FIFe breedstandard of the German Rex.
The German Rex is recognised by FIFe in 1982.
Of medium length and strong and muscular, not massive or coarse. Strong rounded chest, straight back.
Rounded with good breath between the ears, well developed cheecks. Noseline has a slight indentation at the base. Strong chin.
Medium large, wide at the base, slightly rounded tips.
Medium in size and well opened. Set at a good distance from the nose.
Brilliant and harmonising with coat colour.
Medium length, rounded feet.
Medium length, substantial base tapering to a rounded tip.
Short and velvety, soft and very silky. Density varies from a thin, soft to a thick uppercoat, wavy or curly.
© Marianne Gerver 2014