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Breeding Flatter Faced cats under Investigation

Do read the GCCF Standard of points when breeding British Shorthairs that can be considered too "typy" as in "too short nosed" or short nosed with very deep nose breaks in profile, as these types of cats can potentially be "Certificate Witheld " on by Judges but also the "flatter faced" breeds are under some scrutiny


The very extreme flatter faced cats are often referred to as BRACHYCEPHALIC breeds.


The British Shorthair and British Longhair, standards have been tightened robustly to highlight reduced nose leathers and noses being too short as very undesirable.


Check these standards out when breeding and looking to exhibit your cats in GCCF.


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