REX OF HOGWARTS

 

 

Breed Standard of the Devon Rex No. 33a

Coat:

very short and fine, wavy, curly and soft, can have rippled effect. Some short guard hairs are acceptable. Whiskers and eyebrows crinkled, rather coarse and medium of length.

Body, legs and neck:

Body hard and muscular, slender and of medium length, broad chest, carried high on slim legs, with length of hind legs emphasized. Paws small and oval. Neck slender.

Head:

Wedge shaped with face full cheeked, short muzzle with strong chin and whisker break. Nose with well defined stop. Forehead curving back to a flat skull.

Ears:

Large, set low and wide apart, very wide at base, tapering to rounded tops and well covered with fine fur with or without ear muffs and tuffs.

Eyes:

Wide set, large, oval shaped and sloping towards outer edges of ears. Any colour acceptable.

Tail:

long, fine and tapering, well covered with short fur.

Colours:

All coat colours, patterns and colour combinations acceptable, including any white markings on any coat pattern.