BLACK BASED COLORS:
Black – aa: Extremely dark.
Chocolate – aabb: Warm Dark brown.
Coffee – aabbmm: Creamy tan color.
American Blue – aagg: Cool light blue-grey.
Russian Blue – aadd: Medium to dark grey-blue.
Mink – aamm: Medium grey-brown.
Beige – aarr: A tan-cream color. Not to dark.
Champagne – aapp: Light cream.
Platinum – aaggmm or aaggrr: Silver in color with a tint of blue.
Pearl – aammPepe: A very light grey-silver
SIAMESE BASED COLORS:
Albino – cc: White rat with pink Eyes
Himalayan – cc(h): A white body with a light color on is nose and bum.
Seal-Point Siamese – aac(h)c(h): an off white body with dark on the nose and bum.
Burmese – unsure: A Dark brown body with darker points on the nose and bum.
AGOUTI BASED COLORS:
Agouti – A/: This the color of the “wild rat”. Brown-yellow-red stands with a grey belly
Cinnamon – A/mm: Brown-cinnamon color. Almost agouti looking in color.
Fawn – A/rr: Orange in color
Blue Agouti – A/gg: Brown-blue color with belly being a little lighter
Amber – A/pp: light fawn color, with belly a little lighter but not white.
Cinnamon Pearl – A/mmPepe: Has three different colors in it but looks like a golden color over all.
Standard: Straight hair that is about medium in length.
Rex: Curly fur and whiskers are curly to.
Double Rex: Whiskers and fur are very curly. Fur is only is spots, and the rats is mostly bald
Hairless: Whiskers are short and there is no fur on the body. It’s the bald rat.
Velveteen: Soft wavy coat.
Satin: Soft and with some shine to the coat
Harley: Long haired rat. Thin and crazy hair.
EAR / BODY TYPE:
Standard Ear: Ears that appear on a wild rats. They stand perked up closer to the top of their head.
Dumbo Ear: Ears are larger and are set more to the side of their head.
Tailless: A rat with no tail.
Black eyes: Darkest in color
Red eyes: Ruby color and very Dark in color
Pink eyes: Light red color. Found in albino animals
Odd-eye: You will have one Black eye and one red or pink.
Berkshire: The whole Belly is White, and the white extends down the inside part of their legs and feet.
Irish: A small Triangle or small spot on the rat’s chest or belly
Hooded: Head and shoulders are covered in color, with a strip of color down the spine of their back. The rest of the body is white.
Variegated: A colored head with splashes of spots on the body and with a small head spot.
Dalmatian: Spots of color all over body.
Blaze: White nose, it could be triangle shaped or a strip.
Masked: Color that covers the eyes like a mask but body is white
Bareback: Color on the head and shoulders like the hooded marking, but the rest of the body is white.
Capped: A colored head but it should not go past the rat’s throat. Body is white.
Down under: strips or spots of coloring on the belly.
Essex: The color gradually gets lighter as you go down the rat. The spine of the rat is the darkest and the belly is white. A head spot is also present.
Note*- There is many more types of rats, but here is a start to help.