SEAL SILVER SEPIA TABBY:

2016 - 2019 CFA Bengal Standard for SEAL SILVER MINK:

 

(Rosetted/Spotted, Marble, Charcoal):  Body color ranges from ivory to medium tan.  Tabby pattern cold brown.  Ivory or cream whisker pads and chin desirable.  Tail tip dark brownish black.  Underside of the base of the tail silver white.  Seal coloring will be colder and duller than in the non-silver sepia tabby.  Fur on ears can have a silvery gray cast.  Ears cold brown with lighter thumbprint in the center.  NOSE LEATHER:  Brick red.  PAW PADS:  Dark brown with rosy undertones.  EYE COLOR:  Gold to green.

Seal Silver Mink Tabby:

Breed Council Change Considerations:

NOTE:  Rose highlight indicates a "Strike-through" of wording in the Bengal Breed standard to be removed.  Gold highlight indicates an "underline" which is new wording being proposed to add in to the Bengal Standard.

1.  See "SEAL SILVER LYNX POINT" -  We are suggested we combine 3 color sections of Seal Silver Lynx Point, Seal Silver Mink and Seal Silver Sepia.

COMBINED WITHIN PROPOSAL #62 ON THE SEAL SILVER LYNX POINT WEBPAGE.  Ballot results:  41 yes, 28 no - 69 voters need 41 "yes" votes to pass.  Did not pass by 1 vote.

2.  If Proposal #62 doesn't pass, we need to add in tail tip color as it is currently not addressed.

TAIL TIP:   Dark Brown to Black.

Rationale:  Tail tip is not addressed.

 

PROPOSAL #65 on the proposed 2019 Ballot.  Ballot Results:  31 yes, 37 no - 68 voters needs 41 votes to pass.  Did not pass. 

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© 2019 by Teresa Seling -  licensed to the Bengal Breed Council until 4/30/21

Email:  seattlebengals@gmail.com

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