Step 15: Draw a series of short strokes along the bottom edge of the initial circle for the fuzzy chin. On either side of the nose, above the mouth, draw a few rows of dots for the bases of the British shorthair's whiskers. Add a few short strokes between the eyes and the nose for the bridge of the cat's nose.
Step 16: Darken the triangular shape on the top, left side for the British shorthair's first ear. Add a series of strokes within the shape for the fur found inside the ear. Darken the triangular shape on the right side to create the cat's other ear. Draw a series of strokes along the bottom and inside the shape for the fur.
Step 17: Darken the top part of the initial circle but make it a bit flatter for the head. Follow the basic path of the initial circle to draw the shape of the British shorthair's head. Use a series of short strokes to create the furry edges of the head. Make the shape of the head a little bit wider than the original circle guide. Add a series of short strokes inside the head for more detail on the fur. These strokes also emphasize the shape and structure of the cat's head.
Step 18: Use the shape under the torso, on the left side, as a guide to draw the British shorthair's first front leg. Use a series of short strokes along the outer edges of the guide to create the shape of the leg and paw. Make the shape of the cat's paw rounder and add a couple of lines inside to separate the toes. Within each toe, draw a shorter line to indicate where the claws come out.
Step 19: Use the shapes to the right as guides to draw the other front leg the same way. Use short strokes along the outer edges of the guides to create the shape of the leg and paw. Inside the paw, draw a series of short lines to indicate the cat's toes and the claws.