How is that exactly with these colors?
The Tica does not recognize this color and these cats cannot participate for championship at a show. When they are SBT they are allowed to participate in show and are also judged but in a different category. The Tica therefore clearly distinguishes the rights of a standard or non-standard color. Breeders should pass this information on to any kitten buyers.
Just like the standard colors, these cats are therefore entitled to a pedigree or pedigree certificate. The non standard colors are recessive, that is to say they do not have to be visible in the parent animals, but when present somewhere in the line there can always be one or more in a litter.
What exactly is a pedigree?
A pedigree simply indicates the pedigree and characteristics such as color and coat pattern of a cat.
By being removed from crossbreeds or less than 4 generations from the serval, is it not a purebred cat, so no SBT and will receive a pedigree certificate.
The conclusion is clear, the non-standard kittens have exactly the same pedigree as the BST kittens, their parents are not suddenly different. They are entitled to exactly the same pedigree, their ancestry is exactly the same.