Burmese

Fur

The coat shall be a deep brown from the spine fading down to dark tan/brown under the belly, without any sudden change in color. Points shall be dark sepia (as near to black as possible) or a deep chocolate brown. Points shall contrast in color. The shading should be gradual and pleasantly blended away from all points, except the tail. Nose point to shade out over face.

Eyes

Shall be dark, large and bright, with lighter eye fur circles blended in shading.

Ears

Ears are distinctly colored with the point color.

Whiskers

Shall match the point color.

Feet

The feet shall match other points to the first leg joint. Toenails shall match the point color.

Faults

Faded or off color; fur of any other color in the coat; toenails not of the correct color; light feet or other points; white furs in any of the points; a white bib under chin or white above the lips; white hairs in the tail or feet.

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