Charcoal snows have the facial mask and cape of the charcoal pattern, however as they are lighter in colour than the Brown or Silver we can see the darker points on the ears and tail. As with the regular snow colours Charcoal snows come in Seal Lynx Point, Seal Mink and Seal Sepia.
An example of a Seal Lynx Point snow Charcoal (Apb/a, cs/cs). Bred by Silvia Hahner of WildlifeCats, photo courtesy of Silva Hahner. This is the lightest of the snow charcoals and as such the charcoal mask is most apparent. Notice also the darker colouration on the tips of ears and feet.
An example of a Seal Lynx Point double Charcoal carrier – AsuraCats Shiya (Apb/Apb). If you compare Shiya to the Lynx Point Charcoal kitten above you will notice that although she still possesses a mask it is lighter.
An example of a Seal Mink snow Charcoal (Apb/a, cs/cb) – MerryBoo Sahara of AsuraCats. Notice that although she still possesses a mask and cape, her colouration is different due to the snow influence.
An example of a Seal Sepia snow Charcoal (Apb/a, cb/cb) – Amazontw Coober. Owned by Tina Clarke of Andina Bengals, photo courtesy of Tina Clarke. Sepia is the darkest of the snow charcoals.