Half white and half another color
Type of Himalayan; gray points and a light gray or beige body
White with red and black patches
Rich cream fur lightly tipped in black to create a golden appearance (Chinchilla Golden)
White fur lightly tipped in black to create a silver appearance (The shading is darker on Shaded Silvers.)
Sturdy, round, and compact body shape
Color Point Carrier (CPC)
The cat carries the genetics to produce color point kittens possibly.
Lighter version of red
White with blue and cream patches
With the ancestry of the American Shorthair and Persian, this cat looks like a short-haired Persian.
A Persian with the standard look - the nose is smaller and positioned higher on the face
Mostly white with several large patches of color
Himalayan (or Colorpoint)
Type of Persian; points of color are found on the face, ears, legs, and tail.
Offspring of 2 animals from the two 2 different breeds
Type of Himalayan; tabby points
Persians genetically produced to be smaller than the standard
Face, paws, and tail shading to a much lighter color on the body
Lines in question pass on their good traits; lines that can greatly improve a breeding program
A female used for breeding; the word "dam" is found on pedigree forms.
Type of Himalayan; dark brown points and a body color anywhere between light brown and ivory
Solid black or gray, but the roots of the hairs are distinctly white
Same color all over; also known as Self
Stud (or Tom)
A male used for breeding; the word "sire" is found on pedigree forms.
A patched tabby; an established silver, brown, or blue tabby with patches of red and/or cream
Patched tabby points
Type of Himalayan; tortoiseshell points
Randomly patched all over with red and black; also known as Tortie
Almost all white with color patches only on the head and tail