A solid snow is a melanistic snow. These cats are genetically a/a and either cs/cs (lynx point) cs/cb (mink) or cb/cb (sepia) depending on which type of snow they are. The colouration is darker than that of a regular snow, with dark facial markings and dark points on the ears and tail.
An example of a Solid Lynx Point Snow (a/a, cs/cs) – bred by Jessika Meger of Wildrose Bengals, photo courtesy of Jessika Meger.
An example of a Solid Mink Snow (a/a, cs/cb) – Osiris Hisis of PurebengalsGB. Photo courtesy of Alison Brady of PureBengalsGB.
An example of a Solid Sepia Snow (a/a, cb/cb) – Cedarwood. Owned by Ines Stumboeck of Haaymaaks Bengals, photo courtesy of Ines Stumboeck.