white (orange, blue and odd-eyed)
as well as tortie and tabby varieties of these colours.
In all above colours silver tabbies and tortie tabbies with either green or orange eyes.
Tip/shaded, including pewter of all above solid or tie colours as well as golden.
Smoke in all above solid or tortie colours.
Bi-colour and van in all above colours and patterns.
Pointed: in all colours including caramel/apricot in 3 base colours.
|All recognized colours and patterns.
||All colours are allowed.
Tortie varieties of above colours.
Smoke varieties of all above colours.
Silver shaded and shell in black, blue, chocolate, lilac and tortie varieties of those colours.
Golden shaded & shell in black and blue. Tabbies in all the above colours. Silver tabbies in all the above colours.
Golden tabbies in black and blue varieties.
Bi-colour, Harlequin and Van patterns in all the above colours. Smoke, tabby and silver tabby varieties in all of those colours.
Colourpoint varities in all the above colours.
Tabby point in all the above colours.
|All recognized colours and patterns including pewter.
||All recognized colours and patterns
||All recognized colours and patterns.
||Longhair Exotics that meet Persian colour descriptions are eligible to compete in Persian colour classes. These cats are identified by a registration prefix of 4498-4499, 4698-4699 and 4598-4599. A longhair division for Exotics will be created for scoring purposes only and National/regional points accumulated by longhair Exotics shown in Persian colour classes will count towards longhair Exotic breed and colour class wins, not towards Persian wins.
||PKD testing a requirement in some FIFe registries.
||It is strongly recommended that all cats used for breeding should be gene tested for PKD.
||Cats in the Persian Group (i.e. Exotic & Persian) are freely intermated and the progeny registered as either Persian or Exotic, depending on Phenotype – all Persian progeny from Exotic parent/s however, shall have dual breed numbers for the first generation..