Fawn point Siamese cats introduced by GCCF Siamese judge, Mrs J Starr.
Fawn point Siamese cats are a relatively new addition to the list of recognised Siamese colours and were promoted to championship status on 26 June 2013.
In the same way that Chocolate & Cinnamon points may sometimes be confused, so Lilac & Fawn points can appear similar, though good examples of both breeds should look quite different. Fawn is in fact the dilute version of Cinnamon.
A Fawn point has points of pale warm rosy mushroom (sometimes, as with all of the paler colours, there is less colour on the legs and feet) and this, combined with a magnolia coat, gives an almost ethereal appearance to this attractive variety.
G.C.C.F Old Breed No – 24r
New EMS Code – SIA p
Eyes – Brilliant intense blue, the deeper the better.
Points – Warm pale rosy mushroom. The legs may be slightly paler then the other points.
Body – Off-white (magnolia). Shading, if any, to tone with the points.
Nose Leather, Eye Rims and Paw Pads – Pinkish fawn.
Withhold Certificates or First Prizes in Kitten Open Classes for:
1 Pale and/or dull eye colour
2 Cold points or body colour
3 General Siamese withholding faults
If you have any photos of fawn point Siamese cats or kitten then we would love to include them on the Siamese Cat Breeder website. Please submit them using the form at the bottom of this page.
Many thanks to Lisa Jackson-Lee of Nightqueen Siamese for taking the time to send in her photos of her wonderful fawn point kitten, Nightqueen Roulette, covering his development from three weeks old right through to him becoming nine months old. It is really interesting to watch this boys colour development in the photos below.
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