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Thick Medium Semi-foreign, medium More foreign Tubular
Note:  As the body gets deeper, so the length appears shorter and the legs also tend to shorten; as the body becomes more foreign, so it tends to lengthen as well.
 
Registering Organization Points Description
ACFA 5
Shape/Size
Body: Fine boned, long, svelte and graceful. Appears heavier in repose due to supple skin and lie of thick coat. Muscular in the manner of a swimmer rather than that of a wrestler.
CCA 5
Body
The body is fine-boned, long and graceful.  It appears heavier in repose due to a supple skin and the lay of the thick coat.  Russian Blues are muscular in the manner of a swimmer, rather than that of a wrestler.
CFA 20
Body Type
Body: Fine boned, long, firm, and muscular; lithe and graceful in outline and carriage without being tubular in appearance.
FIFe 30
Body
Body: Long body, medium bone structure, but graceful in outline and carriage. 
Faults:        Body: Cobby or thick set      General: Siamese type
GCCF 20
Body,Legs,Tail
Body Long and graceful in outline and carriage. Medium strong bone, well muscled. Cobby or heavy build undesirable. The females may be slightly smaller than the males but should also be well muscled.  Faults:  Oriental type. Cobby or British type.
TICA 15
Torso
Torso:  Foreign  Size:  Males proportionately larger than females. Boning:  Fine. Note:  Cat will appear chunkier due to density of coat.  Fine bones do not mean a small cat.  Length: Long.