skewch - She does not look blue tabby point to me
When looking at tabby (lynx) point to determine colour you need to ignore most of the markings and look at the end of the tail and the M mark on the head. Her tail looks to be more brown in tone than black/blue.
Do you know her pedigree?
I would go out on a limb here and say she resembles a blue-based caramel tabby point more than a blue tabby point, but without knowing her ancestry that is just a wild stab in the dark! And of course my usual complaint - colours show up different in photos than in real life, and a photo viewed on my monitor may look different on your monitor, so I could be seeing a different colour than your cat looks in person!
tbh. Vets do not know what all the breeds and colours are. My OSH boys are on the vets computer as a blue self and lilac self Siamese because according to my vet OSH do not exist. So I would take their colour guesses with a pinch of salt