Snow shu: description and features
The description of the cats of the Snow Shu breed combines the features of all 3 breeds, from which cross the centipedes have occurred. As a result, American shorthair cats received snow shu fortress, and from the Siamese cats they got a rather long body.
In the photo: Snow Shu cat
Snow shu cats are strong and muscular. Snow shu has a wide chest and a long back, strong and fairly long legs. Paws are large, round, fingers tightly compressed. The tail is medium in length, thick at the base, but tapering towards the end.
Snow shu has a medium length neck, slightly rounded wedge-shaped head with high cheekbones. The nose is straight, at the base has a recess. The centipede has large mobile ears, wide at the base, pointed tips.
The eyes of cats snow shu large, round, bright blue.
Snow shu wool is shiny, short, fits snugly to the body, and is rather hard to the touch.
The color of the snow shu can be only blue point (blue marks) and force point (brown marks). All 4 feet are painted white. There are also white marks on the throat and muzzle.
Breeders do their best to fix the most desirable shape and size of white marks. It is preferable that the “socks” on the legs only reach the bend of the ankle (forelegs) and almost reach the hocks (hind legs).