Originally Posted by CyberKitten
A Siamese cannot be completely white with no points. That just does not occur. Siamese are IDed by their points and their blue eyes, amg other characteristics.
Cyberkitten, according to:http://www.messybeast.com/breeds.htm
You will see listed the definition of an "Albino Siamese", and that it is experimental and factual as to occuring.(Experimental meaning: Early stages of development. Some have preliminary or provisional recognition, but others do not seek or achieve registry recognition)Albino Siamese: Completely white Siamese type cat with bluish pink eyes (true "pink eyes" seem to be impossible due to the physical structure of a cat's eyes). This is true albinism (unpigmented eyes) as opposed to ordinary white colour.
Therefore, there are Albino Siamese, but I am not sure it is an acceptable standard by CFA or other associations. For you to say that a Siamese cannot be completely white with no points is false to the board without research.
I do not mean to be harsh or to offend; however, in the Market Place under my contest I have listed, you also stated several things about my contest that were derrogitory without first even researching the entire site, and I had to ask your post be removed.
It would be nice if you would please do research before having your opinion seem actually factual.