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    Hidden Springs SiameseAdvertising with us for 22 yr(s)!

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    Kittens Available Now! Classic & Wedge Siamese. CFA-registered. All colors. Very clean. Home-raised with lots of love. Well-socialized, extremely friendly & make great pets. We also take Reservations! NO SHIPPING! Siamese Kittens For Sale in PA US


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    Siamese Kittens for Sale


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    Breeder Name: Lynne Signorino
    (610) 265-1568 (Phone)

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    Indigo Cats of PAAdvertising with us for 4 yr(s)!

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    CFA, CFF & TICA registered. Indigo Cats strives for excellence. Therefore, we breed for health, temperament, and beauty. Our gorgeous Siamese and Balinese cats come from proven, genetically sound lines. Our cats and kittens are raised in our home with lots of tender loving care, as members of our family. Siamese Kittens For Sale in Boyertown, PA US


    Date Born: 11/14/2018
    Date Available: 02/14/2019
    Deposit: $350.00
    Show Potential: Yes

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    Kittens come dewormed and first 2 vaccinations, with plenty of love and attention. Available at 12 weeks of age


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    Breeder Name: Lisa Catagnus-Hiryak
    (610) 858-9543

    Breeder Name: Lisa Catagnus-Hiryak
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    Imperial Star kittens have it all! Personality+beauty=fun. Seal, blue, lilac, chocolate, chocolate lynx and flame point litters 4 litters to choose from CFA registered written guarantee vaccinations wormed litter trained. imperialstar@juno.com Siamese Kittens For Sale in Philadelphia, PA US


    Champion Bloodline: Yes
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    Siamese Adults available for adoption

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    Shots and worming up-to-date. Shipping Available. Full Written Health Guarantee. Genetic replacement guarantee within first year.


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    Breeder Name: Ellen Russeck
    (610) 353-7717

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    Beautiful traditional, applehead Balinese kittens in solid and Lynx points in all four colors. Gorgeous blue eyes! Our cuddly and affectionate kittens are raised underfoot with lots of love. Siamese Kittens For Sale in CA US. Also has Balinese.


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    Breeder Name: Lisa Neusse
    (949) 910-6382

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    Fleckenstein Siamese CatteryAdvertising with us for 10 yr(s)!

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    Traditional Siamese Kittens, hand raised, with children. $750. Seal and Lilac Points. Registered w/ CFF, ACA. Pets only. Skype and Shipping Available. See photos at http://www.facebook.com/FleckensteinSiameseCattery Siamese Kittens For Sale in Burlington, KY US


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    Siamese Kittens for Sale


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    Breeder Name: Shanon
    (859) 653-3468

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What you Need to Know about the Siamese

Siamese Kittens For Sale

The elegant, graceful and sublime Siamese is one of the most clearly recognizable breeds of Oriental cat. The tales about their origins are many, murky and mostly made up, but they were most probably born in Thailand, then known as Siam, where they are called "Wichian Mat," which translates to "Moon Diamond." 

As you clearly agree, otherwise why be here, the Siamese is one of the most beautiful and popular breeds of cat. And in Europe and North America they consistently rank among the top ten.

It's not just their looks but their conversational skills and intelligence which make them very sought after.

But let's delve a little deeper so you can know a bit more before you decide whether to choose a Siamese kitten for your home... 

 

Feline History. Where does the Siamese come from?

The Siamese is present in the renowned "Tamra Maew" (a series of cat poems that are very famous, unless you have never heard about them), written hundreds of years ago. 

Early myths said that they held off evil spirits and brought good luck to their owners. So if you want to keep the mother in law away, this may be the cat for you!

The Siamese first appeared outside of native Thailand in 1878, and in Britain they gained a big following.

Eventually, two distinct types of Siamese developed: the "modern show cat," and the "traditional cat". The International Cat Association, now accepts both the modern Siamese, as well as the older breed called "Thai" where the cats have a less extreme body type. 

 

Appearance Matters. What does a Siamese look like?

The traditional Siamese has a graceful yet well built body, with elongated high legs, and a wedge shaped head, with lovely rounded cheeks. It has bigger ears than the average cat, but not rabbit sized either! 

Perhaps most striking of all is the vivid and vivacious blue eyes, with the full, almond shape.

The modern Siamese has the same stunning eyes, but it is slimmer and more elegant, while still muscular. The fur is on the shorter side, and fine, soft and glossy. There is no undercoat. 

These is no such thing as a long haired Siamese, that would be the Balinese you are thinking of.

 

What colors do the Siamese come in?

The Siamese is very distinguishable by its pointed color scheme.

Born pure white or cream, the Siamese kitten is a perfect snowball. But over the first few months, they develop their ‘points’, or in layman's terms, a darker color on their tails and legs, while retaining the light color on the rest of their body.

There is a veritable variety of point colors, all wonderful, and these are the main ones...

  • Seal 
  • Blue
  • Chocolate
  • Lilac
  • Flame
  • Lynx
  • Tortoise Shell

 

The Seal Point, Flame Point and Lilac Point Siamese are amongst the most popular. So don’t be surprised if you see a lot of those out there. 

But U.S cat lovers, ready to show your cats, be warned. Only the first 4 colors are generally accepted!

 

It's all Personal. The Siamese Character

Are Siamese cats aggressive?

This is a question that gets asked a lot! It seems like people do think the Siamese is mean!

In reality the answer is NO, a Siamese is not particularly aggressive. 

But they can be domineering and demanding of attention. This is partly due to their outgoing, active nature. And it can make them a bit boisterous. 

So if you are looking for a laidback, lazy kitty, you might want to look elsewhere. 

 

Are Siamese cats affectionate?

The Siamese cat is an ‘in your face’ style of cat. They bond very closely with their human, and want to be by their side a lot. Often they attach themselves to one person. So for someone living by themselves they are an ideal choice.

While more on the playful side than the cuddly, most Siamese cats are affectionate, and will like to snuggle with you.

 

Is the Siamese a good family cat?

While we said above that the Siamese is ideal for a 1 person home, conversely they are also grand family cats. 

They have a high demand for attention, which can be better alleviated with multiple family members, including children who can match their playfulness. 

They are a spirited, fun loving breed, often dog-like in nature, and a busy family can really suit their active nature. 

 

Do Siamese cats make a lot of noises?

Want a cat with character, that keeps you entertained with its funny sounds, then you really have been looking for a Siamese!

This is very much a vividly vocal feline. They have a loud, low pitched voice, that their fanciers just love, though perhaps not all would agree. They are persistent kitties, and will talk your ear off when they want your attention! 

 

Caring for your Siamese

Are Siamese cats easy to train?

The Siamese has that rare combination of brains and beauty! They can be very bouncy and active, but usually learn quickly, and come when called. 

If you are wary of getting a cat because of toilet issues, then the Siamese would be a good choice, as they are often quick and clever at learning to go potty in their tray.

 

Are Siamese cats high maintenance?

We have said previously that this breed does demand your attention, especially wanting to play with you a lot. But that's hardly a bad thing right?!

And apart from that, the Siamese is not particularly high maintenance, and when it comes to grooming is actually undemanding if anything. A weekly brushing routine is fine to keep their coat nice and healthy. 

 

Can Siamese cats be left alone?

Being a very curious, and easily bored breed, the Siamese is not a cat for being lonesome.

If you are a workaholic, out all day, you can expect your Siamese to play with anything they can get hold of. And the resulting destruction of said items that follows!

In all seriousness, this is a cat that needs to be pampered, and will be pleased to get as much attention as possible.  

 

The Health and Happiness of your Siamese kitty

What diseases are Siamese cats prone to?

While a healthy breed in general there are a few health issues any responsible cat owner should be aware of.

Mammary tumors and stomach issues are slightly more common in the Siamese than in other breeds. But otherwise they are not particularly prone to troubles.

Looking at us humans, the Siamese is a better breed for those poor souls that suffer from allergies. While not hypoallergenic, the Siamese produces less of the protein that causes allergies in some humans.

 

How many years do Siamese cats live?

While anywhere up to 20 years is possible for the Siamese, around 12 to 13 is more typical. Which still gives you more than a decade of happiness with this fun, happy, loyal and beautiful breed of cat.

Are Siamese cats friendly?

The Siamese is extremely friendly! They are very loving companions, human orientated and love to ‘talk’ to people. They sometimes bond to one person, but often to the whole family. They require more interaction, cuddles and play than most cats. They can be grumpy with other cats

Can Siamese cats be left alone?

The Siamese is very much a companion cat. They are a fairly high maintenance cat that requires a lot of time and attention from you. Their frequent meowing is a sign of their need for contact. So the Siamese is not ideally suited to a home where they are alone all day, every day.

Why do Siamese Cats look so different?

The Siamese cat of today is very different from its origins. They have been carefully refined, and have developed a more ‘extreme look’. So the strong blue, oval shaped eyes, triangular head shape, and long body is very much a modern look.