Color Point – One color darkening at the extremities (nose, ears, tail and paws)
Mitted – Same as pointed, but with white paws and abdomen. With or without a blaze (a white line or spot on the face), but must have a “belly stripe” (white stripe that runs from the chin to the genitals) and a white chin.
Bicolor — White legs, white inverted ‘V’ on the face, white abdomen and sometimes white patches on the back (Excessive amounts of white, or “high white,” on a bicolor is known as the Van pattern, although this doesn’t occur nearly as often as the other patterns).
Lynx - Having striping in the face and limbs
Tortie – Splotches of colors (calico) &
Torbie – Combination of tortie and lynx (spots and stripes)
Solid (Self -Colored) - Uniform body color (can come in all patterns)