn or cream, slightly darker across the shoulders, shading gradually into a lighter color on the stomach and chest. The coat to be a warm fawn with no grey. In judging body color in older cats, allowance should be made for a darker coat, as Siamese darken with age, but the body should not be so dark as to eliminate contrast with the points. Kittens lighter in color.
SHAPE: (Body and Tail) The body should be medium in size, dainty, long and svelte. Neck long and slender, legs proportionately slim, hind legs slightly higher than front. Feet small and oval in shape. Tail, long and tapering to a fine point. A slight kink in the end is allowed. Winners to be withheld from bobbed, screwed, badly kinked or pompom tails. HEAD AND EARS: The head should be long and taper in straighter lines from the ears to a narrow muzzle, with no break at the whiskers. Skull to be flat and the nose to be a continuation of the forehead with no break. In profile, a straight line is seen from the center of the forehead to the tip of the nose. Allowance to be made for jowls in the stud cat. Ears erect, rather large, pricked and wide at base.
EYES: (Color and Shape) Eyes clear and of a vivid deep blue color. Eye aperture almond in shape and slanting toward the nose in true oriental fashion. Preferably not crossed.
COAT: Short, fine in texture and lying close to the body.
CONDITION: Perfect physical condition. Not fat, inclined to muscle.
BLUE POINT: The above standard to apply to the Blue Point Siamese except the coat is to be a silvery blue, slightly darker across the shoulders, changing gradually to an oyster white on the stomach and chest. Points to be of a much darker blue, but of the same tone as the coat. There must be no warm tone of fawn in the coat. Allowance made for older cats. Kittens lighter in color.
UNDESIRABLE: Round headed, fat, thick-set specimens, apparent hood, rough or shaggy coats, odd eye color, grey or yellowish tinge in eyes. Tabby or ticked markings, light hairs appearing in points. White feet or toes. Receding chin.

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