Tick marks, darker than base, flecked around the Ixi's coat.
- Ticking should be darker than the base coat, and can have some variance in color.
- It should always present as small tick marks clustered together, whether in portions of the coat or covering the full body. It has no maximum and can cover the full body if desired. It has no minimum, but should be noticeable on the design.
- It is typically hard or lightly soft-edged.
- It can also cause barring at the limbs, tail, neck, and face - as seen on some cats, particularly the Singapura.
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