The FIFe-Standard





Very good type!
German Rex in torbie-white, breeder: fam. Glueck
Cattery: Gluecksanger / Gluecksklee


rex types


Point score



Head
:

The head is round with good breadth between the ears, a strong chin and well developed cheeks. The nose should have a slight indenration at the top.
The eyes are set at a good distance from the nose, beginning at the outer rather than the inner edge of the nose outline.

Ears:

Large, wide at the base and slightly rounded. The outside is well covered with fine hair; the inside is lightly covered

Eyes:

Medium in size, well opened, brillant in colour which should harmonize with the particular coat colour.

Body:

The body should be medium in size and lenght; strong and muscular but not massive or fat. In profile the chest is round and strong. Fine legs of medium lenght, small oval feets.

Tail:

Medium in lenght; from a substantial base it tapers slightly to a rounded tip. Well covered with fur.

Coat:

Very special in this variety because of the lack of guardhairs; very silky, short, with a tendency to curl, velvery. Curly whiskers. All Colours are allowed including all varieties with white, distribution as in Bi-Colour and Tri-Colour cats.



Point score
Body: 25 points
Head: 15 points
Eyes: 10 points
Coat / texture:
30 points
Color: 10 points
Tail:   5 points
Condition:   5 points




19.07.13
by GRX-ZG