Siamese Features



The earliest record of the Siamese cat is a manuscript from 1350, which describes a cat with a white body and black face, tail, feet and ears. The Siamese cat was exported from Thailand to the rest of the world in the late 19th century when Thailand was known as Siam. 

Physiological characteristics

The Siamese cat has a long tubular body, long legs and a finely pointed tail. The face is long and triangular and has large triangular ears. Siamese cats have distinctive almond-shaped, dark blue eyes that are tilted upwards. They have a long, straight nose.

The Siamese cat's coat is short, shiny, smooth and close to the body.

The Siamese cat was initially only available in seal, but later blue, chocolate and light purple were also accepted for the event. In the 1970s, the tiger-spotted, red and cream-spotted Siamese appeared, and around the 1990s the silver tiger-spotted and smoky-spotted appeared.

Personality traits

Siamese cats are great pets for owners who need lots of interaction and activity. They get along well with other pets and children. They are friendly, loyal, clingy and very much in need of human attention. They are playful, very purring and require a lot of time and effort to care for them.

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