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Хотелось бы поговорить о некоторых разночтениях в стандартах разных систем.
Начну с Тиковского, он подробней ВЦФного).
Какое -то время Тиковский стандарт был на "реконструкции", давно в него не заглядывала, а вчера открыла, мне показалось, что изменилась шкала баллов . Не могу найти старый, может у кого есть сравнить? Хотя указано, что он с 2005 года . Может просто переводили на сайте в другой формат для чтения...

Стандарт TICA - (стоит обратить внимание, что хвост имеет больше баллов, чем уши, и к шерсти и цвету больше присматриваются, чем к носу, профилю и глазам, подбородок -1 балл). Также важно, что голова и тело оцениваются в целом одинаково по 40 баллов, поэтому хорошая голова никак не умаляет наличие тщедушного тела или наоборот- это в принципе хорошо, мне кажется).

HEAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 points
Shape . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Ears . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Eyes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Chin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Muzzle . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Nose . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
BODY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 points
Torso . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Legs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Feet . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Tail . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Boning . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Musculature . . . . . . . 5
COAT/COLOR/PATTERN . . 15 points
Length . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Texture . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Pattern . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Color . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
OTHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 points
Balance . . . . . . . . . . 2
Condition . . . . . . . . . 2
Temperament . . . . . . 1

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SCOTTISH FOLD BREED GROUP (SF/SFL)
The Scottish Fold (SF) is best known for its distinctive ears and large, round eyes, which give it a sweet, open expression. The
Scottish Fold Longhair (SFL) is the longhaired version of this breed.

CATEGORIES: Traditional and Pointed.
DIVISIONS: All.
COLORS: All.
PERMISSIBLE OUTCROSSES: American Shorthair, British Shorthair, British Longhair

HEAD:

Shape: Well rounded. Prominent cheeks with a jowly appearance. Overall look should
have a sweet, open expression. Should be round from any angle.

Ears: Folded forward and downward. Small, tightly folded ear preferred. The ears should be set in a cap-like fashion to expose a rounded cranium, not set high on the head. Size of ear is not as important as ear set and fold. Ear tips to be rounded.

Eyes: Wide open, large and round with sweet expression. Eye color to conform to
coat color.

Chin: Should be moderate.

Muzzle: Moderate wide muzzle to have well-rounded whisker pads.

Nose: Broad and short.

Profile: Gentle curve, brief stop is permitted.

Neck: Head should blend into a short neck.

BODY:

Torso: Body should be medium and well rounded. Should be even from shoulder to pelvic girdle.

Legs: Length in proportion to body. Cat should stand firmly and show no signs of weakness or lack of mobility in the hindquarters.

Feet: Toes to be neat and well-rounded.

Tail: Must show normal flexibility and be in proportion to the body.

Boning: Medium boning.

Musculature: The Scottish Fold should have a firm, muscular body, no sign of
softness or flabbiness should be present.

COAT/COLOR/PATTERN:
Length:
(SF) Should be short, double coat preferred. Should not lie flat to the body.
(SFL) Semi-long. Toe tufts and ear furnishings should be clearly visible. Ruff
and britches desirable.

Texture:
(SF) Should be plush, dense and resilient.
(SFL): Should be soft and stand away
from the body.

Pattern: All patterns.

Color: All traditional and pointed colors accepted.

OTHER:

Balance: Body should be medium and well-balanced and well-proportioned.

Condition: Cat must exhibit a healthy condition.

Temperament: Unchallenging. The Scottish Fold is a sweet-tempered,
affectionate cat and enjoys being with people.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Scottish Fold occurred as a spontaneous mutation in farm cats in Scotland. All bona-fide Scottish Folds trace their pedigree to Susie, the first fold-ear cat discovered by the founders of the breed, William and Mary Ross. The Breed was subsequently established by outcrosses to both pedigreed breeds and domestic cats in the United States. One word can describe the Scottish Fold and that is ROUND in every sense of the word. Round head, body, eyes, and feet. The Scottish Fold is best known for its distinctive ears and large, round eyes, which give it a sweet, open expression. They retain a "kittenish" expression their entire life. The shorthair is medium in size with a plush, dense coat. The longhair has the same standard as the Shorthair Fold with the exception of the coat, which is semi-long and stands away from the body. However, the longhair gives the breed a somewhat softer overall look.

ALLOWANCES: Seasonal changes in coat length and texture for the longhair fold. Lockets.
PENALIZE: A heavy brow ridge is to be penalized as it closes down the face, making the cat look as if it is scowling or frowning and detracts from the sweet, open expression. The forehead should be smooth. A definite nose break is considered a fault. Any hint of lack of mobility in the cat due to short course legs.
WITHHOLD ALL AWARDS (WW): Evidence of illness, poor health, emaciation.
DISQUALIFY (DQ): Kinked tail. Tail lacking in flexibility.

Temperament must be unchallenging; any sign of definite challenge shall disqualify. The cat may exhibit fear, seek to flee, or generally complain aloud but may not threaten to harm. In accordance with Show Rules, ARTICLE SIXTEEN, the
following shall be considered mandatory disqualifications: a cat that bites (216.9), a cat showing evidence of intent to deceive (216.10), adult whole male cats not having two descended testicles (216.11), cats with all or part of the tail
missing , except as authorized by a Board approved standard (216.12.1), cats with more than five toes on each front foot and four toes on each back foot,
unless proved the result of an injury or as authorized by a Board approved standard
(216.12.2), visible or invisible tail faults if Board approved standard requires disqualification (216.12.4), crossed eyes if Board approved standard requires disqualification (216.12.5), total blindness (216.12.6), markedly smaller size,
not in keeping with the breed (216.12.9), and depression of the sternum or unusually small diameter of the rib cage itself (216.12.11.1). See
Show Rules, ARTICLE SIXTEEN for more comprehensive rules governing penalties and
disqualifications.

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Хотелось бы поговорить о некоторых разночтениях в стандартах разных систем.


Для разговора желательно сформулировать вопросы к обсуждению.


вопросы в первом посте - разночтения в стандартах. Просто пока не удалось загрузить остальные, то времени нет, то инет барахлил. Сейчас попробую еще раз загрузить. тогда проще будет сравнивать. Честно говоря, надеялась, что кто-нибудь загрузит хоть какой-нибудь стандарт для сравнения с тиковским.

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CFA

POINT SCORE
HEAD (55)
Ears............................................................................................... 25
Head shape, muzzle, neck, chin, profile...................................... 15
Eyes .............................................................................................. 15
BODY (40)
Body structure of torso, legs and paws........................................ 10
Tail ................................................................................................ 20
Coat............................................................................................... 10
COLOR (5)
Color of coat and eyes................................................................... 5

GENERAL: the Scottish Fold cat occurred as a spontaneous mutation
in farm cats in Scotland. The breed has been established by
crosses to British Shorthair and domestic cats in Scotland and
England. In America, the outcross is the American and British
Shorthair. All bona fide Scottish Fold cats trace their pedigree to
Susie, the first fold-ear cat discovered by the founders of the breed,
William and Mary Ross.
HEAD: well rounded with a firm chin and jaw. Muzzle to have well
rounded whisker pads. Head should blend into a short neck.
Prominent cheeks with a jowly appearance in males.
EYES: wide open with a sweet expression. Large, well rounded,
and separated by a broad nose. Eye color to correspond with coat
color. Blue-eyed and odd-eyed are allowed for all white and bi-color
and van patterns.
NOSE: nose to be short with a gentle curve. A brief stop is permitted.
Profile is moderate in appearance .
EARS: fold forward and downward. Small, the smaller, tightly folded
ear preferred over a loose fold and large ear. The ears should be
set in a caplike fashion to expose a rounded cranium. Ear tips to be
rounded.
BODY: medium, rounded, and even from shoulder to pelvic girdle.
The cat should stand firm with a well padded body. There must be
no hint of thickness or lack of mobility in the cat due to short, coarse
legs. Toes to be neat and well rounded with five in front and four
behind. Overall appearance is that of a well rounded cat with medium
bone; fault cats obviously lacking in type. Females may be
slightly smaller.
TAIL: tail should be medium to long but in proportion to the body.
Tail should be flexible and tapering which may end in a round tip.
Longer, tapering tail preferred.
COAT (SHORTHAIR): dense, plush, even. Short to medium-short in
length. Soft in texture. Full of life. Standing away from body due to
density, not flat or close lying. Coat texture may vary due to color
and/or regional/seasonal changes.
COAT (LONGHAIR): medium-long to long hair length. Full coat on
face and body desirable but short hair permissible on face and legs.
Britches, tail plume, toe tufts, and ear furnishings should be clearly
visible with a ruff being desirable. Seriously penalize: cottony coat,
except in kittens.
AOV: straight ear.
PENALIZE: brow ridge.
DISQUALIFY: kinked tail. Tail that is foreshortened. Tail that is lacking
in flexibility due to abnormally thick vertebrae. Splayed toes,
incorrect number of toes. Any evidence of illness or poor health.
Palpable nose break. Any color or pattern showing evidence of
hybridization resulting in the colors chocolate, lavender, the pointed
pattern, or combinations of these colors with white, etc.

Scottish Fold allowable outcross breeds:British Shorthair, American Shorthair.

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пожалуй загружу сюда все доступные стандарты, пригодится...пусть все в одном месте будут


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Australian Cat Federation (Inc) Breed Standards

SCOTTISH FOLD ( ACF Standard)
The Scottish Fold cat occurred as a spontaneous mutation in farm cats in
Scotland. The breed has been established by crosses to British Shorthair
and domestic cats in Scotland and England. In America, the outcross is
the American and British Shorthair. All bona fide Scottish Fold cats trace
their pedigree to Suzie, the first fold-ear cat discovered by the founders of
the breed, William and Mary Ross.

Head Well rounded with a firm chin and jaw. Muzzle to have well rounded whisker pads. Head should blend into a short neck. Prominent cheeks with a jowly appearance in males.

Eyes Wide open with a sweet expression. Large, well
rounded, and separated by a broad nose. Eye colour to correspond with coat colour.

Nose Nose to be short with a gentle curve. A brief stop is permitted but a definite nose break considered a fault.

Profile is moderate in appearance.

Ears Fold forward and downward. Small, the smaller, tightly folded ear preferred over a loose fold and large ear. The ears should be set in a cap-like fashion to expose a rounded cranium. Ear tips to be rounded.

BodyMedium, rounded, and even from shoulder to pelvic girdle. The cat should stand firm on medium legs. There must be no hint of thickness or lack of mobility in the cat due to short, coarse legs. Toes to be neat and well rounded with five in front and four behind. Rear feet face forward – feet which point outwards to be penalised. Overall appearance is that of a cat with medium bone. Females may be slightly smaller.

TailTail should be medium to long, but in proportion to the
body. Tail should be flexible and tapering. Longer tapering tail preferred.

Coat Dense, plush, medium short, soft in texture, full of life.
Standing out from body due to density; not flat or close lying. Coat texture may vary due to colour and/or regional or seasonal changes.

Disqualify: Kinked tail; tail that is foreshortened; tail that is lacking
in flexibility due to abnormally thick vertebrae; incorrect
number of toes; any evidence of illness or poor health.
Withhold Challenge for:
Roach back, grossly cow hocked hind legs.
Reprinted 2007 III :39 (113)
A.C.F. STANDARDS III: 46

SCALE OF POINTS
Ears 25 points
Head shape, muzzle, neck, chin, profile 15 points
Eyes 15 points
Body, structure of torso, legs and paws 10 points
Tail 20 points
Coat 10 points
Colour of coat and eyes 5 points
—————
100 points

Colours and
patterns as for British Shorthairs, with the addition of the mink
pattern.
General Description Mink Pattern
The mature specimen should be rich, even, unmarked colour, shading almost
imperceptibly to a slightly lighter hue on the underparts. Allowance to be made
for lighter body colour in young cats. With dilute colours in particular,
development of full body colour may take up to 16 months. Cats do darken
with age, but there must be a distinct contrast between body colour and points.
Point colour (mask, ears, feet and tail) all densely marked, but merging gently
into body colour. Except in kittens, mask and ears should be connected by
tracings. Eye colour Aqua: depth, clarity, and brilliance of colour preferred.
Scottish Fold Mink colours
Brown Red Brown Tortie
Blue Cream Blue Tortie
Chocolate Caramel Chocolate Tortie
Lilac Apricot Lilac Tortie
Caramel Tortie
For colour descriptions refer to Tonkinese mink standards

SCOTTISH FOLD LONGHAIR
The description is exactly the same as for the Scottish Fold with the
exception of:
Coat Medium to long hair length. Full coat on face and body desirable but short hair permissible on face and legs.
Breeches, tail plumes, toe tufts, and ear furnishings should be clearly visible with ruff being desirable.
Seriously penalise cottony coat, except in kittens.
III :39a (113a) Amended 2007
III: 47 A.C.F. STANDARDS

SCOTTISH SHORTHAIR

General
The Scottish Shorthair is the straight (pert) eared progeny of the Scottish Fold
breeding, and may only be bred with Scottish Fold or Scottish Shorthairs.
They cannot be used with British Shorthair or any British program.

Head Well rounded with a firm chin and jaw. Muzzle to have
well rounded whisker pads. Head should blend into a
short neck. Prominent cheeks with a jowly appearance in males.

Eyes Wide open with a sweet expression. Large, well rounded, and separated by a broad nose. Eye colour to correspond with coat colour.

Nose Nose to be short with a gentle curve. A brief stop is
permitted but a definite nose break considered a fault.

Profile is moderate in appearance.

Ears Small but pert with rounded tips, set well apart. Well
covered with fur.

Body Medium, rounded, and even from shoulder to pelvic
girdle. The cat should stand firm on medium legs. There must be no hint of thickness or lack of mobility in the cat due to short, coarse legs. Rear feet face forward - feet which point outwards to be penalised. Toes to be neat
and well rounded with five in front and four behind. Overall appearance is that of a cat with medium bone.
Females may be slightly smaller.

TailTail should be medium to long but in proportion to the
body. Tail should be flexible and tapering. Longer, tapering tail preferred.

Coat Dense, plush, medium-short, soft in texture, full of life.
Standing out from body due to density; not flat or closelying.
Coat texture may vary due to colour and/or regional or seasonal changes.
Withhold Challenge
Roach back, grossly cow hocked hind legs.

SCALE OF POINTS
Head: shape, muzzle, neck, chin, profile, 20 points
Eyes: shape, set and colour 15 points
Ears: shape and set 10 points
Body, Legs and Paws 25 points
Tail 10 points
Coat: texture and colour 20 points
—————
100 points
Reprinted 2007 III :40 (114)

A.C.F. STANDARDS IIII I:4I:0 a4 1 14a) Amended 2007
Colours and
patterns as for British Shorthairs, with the addition of the mink
pattern.
General Description Mink Pattern
The mature specimen should be rich, even, unmarked colour, shading almost
imperceptibly to a slightly lighter hue on the underparts. Allowance to be made
for lighter body colour in young cats. With dilute colours in particular,
development of full body colour may take up to 16 months. Cats do darken
with age, but there must be a distinct contrast between body colour and points.
Point colour (mask, ears, feet and tail) all densely marked, but merging gently
into body colour. Except in kittens, mask and ears should be connected by
tracings. Eye colour Aqua: depth, clarity, and brilliance of colour preferred.
Scottish Shorthair Mink colours
Brown Red Brown Tortie
Blue Cream Blue Tortie
Chocolate Caramel Chocolate Tortie
Lilac Apricot Lilac Tortie
Caramel Tortie
For colour descriptions refer to Tonkinese mink standards.
SCOTTISH LONGHAIR
The description is exactly the same as for the Scottish Shorthair with the
exception of:
Coat Medium to long hair length. Full coat on face and body
desirable but short hair permissible on face and legs.
Breeches, tail plumes, toe tufts, and ear furnishings should
be clearly visible with ruff being desirable.
Seriously penalise cottony coat, except in kittens

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SCOTTISH FOLD ( CFF)

Scale of points (see also General Preface)
Head & (15) The head is to be well-rounded and blended into a short neck. The cheeks are well-
Neck developed, with jowls in the male. The face is rounded with a firm chin and welldeveloped
whisker pads.
Ears (30) The ears are small and folded forward and downward at the top of the ear pocket. The small, tightly
folded (double-folded) ear is preferred to the larger, more loosely folded (single-fold) ear. Kittens
may have a slight fold, but in the mature cat, a definite fold line should be visible.
Eyes (5) The eyes are large, round, well-opened and separated by a broad nose. The overall appearance
should be of innocence or surprise.
Eye color (5) Eye color should conform to coat color. Allowance shuld be made for development of eye color up
to the age of 18 months.
Nose (5) The nose is short with a gentle curve. A brief stop is acceptable, but a definite break shall be
considered a fault.
Tail (10) The tail is medium to long in length, tapering slightly and ending in a modified blunt tip. The tail
should be flexible and in proprotion to the body.
Body (15) The overall appearnce should be that of a solid, well-proportioned cat, medium to large in size. The
body should be the same width from the shoulders to the hips. Thre should be no lack of mobility
due to abnormal shortening or coarseness of the leg joints.
Coat (10) The coat should be short, dense and resilient. A double coat shall be penalized. Any color or
Coat Color combination of colors and/or patterns is acceptable. A white locket, groin spot and white toes
&Markings are acceptable.
Condition (5) Hard and muscular with no indication of fat or emaciation. An appearance of good health and
vitality.
WITHHOLD Rigid tail, straight ears, and lack of mobility in legs.
NOTE CFF Rules of Registration allow the use of the American Shorthair, and the British Shorthair as
outcrosses for Scottish Folds. Do not penalize for difference in type as long as the cat meets the
above standard.

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уф.. я где-то переводила цфашный стандарт..
надо пошукать на моем многогигабайтном харде..


мы тоже переводили, но некоторые слова не определили...надо сесть еще проработать...давай может как-нибудь вместе?

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