Definition :


A “shaded” coat falls between chinchilla and smoke (in which most of the hair is colored), with tipping covering approximately 1/3 the length of the hair and the rest white or light-colored. Shading may appear as darker coloring only on certain areas of the coat, as the hips in Colorpoints (Siamese, Himalayan, Birman). The tone of the coat varies gradually, as in the Burmese.

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