CFA SIAMESE STANDARD, 1955
SEAL POINT
BODY COLOR .................................…..... 15
Even pale fawn or cream, shading gradually into a lighter color on the stomach and chest. The coat color should not be gray. In judging body color in older cats, allowance should be made for darker coats as Siamese generally darken with age, but there should be definite contrast between body color and points. Kittens, lighter in color. Point allotment: Proper color, 4 points; Proper shading, 4; Evenness of color, 7.
POINTS................................ ..........................10
Mask, ears, legs, feet, and tail, dense and clearly defined, all of the same shade of deep seal brown. Mask should be connected by tracings with the ears, except in kittens. Point allotment: Mask, 2; Ears, 2; Legs, 2; Feet, 2; Tail, 2.
BODY TYPE................................ .......................... 20
The body should be medium in size, dainty, long and svelte. Neck, long and slender. Legs, proportionally slim; hind legs slightly higher than the front. Feet, small and oval in shape. Tail, long and tapering with no visible kinks. Point allotment: Body, 7; Neck, 4: Legs and feet, 5: Tail, 4.
HEAD................................ .......................... 20
Head should be long and should taper in straight lines from the ears to a narrow muzzle, with no break at the whisters. The receding chin caused by the failure of the upper and lower teeth to meet in a straight line shall be considered a serious fault. The skull is to be flat, and the nose is to be a continuation of the forehead with no break. In profile, a straight line is to be seen from the center of the forehead to the tip of the nose. Allowance is to be made for jowls in the stud cat. There should be the width of an eye between the eyes. Ears rather large and pricked, wide at the base. Allotment of Points: Long flat profile, 6; fine muzzle, 4; non-receding chin, 4; width between eyes, 2; Ears, 4.
EYES - COLOR AND SHAPE................................ .......................... 20
Eyes shall be clear and of a vivid deep blue color. Eye aperture almond in shape. And slanting towards the nose in true Oriental fashion. Point allotment: Color, 10; (clear, 5; deep blue, 5) Shape, 10 (Oriental, 5; uncrossed, 5)
COAT................................ .......................... 10
Short, fine in texture, glossy and lying close to the body. Allotment of points: Short coat, 3; Fine coat, 2; Glossy coat, 2; Close coat, 3.
CONDITION................................ .......................... 5
Good physical condition. Not fat; inclined to muscle.
BLUE POINT
The above standard is to apply to the Blue Point Siamese except that the coat is to be bluish white, changing gradually to an oyster white on stomach and chest. Points to be of a much darker blue, but of the same tone as the coat. There must be no fawn in the coat. Kittens, lighter in color. Eyes, China blue.
CHOCOLATE POINT
The Seal Point standard applies to the Chocolate Point Siamese with the following exception: Points; milk chocolate color, the ears, mask, legs, feet, and tail to be even in color. The ears should not be darker than the other points. Eyes, clear, bright China blue. Pale or slatey eyes are to be discouraged. Body, ivory color all over. Gray or dingy shading to be a fault. Foot pads, cinnamon color.
FROST POINT (Temporary Standard)
BODY COLOR……………………………………………… ………………….. 15
Even glacial white without shading.
POINTS................................ .......................... 10
Frost grey of pinkish tone. In the mature cat, the mask, legs, feet, and the outer surface of the ears to be as even in color as possible. The mask to be complete and to be connected by tracings with the ears.
SHAPE - BODY AND TAIL................................ .......................... 20
Same as for the Seal Point, but generally smaller in size. The Frost Point matures between two and three years of age. The cat must not be penalized for size if it is well proportioned and of good conformation.
HEAD AND EAR……………………………………………… ………………….. 20
Same as for Seal Points. Inner surface of the ears, a delicate peach blossom tone. Nose leather, a faded lilac hue at the tip.
EYES................................ .......................... 20
Shape and slant as for Seal Points. Color, clear China blue. Pale or slatey eye color. To be discouraged.
COAT AND CONDITION ................................ .......................... 15
Same as for Seal Points.
UNDESIRABLE FOR ALL SIAMESE (with exceptions noted)
Round-headed, fat, thick-set specimens. Hood (Mask continuing under the throat, producing an upside-down V; No distinct tracings, and face is all solid color.) Rough or shaggy coats. Odd eye color; gray or yellowish tinge in eyes; crossed eyes. Belly and hip spots. Tabby or ticked markings. Light hairs in points. White feet or toes. Receding chin. Gray coat in Seal Points. Fawn coat in Blue Points.

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