Size Large


Shape Triangular, where all sides are equally long; with good height when seen in profile; forehead slightly rounded; long, straight profile without break in line (no stop)
Chin Firm


Shape Large, with good width at the base; pointed tips; with lynx-like tufts and long hair out of the ears
Placement High and open, so that the outer lines of the ears follow the line of the head down to the chin


Shape Large and oval, well opened, set slightly oblique
Expression Alert expression
Colour All colours permitted, regardless of coat colour


Structure Long, strongly built; solid bone structure


Strong, high on legs, hind legs higher than the front legs
Paws Large, round, in proportion to the legs


Long and bushy, should reach at least to the shoulder-blades, but preferably to the neck


Structure Semi long. The woolly undercoat is covered by a smooth, water repellant uppercoat which consists of long, coarse and glossy hair covering the back and the sides. A fully coated cat has a shirtfront, a full frill and knickerbockers
Colour All colours are permitted, including all colours with white; except pointed patterns and chocolate and lilac, cinnamon and fawn. Any amount of white is allowed, i.e. a white blaze, white locket, white chest, white on the belly, white on the paws, etc


General Too small and finely built cats
Head Round or square head; profile with a break (stop)
Ears Small ears; set too widely apart; set too close together
Legs Short legs; thin legs
Tail Short tail
Coat Dry coat; knotted with lumps, too silky

Scale of points

Total   100
Head General shape, nose, profile, jaw and teeth, chin 20
Ears Shape, size and placement 10
Eyes Shape, expression 5
Body Shape, size, bone structure, legs, shape of paws 25
Tail Length and shape 10
Coat Quality and texture, length 20
Condition   5


Coat is evaluated only on texture and quality
Very slow maturing of this breed should be taken into accountt
Mature males may have broader heads than females
Length of coat and density of undercoat vary with the seasons
Kittens can take up to six months of age to develop guardhairs
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