Cat Breed Is A Treasure
Even people who do not like cats have heard of the
Siamese cat breed. After all, these cats are
even characters in several popular mystery series, perhaps because the
curious nature and adventurous spirit of this cat breed makes it an
ideal detective's helper.
Siamese is an ancient breed, appearing sometime before the sixteen
hundreds in the country of Thailand, which at the time was known as
Siam. Several of these beautiful, graceful cats were brought to Great
Britain in the eighteen hundreds by the Britain's ambassador when he
returned home. By the nineteen fifties, the Siamese was one of
the most popular cat breeds in the world.
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Siamese cat colors
include: Seal Point, Chocolate Point, Blue Point, or Lilac Point.
The Siamese cat has a long, graceful body with a rectangular shape, a
wedge shaped head, large ears, a long, graceful tail, and long, thin
legs. This breed's eyes are large and almond shaped, with a striking
These cats have a short coat that comes in Seal Point, Chocolate Point,
Blue Point, or Lilac Point colors. Any other color variations of the
Siamese breed are considered to be a completely different breed, the
Since the Siamese is such a playful, affectionate
breed, these cats are not a good choice for people who spend a lot of
time away from home. A lonely and bored Siamese can get into more
trouble than the average cat and will probably spend much of the time
plotting an escape.
If you do decide to get one of these cats, you may want to add a second
kitten, as well. This will keep your cat from being quite so lonely
while you are gone, although both cats will still welcome you joyously
when you arrive home each evening.
The outgoing Siamese is a good choice for families
or retired people, since this breed soaks up attention like a sponge.
Your cat will follow family members from room to room, inspecting your
work and trying to help complete chores. When you sit down, he will be
right there with you, curling up on your lap or perching on your
shoulder. If you don't like a clingy cat, this breed may actually be a
bit too devoted for you to handle.
With the keen intelligence of the Siamese cat
breed, it is no surprise that these cats are highly trainable. However,
they also know their own minds, so they may opt not to perform on
You can easily teach your cat to fetch or come when he is called.
He will also make up his own games, such as hide and seek.
Ambushing unsuspecting family members and guests is another favorite.
Your cat will wait patiently atop a refrigerator or other high object
and then pounce on people passing by.
So, if you would like to own a very vocal, but attention loving cat,
then the Siamese may be the ideal breed for you.