To me in that picture, it looks like a chocolate tan (tan being the pattern)... but the red eyes throws me off. I think more pictures would help us clear it up. It's really not a very good pic to tell the color - plus the greasy appearing hair makes it difficult too. I was going to say it's either wet or sickly and not cleaning itself.
Actually, Albino animals are NOT diluted. They carry two copies of the recessive color gene, or are c/c. Colored animals, which are dominant, MUST be C/c or C/C. Also, albino animals ARE STILL A COLOR underneath the color gene - meaning an animal could be a black albino - a/a c/c. (a denotes agouti, which is dominant to black - so lack of agouti gene means you get an animal without banding of the fur, IE, agouti. ) However, since the recessive form of the color gene REMOVES ALL COLOR from the animal, the animal will appear as a red eyed white animal. Modifications of the color gene create himilayans and siamese.
Alternately, there is the red eye dilution which simply removes BLACK colors from the coat. Giving either fawns, blue brindles, lilacs, argentes etc.
Argentes (Agouti + Red eye dilution. Results in a gold animal with a blue undercoat and red eyes; can be lighter or darker in shade):
Lilac (Black + Red eye Dilute. Results in a warm grey animal with red eyes.):