The Siamese cat is one of the first distinctly identified breeds of Asian cat. These cats were originated in Siam, which was later named as Thailand and was not exported until the late 19th century.
In 1878, U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife received one of these exotic felines as a gift.
The Siamese have contributed to the creation of several other breeds, including Himalayan, Burmese, Balinese and more.
Their point coloring isn’t the only distinguishing feature of Siamese Cats. Siamese cats have a distinct, wedge-shaped head with large, triangular ears. These cats have a long and slim physique, with longer back legs and a long thin tail. The stunning most feature of this cat is their deep blue eyes with almond-shaped and slightly slanted.
Coat: Short, fine, glossy
Siamese Cat Lifespan: 11 to 15 years
Siamese Cat Weight: Males weighing 11 to 15 pounds and females weighing 8 to 12 pounds
Siamese Cat Personality
The Siamese cats are highly intelligent, active, athletic, and loves to play. Keep this cat busy brain active with puzzle toys and his body exercised. Never leave them alone at home or else you will find that he has reprogrammed your DVR to record only nature shows or at the very least decided your toilet paper rolls and tissue boxes look better empty.
The Siamese cat if you look forward to spending time with and interacting with your cat. It is loyal and loving cat. In the right home lives for years.
Feeding & Grooming
Feeding: These cats’ triangular head and jaw mean they’re prone to swallowing dry cat food whole, rather than chewing it. Because chewing dry food aids in maintaining the teeth clean and reducing the buildup of plaque and tartar, it’s important to select cat food in size and shape that forces them to chew their food before swallowing.
Grooming: With a short and soft coat, you won’t notice as much grooming with a Siamese as you would with other breeds of cats. To maintain a healthy shine of coat, comb her weekly.