Breeding? March 17, 2013May 25, 2012 by Michael Broad Share on X (Twitter) Share on Facebook Share on Email Share on Reddit Can you breed a red tabby Persian with a Bicolor Persian and still be CFA Registerable? Comments for breeding? Click here to add your own comments May 23, 2011 Can you breed a brown mackrel tabby female to a blue point himalyan and get CFA registerd? by: Byrd Both parents CFA registered. What possible colors would I get? Can’t find a chart for tabbies to be mated with a male blue point? Any help would be appreciated. email email@example.com Aug 10, 2009 Breeding Exotic to Persian by: Sioban Can you breed a CFA Reg. Persian to a CFA Reg. Exotic? If so what would the kittens be registered as? Would the short coats be considered Exotics? and the long coats Persians? Are they able to be shown? Thank you, Sioban Jan 04, 2008 Thanks Lorraine Shelton by: Anonymous Hi Lorraine Thanks a lot for such an authoritative and complete answer. I love to have that kind of contribution on this website.Regards Michael Admin Jan 04, 2008 Breeding… yes! by: Lorraine Shelton All the Persian (and Himalayan) colors and divisions may be bred together and registered in CFA. When Exotics are bred with Persians, only the shorthaired offspring may be shown in CFA, the longhaired offspring may be registered and bred to Exotics, but not shown.The only genetically possible colors from the crossing of various colors/divisions that can not be shown in CFA are chocolate and lilac smokes and silvers (chocolate and lilac smoke *calicos* may be shown, however), smoke/silver pointed Himalayans, and bicolor (with white spotting) Himalayans.TICA accepts all genetically possible Persian, Himalayan, and Exotic colors for show (including the cinnamon/fawn series) and allows the longhaired offspring of Exotics to be shown as well.–Lorraine Nov 13, 2007 Answer to registration question by: Anonymous “As long as both sire and dam are CFA registered as Persian, their registered colors would not disqualify kittens from being registered.”This comes from the horses mouth – thanks CFA… Nov 12, 2007 Crossing Persian Tabby with Persian Bicolor by: Michael Question: Can you breed a red tabby Persian with a Bicolor Persian and still be CFA Registerable?Answer: The answer is YES to the above question. A Bicolor is a either a solid or Tabby color with white. Mating tabby with Bicolor will probably result in a Bicolor with a Tabby pattern.The end result is still registrable with the CFA. Cats without white are also possible.Here is a useful link:Breed CFA – Profile: Persian- Bicolor DivisionHope this helps.Visit Cattery Yeri Shaes to see the best Traditional Persians anywhere. Please search using the search box at the top of the site. You are bound to find what you are looking for.