It is a semicobby cat. The ideal cat is of medium build-big, but not squat. On the contrary, despite having a large chest, pronounced cheeks, strong and massive bone structure is an agile cat, lithe and elegant. His skin is blue.
Wide base, skull developed, but not curved with a narrow space between cheeks and ears that give the head a trapezoid shape, broad and straight nose, chin short.
Shiny, thick and woolly as that of otters. Accepted all shades but prefer lighter ones. Fundamental color uniformity, no differences in tone with rich fur. The texture should be soft, smooth, with no dark shadows.
Of medium length, proportionate to the general structure, slightly rounded at the tip and the same color of the body.
Big, open, lively, with the outside corner a bit 'turned on the in. The color of the irises must be from dark yellow to copper without any trace of green.
The male reaches sexual maturity pretty late, around 2-3 years and the female comes to physical excellence top not before 2 years of age. The male is larger and more robust and cheeks very pronounced and the "bajoues" characteristics; smaller than the female with tighter and few cheeks chest but still, always with a muscular structure. They are both very balanced and independent with small differences, the male typically is more tolerant and good-natured, and the female is more shy and reserved.
Standard FIFé - Standard CFA - Standard TICA
The Chartreux requires a minimum grooming because it has an exceptional nature fur. It is advisable to comb it once a week and on moulting periods 2 or 3 times a week to remove the dead hair.