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My "ticked" Burmese/Siamese Project

Tag: breeding, burmese, siamese, ticked


Left: In my first litter of Colorpoints, I had a Spotted Burmese named Lemon. Lemon's coat was not a smooth even color. It always had a faint appearance of being ticked. At first I thought it was do to the presence of g in the line. Lemon was bred to a Siamese Male, Espresso. They had pups. None of their pups had the appearance of being ticked. I kept two spotted Burmese females.


Left:. Lemon Glaze had richer points, and I kept her to breed to another Siamese male (Quicksilver). Now do yo a little confusion on my part, and losing some infromation, there is a chance that Quicksilver is Lemon Glaze's older brother. When i put them togeather, I was pretty sure that Quicksilver came from the other CP line i had. In fact, I'm still unsure.
Lemon Glaze and QuickSilver have pups with very dark points.

In her last litter she has a Siamese and a Burmese. I kept both of them, and as they started to molt i could tell something interesting was happening.  The ticking that I had seen on her grandmother had reappeared on her granddaughter.

(same siamese as above)

Now that they are molting, you can see how strong the points are coming in. So on one hand I am darkening the points, and i am also creating a ticked appearance on the burmese and siamese coats.

I've decided that i am going to explore this a little more, see what happens when i breed the darkest to the darkest.