2007-09-02 14:30 #0 av: Palombiens

Detta är burmillastandarden i Nordic Independent, Independentföreningar i SVerige och Norge. Hämtad från Breed Standards for Nordic Independent. Standarden är baserad på Fifes burmillastandard.

Burmilla (BML) - type, coat and colour standard

Text origin: FIFe

General:
Appearance: An elegant cat of foreign type.
Size: Medium.

Head:
Shape:
Gently rounded top of head with medium width between ears; wide at eyebrow level and jaw-hinge, tapering to a short, blunt wedge.
Nose: The profile shows a gentle nose break. Tip of nose and chin should be in line. A bump on the nose is undesirable.
Chin: Firm with good depth.

Ears:
Shape: Medium to large, broad at base with slightly rounded tips.
Placement: Set with a slight forward tilt in profile. Viewed from the front the outer line of the ear continues that of the face. This may not be so in mature males who develop fuller cheeks.

Eyes:
Shape:
Large; placed well apart in a slightly oblique setting; curved upper line angled towards the nose with fuller curved lower line.
Colour: Luminous and expressive, outlined with the basic colour. Colour any shade of green (64), but clear green is preferred. A yellow tinge acceptable in kittens and young cats less than 2 years of age. In red, cream and tortie varieties amber (62) is allowed.

Body:
Size:
Medium size and length.
Structure: Rounded chest of medium width, straight back.
Legs: Slender legs with strong bones, hind legs slightly longer than forelegs.
Paws: Neat and oval.
Tail: Medium to long with a medium thickness at base, tapering slightly to a rounded tip.

1/ Coat:
Structure:
Short and dense with a silky texture, smooth lying with sufficient undercoat to give a slight lift.
Colour: Ground colour pure silver-white, shaded and shell in the recognized orange and non-orange colour varieties.

Recognized colours:
Black shaded silver (ns 11), blue shaded silver (as 11), chocolate shaded silver (bs 11), lilac shaded silver (cs 11), red shaded silver (ds 11), cream shaded silver (es 11), blacktortie shaded silver (fs 11), bluetortie shaded silver (gs 11), chocolatetortie shaded silver (hs 11), lilactortie shaded silver (js 11), cinnamon shaded silver (os 11), fawn shaded silver (ps 11), cinnamontortie shaded silver (qs 11), fawntortie shaded silver (rs 11)

Black shell silver (ns 12), blue shell silver (as 12), chocolate shell silver (bs 12), lilac shell silver (cs 12), red shell silver (ds 12), cream shell silver (es 12), blacktortie shell silver (fs 12), bluetortie shell silver (gs 12), chocolatetortie shell silver (hs 12), lilactortie shell silver (js 12), cinnamon shell silver (os 12), fawn shell silver (ps 12), cinnamontortie shell silver (qs 12), fawntortie shell silver (rs 12)

The Burmilla may also have two burmese genes (cb cb), a fact that can be noted with the burmese code 31 if wanted.

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Point score origin: FIFe

20 Head (shape, nose, chin)
10 Ears (shape and placement)
20 Eyes (placement, shape and colour)
25 Body (shape and structure, legs and paws, tail shape and length)
10 Coat: Texture and length                Coat 20
10 Coat: Evenness of shading/tipping
5   Condition
Totally 100

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Faults:
Head:
Weak chin.
Eyes: Incorrect colour in adults.
Body:
Cobby or oriental.
Coat:
Too long or shaggy.

Colour descriptions and colour faults: See colour book

General faults for all breeds also apply for BML

Källa: http://idpnordic.se/standard/burmilla.pdf, 2007-09-02