Tabby cat-like stripes all over the Ixi's body. Can take various different shapes.
Domestic Rixixi can use Tabby as a free marking, but it won't show in their genotype, and passes from Domestics to other subspecies at a recessive rate even if it's not visible.
- Tabby must be darker than the base coat. It may have a gradient, but it must be within a similar hue, not heavily two-toned.
- It is typically hard- or textured-edged. It should not be blended out, but can be somewhat soft-edged.
- It has no maximum and can cover the full body if desired. It has no minimum, but should be noticeable on the design.
- Tabby Point and Spotted Tabby are okay to use!
- If using a Spotted Tabby pattern, to look like a variant of tabby rather than other markings, make sure to include some solid unbroken stripes, and have your broken/spotted stripes lined up in noticeable stripe patterns!
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