AFRMA

American Fancy Rat & Mouse Association

AFRMA Fancy Mice - Unstandardized

AFRMA Accepted Proposed Animals. These are in the process of being standardized in AFRMA.

For complete details of these Standards including points, faults, and disqualifications, please refer to the AFRMA Show Regulations & Standards book.

Note: The pictures on this page are not meant to be true representatives of the animal’s color. Because of differences in monitors (CRT/LCD) and how the monitor is adjusted, the colors may be different. Seeing in person is always best.

FRIZZLED - Coat 30, color 20
Frizzled mice may be shown in any recognized color or markings. The Frizzled coat is a dense coat that is tightly curled. The coat should be closely cropped to the skin. This coat closely resembles the soft side of velcro. The mouse should have curly whiskers.
Faults - sparse or thin hair or to appear hairless.

Genetics - fz

Note: Satin Frizzled do not have a noticeable satin sheen; can have thinner coats

[Accepted into Unstandardized February 9, 2008; removed from Accepted Proposed Unstd. December 1, 2012, and moved to Non-Recognized due to lack of entries.
Reintroduced January 29, 2022, by Linda von Hanneken and accepted back into Unstandardized.]

NOTE: a.k.a Fuzzy; Rex in the N.M.C.

Further Reading: Finnmouse page
Black Frizzled Mouse
Black Self Frizzled mouse owned and bred by Kelli Boka. Photo ©2008 Karen Robbins.

Chocolate Self Satin Frizzled Mouse
Chocolate Self Satin Frizzled owned and bred by Linda von Hanneken. Photo ©2022 Karen Robbins.

Seal Point Siamese Satin Frizzled Mouse
Seal Point Siamese Satin Frizzled owned and bred by Linda von Hanneken. She has had her whiskers chewed off (barbered). Photo ©2022 Karen Robbins.

For complete details of the Standards including points, faults, eliminations, and disqualifications, please refer to the AFRMA Show Regulations & Standards book.

Purchase the AFRMA Official Color Standards Mouse book.

Updated February 3, 2022