Siamese Cat Facts

The History of Siamese Cats

It is believed though it is not exactly known that this breed of cats is descendant of the sacred temple cats in Siam now called Thailand. They were called “Moon diamond” in Siam. Legend has it that they keep away evil spirits and bring good luck to their owners and was often seen around in temples and Royal households. They made their appearance in the United States in 1878 when a gift of “Siam” from the American Consul in Bangkok was made to the American President. In 1884 a breeding pair of Siamese cats was brought to the UK by the British Consul-General in Bangkok as a gift for his sister. The breed of cat then soon spread to other parts of Europe and Asia.

Types of Siamese Cats

Siamese cats are of two types. The traditional Siamese cat is apple headed and has a robust, compact body, while the modern Siamese cat has a more triangular shaped head and has a lithe and slender body.

Physical attributes of the Siamese Cats 

Siamese Cat

This breed of cat is the most popular of all the short haired cats, and is made distinctive by its long, slender body and triangular face. They also tend to have blue eyes and an unusual coat pattern. Their coat tends to become lighter around their neck and body but then darkens on the points of the cat, which are the ears, face, paws and tail.

When Siamese cats are born, they are only black and white. As they grow older, their coat color changes into the dark and light regions. Most Siamese cats are usually black due to a specific gene, and only the points appear in a different color. The points of this breed of cats comes in several colors, such as the blue point, the chocolate point, the seal point, the lilac point, the tabby point and the fawn point.

Siamese Cats – The cats with the most personality

Siamese cats are very temperamental and have outgoing personalities. They are the most social and friendly of all cat breeds. They are very talented at communication with humans. If you are looking for a quiet cat, then Siamese cats are not the way to go. They are extremely vocal and express themselves using their voices. While being affectionate their voices are easy on the ears but when feeling neglected they become quite loud.

Siamese Kittens

Siamese Cat and Kitten

Most Siamese cats are very playful and active. They are strangely curious and can be very intelligent. They get easily bored and therefore you should not leave them alone for significant periods of time because they will likely snooping around the house in search of something to play with. Pamper them with affection and lots of attention and they will be happy for your company. Their constant need for attention and admiration makes them great pets for a household with many people or with children.

Caring for a Siamese Cat

The only maintenance these breed of cats require physically is that they need to be bathed from time to time and their coats need to be brushed at least twice a month. Gentle brushing is sufficient as their hair is not very long. Siamese cats can live to be fifteen or twenty years old if they are well taken care of.

The History of Siamese Cats | Types of Siamese Cats | Physical attributes of the Siamese Cats | Siamese Cats – The cats with the most personality | Caring for a Siamese Cat

402 Responses to Siamese Cat Facts

  • Jake says:

    i have a short-tailed siamese kitten!

  • Cole says:

    I have a cat we found in June, well he really adopted us. He was on the streets and he had a bad sinus infection so we took him in. Not knowing his story we found out he was abandoned 2 times and left to fend for himself. He tried to run into peoples house on a really active street and even in a store. So my mother saw him and gave him water when she left the store from buying food. I guess he followed her because he was on our back porch. My brothers said he appeared out of no wear, So he named him Houdini after the man who did magic. Houdini the cat was maybe 6 months old when we found him we think his birthday is around now so we are putting it on valentines day, because he is very loving. My question is when we went to a vet they said he looks like he is siamese and snowshoe mix maybe more snowshoe. Is there a site where his picture could be seen to figure this out. People say he thinks hes human wont drink from a bowl only a cup, sounds like he says hello, mama, yes, no, i love you, Cole which is my name it sound like he say my name but it gets clearer with time. people think its the cutest thing. He is also very active loves to play and if you don’t he will let you know by tagging your feet with his paw, though he leaves his nails in. I know he hates to be left alone if i go in another room and hes sleeping, he will wake up and try to see where i am and fall back to sleep next to me. I know i don’t know his story but when we first found him he was scared of everything the sound of the tv, the remote, shoes, wires, phones, and even if you wear a jacket and hold him he would be fin till he saw the jacket. Know he is playful doesn’t hide under the coach, loves to clime, likes to eat when we eat, he does play fetch like a dog, and he loves his toys. He likes meeting new people and will watch me or my mom come in the house if we were gone for a little bit he gives kisses and hugs. Though if you can help me figure out his breed it will be helpful i know two people who work with cats said siamese and snowshoe mix. Its not serious to know i love him anyway i just want to contact my local town to figure out a way to stop people from just dumping cats off he was the 9th one we found a home for in 5 years. we are going to keep him but in the past there was a pure black maine coon with 6 toes and 7 on another foot with sky blue eyes, and a egyptian mau who was 2 who was left with her friend another cat who was 6 months old. And a ornate cat left in the middle of winter the family took the young one but not him cause he was older. As well as a time last year with a long haired calico female 16 the vet thinks probably older who was abandoned and she had kidney failure she wasn’t going to make it though we tried so, we want possibly a breed to go with the cats pic if not the personalty will to get something more strict to stop people from abandoning there cats because there ill or don’t want them, please e-mail me if you might be able to figure the breed out at because 3 were to hurt and sick to save so please can you help thanks, Cole and Houdini the Cat

  • Eleanor says:

    I have a siamese male that we got in 2011 I love him so much his name is Oliver he was white when we got him now he is just about brown with a tan neck. he is very playful and makes a to out of anything that he finds on the floor to play with.

    What I am puzzled about is why he meows every morning waking everyone in the house.

    • s.lynn says:

      I think that’s a cat thing ;-) mine have done it so much my parrot now associates morning as treat time by hearing the kitties meow, so she meows every morning! ( and expects a treat with her meow)

  • Luana says:

    I have a Siamese cat , his name is David . He was in the street, when he adopted my family . He is very special because he love classical music . When i play the piano he sit next to me and listen the music . One day he went up on the piano and he played some notes of Ninth Symphony of Beethoven . David is a very intelligent cat !!!

  • Jennifer says:

    We have what appears to be a Siamese kitten. We had saved a pregnant stray cat from song baseball field and she gave birth that night. At first he was all white but grew into his colors. He has the same personality and characteristics. His meow is so cute when he wants attention~ But if you don’t give him what he wants his meow is scary and mean sounding, almost lake a dog! This was help full, and now I’m almost positive he is half Siamese! Thank you.

  • Whitney says:

    I currently have 2 siamese cats. Mystic is our female seal point and Max is our chocolate point siamese! I love them so much!

  • Amie Meeks says:

    I have a question about my Kitty Draco (half flame point/half domestic shorthair) Ok so I noticed when my furbaby is super happy rolling all over the place purring up a storm his ears and around his eyes go super pink almost red. Is this normal or should I be concerned he doesn’t show any discomfort at all.

  • Megan says:

    The strangest thing happened. My cat of whom I had had for many years got pregnant. Her first litter. She was a perpetual mut. Your average domestic cat that you could fine at you local animal shelter. She was solid black, not one spot of another color on her. The day I found where she had hidden her kittens I could not believe my eyes, there staring up at me was a solid black, colored striped, and solid white cat with the bluest eyes you have ever seen. The older the kittens have grown, the only one who has changed was the white on Sidney. All of my friends begged me to give her to them but I said they couldn’t catch her. She wouldn’t come to anyone. Well everyone kept saying ” She’s siamese, seriously she is”. And I insisted that she wasn’t, she was a mut, I knew her mother and there are no siamese cats in my neighborhood. Finally, yesterday I looked up siamese cats on-line. Sure enough she looks exactly EXACTLY like the white and brown siamese cats. She is incredibly shy, and will only let my boyfriend and I touch her. She loves to play, and loves to hide and explore every inch of my house. There is really no point to this comment and I don’t have any questions. I just thought I would share my story. Of getting the prettiest cat in the world from a litter of average ordinary cats. I’ve never seen a cat more beautiful than the white with brown feet, tail, ears and face. Beautiful fading and sort of striped down her back, and eyes as blue as the sky on a summer day…..

  • Shirley says:

    I have a Siamese 2 yr old she is a good cat the only thing is that she will not stop bitinng and scratching us. Does anyone have a suggestion? Please I don’t want to get rid of her. You can e-mail me at shirley_mitchell45 thank you.

  • nikos says:

    Yes I also have had Siamese since 1982. They are perfect companions and do get attached to their family. A few days ago I lost my female Siamese at the age of 17 years and my family and I, feel emptiness. Their presence in your house will leave their mark in every ones heart. They have the ability to satisfy each individuals need, in response to your love. I hope I will find a new Siamese kitten as soon as possible. It’is only the third day since I lost my Siamese, and it feels like years, the time for me has stopped and my pain gets worse……..

  • Hannah says:

    cats are awesome.

  • Gabrielle says:

    I bought my siamese from a good breeder; have friends that have 2 from the same breeder and I was overwhelmed by how wonderful they are.

    When he was a kitten he was a little shy, but easily played when I dangled things, slept with me and even adopted the harness with unexpected ease and I would take him for walks whenever he jumped onto the washing machine and meowed, which was often (though the ONLY times he ever meowed).

    Somewhere around 5 months he just started to withdraw from playtime; all he does is just stare at things either new or tried and true and won’t interact. I’ve tried everything; we have 2 older shorthairs that were not at all aggressive but just not interested in his companionship. He does hop up on my husband’s lap for “his massage” which consists of a sort of slapping on the hips which he obviously loves as he holds his tail high and closes his eyes with pleasure, something that he very rarely does any other time. It’s clear that he prefers my husband, but to say he is outwardly affectionate or expressive of anything would only be to describe another cat. I admit I did feel a little sad, but mostly I’ve just been concerned with his well-being.

    At about 10 months I just didn’t know what to do, so I threw all caution to the wind and got a rescue kitten (female). Well, he was immediately taken with her, and they do get along and play together and sleep together, which pleases me immensely, tho I must say that she is always the instigator. It just kinda appears that he never has a thought in his head which he decides to act upon for himself. This morning, for instance, he did spot that the breeze from the furnace was making some strands from a cat toy wave slightly. He studied it for a little while, held a paw up to it maybe twice, and then just walked away to his place to lie down. This is what would constitute a very exciting and unusual event for him.

    The vet says he is physically healthy – now that he does get up and play with our girl I can finally believe it, and so I’ve hesitated to run more bloodwork (I’ve had thousands of dollars in vet bills over his first year, not including neutering), which maybe I will still pursue in the next few months.

    The questions are:
    1. Is this the result of inbreeding, as one of the vet technicians has suggested, giving him ‘a bad connection’ in his brain?
    2. Could he be – as he appears – autistic?
    3. What more can I do to foster his well-being and affection?

    I have had many many cats and have resolved many many behavioural idiosyncracies, but this – in my “dream cat” that I waited so long for – has left me stumped.

    P.S. Feliway, which does relax my senior males from feeling grumpy, does not have a corresponding effect in my siamese, even though he is – not nervous exactly, not high strung – but “tense”. Everyone gets alone exceptionally well, but I still fret about my blue-eyed boy. Thank you so much for reading and your input!

  • John says:

    Our precious little friend Monty died of kidney failure a couple of months ago – he was about 11 years old. We are now going to get another Siamese and are just soooo exited about it. A house is just a pile of bricks, but when it has a cat, it becomes a home !

  • Me says:

    I had a cat that was part Siamese when I was younger. Sweetest thing she was. She would always walk me to school and pick me up from school (she was an indoor outdoor cat in a small town where everyone knew her) and one day this guy came walking down the side walk and she got between me and him, did the halloween attack stance while walking and hissed the whole time. She would tuck me in at night. Sadly we moved and before the move she ran off taking a doll blanket I use to lay over her at night and in my mind, and apparently hers, the blanket was hers.

  • Sam says:

    My cat, Bella has a kitten who she fights with. The kitten is smaller, but is still pretty close in size. Bella now growls, hisses, attacks, ect. when Bill the kitten just walks by. PLEASE HELP! I NEED ADVICE!

  • Kancreshia'leque says:

    My Cat breaf stank like boo boo and she be talking all the time. Sometimes I try to talk to her she just be talking back like she know enlish and her breaf be stankin up a storm. She had her period on my bed yesterday and it smell nice, I think she mad at me cause i took a doo doo in her little box. Next time I see her I’ma wile out and cuss her out.

  • Alicia says:

    I have a siamese cat just like this one
    Her name is Nightbreeze. Shes the best thing EVER! I love her!

  • Ann says:

    I have one Named Jackers and we had three others before him and they where all protective. When my son was born we had our cat Sammy. He would sleep right next to my sons crib and if he didn’t want you touching my son he would hiss at you. then the dog would growl. So my son as a baby had two body guards. I had other types of cats and love them all but where not as Protective as the Siamese!

  • mike says:

    i always thought that these kind of cats are fighting cats and more mean i think that you guys heard your story wrong anyways i have 1 modern Siamese kind of cat and she is very mean at times, what would you call my cat that is
    Turkish-band & Siamese he is black-white with a chin dot and he has the apple-head look his dad has a apple-head his mom was a big cat tall and big Turkish-bands are good cats

  • mike says:

    see why i don’t let my cat outside anymore because theirs to many other people out their to still my cat if i let my cat outside

    • samantha says:

      I had a cat once named Max. He was a himalyan cat.He got outside all the time and one day he came home and i opened the door and he was bloody.I went to the vets and they said he had dog bites in him. The dog size is about pitbulls they say. He was such a great cat like mine so sweet and loving.

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  • Dakota says:

    I have a 13mth old Chocolate point Siamese called Pyewacket (I was watching Bell Book & Candle when my best friend suprised me with him… He is a spititng image of the cat from the movie) he is a very affectionate and playful cat and very much a clown when he wants to play… I have noticed (I dont know if it comes from growing up around a German Sheperd and a French Bulldog) that when someone comes to my door he gets very aggitated he hops up on the top of the bookcase next to my front door as i go to open it… they are an amazing cat! although my best mate he cant come anywhere near me when i have ‘Pye’ on me (he likes to travel on my shoulders or lay around the back of my neck like a scarf! I would recommend a siamese to anyone that wanted a cat!! However does anyone else find they arent very good with children?? My cousin has a 8mth old baby that he is fine with very gentle but anything bigger then a baby he tends to be aggressive towards… (most of my friends have kids already – im 21) and they are always visiting and i dont want a kid getting scratched…. Sorry rambling!!

  • samantha says:

    This advise is great because i have a siamese cat at home and he is a traditional siamese.He has most features you told me about.your website is great for people because all of it is true.


  • Ronichia says:

    I simply love my 9yr old Renni. She’s the cutest and the most energetic lovable thing. I share your sentiments guys :) I want my baby to live for ever I cant picture my life without her. I dont even want to think how life would be without her :(

  • Ashley says:

    I just “inherited” a snow tiger siamese kitten…….that literally ran pass my boxer puppy and into my house as I was letting the puppy into the yard. Ironically so…… boxer’s name is Suki, just like a number of siamese cats on this site. I came on here wondering how I can train my new siamese kitten, Tegan…NOT to vocalize so early in the morning……even though I know that is a major breed disposition: “talking”. Does anyone have any advice? It would be greatly appreciated

  • Jordan says:

    Hey, everyone,

    I discovered this website a few hours ago kind of on a whim; I decided to google the Siamese cat to see if there was anything about them that I didn’t know. I’ve pretty much been raised with Siamese cats, having only had a few cats that weren’t Siameses. Only recently though have I had a Siamese cat that was exclusively mine. I found him on Craigslist, he’s the traditional Siamese rather than the modern one. From what I’ve been able to gather, he’s about a year old, I just got him in January of this year. I named him Felan, and so far, despite the fact that I wasn’t the first person he “bonded” with, since I’m assuming he was a house cat before I got him, our bond is truly amazing, especially after having only had him about three months. For the time being, I live in a studio basement apartment below my parent’s. He usually sleeps at my feet 9 times out of 10, and in the mornings, I’ll bring him upstairs to play with my parent’s cats for a few hours. Anyway, whenever I come upstairs in the afternoon, to watch TV, eat, or just to spend time with my parents, Felan always hops up on the footrest of the recliner I sit in, it’s almost as if he’s guarding me. I’ve been totally blind all my life, and it’s almost as if he realizes that. Normally, he doesn’t like to be petted or loved on much by anyone, only on his own terms, which is pretty few and far between. With me however, he never seems to have a problem with it. Has anyone else on here ever experienced such a thing, your cat seeming to know if something or someone was different, AKA, a blind friend or relative, a handicapped child, anything like that? I’d be interested to know. Sorry for the extremely long windedness of this post, I hope there isn’t a character limit. Thanks so much for reading, thanks for making such an awesome site, and for allowing it to be accessible for screen readers! Long live Siamese kitties!

  • Jordan says:

    Hey, everyone,

    I’ve only had my Siamese for about three months now; I found him on Craigslist. Despite the fact that I haven’t had him for very long, I think our bond is truly amazing, since I’m probably not the first owner he’s actually “bonded with”, since from what I can gather he’s about a year old. The lady I got him from found him at her front door one day, just wandering around, and she said that he was cold and skinny. I took him home, fed and fattened him up, and he’s seriously the sweetest, most loving cat I’ve ever had the pleasure of having or being around. I’ve pretty much been around Siamese cats all my life, but Felan, which is what I ended up calling the Siamese cat I have now, is the first Siamese that’s truly been exclusively mine. Like I said, I’ve only had him for about three months, but he sleeps at my feet 9 times out of 10. For the time being, I live in a studio apartment below my parents. I’ll usually take Felan upstairs in the mornings to play with the cats upstairs, then come up in the afternoons to watch TV, hang out with my parents, things like that. Anyway, whenever I come up, Felan always lays on the footrest of the recliner I always sit on. I’ve been totally blind all my life, and it’s almost like he realizes that, and is guarding me or something. He’s not normally an especially loving or affectionate cat to anyone else, but he always is to me, he never minds when I pick him up, pet him or anything. Also, when he’s downstairs with me, and wants to explore the garage, or just to get my attention in some way, he’ll reach up and tap my leg with his paw. Seems to me maybe that that’s another way to get my attention. I just wondered if any of you all had had any similar experiences with your cats noticing that something or someone was different, a blind friend or relative, handicapped child, things of that nature? I have always heard that cats are smart, and it seems as though everyone who says that is right. Thanks for reading, and I’m sorry this post is so long. I guess I got carried away, :D. I only discovered this site a few hours ago, and have spent the past three hours or so perusing it, it truly is an amazing site. Thanks to the admin for creating it, and for allowing it to be accessible to screen readers. So, long live Siamese kitties! Thanks for reading, guys.

  • BRITTANY says:

    I love siamese cats! i have one now, Link, who is not even 2 yet. he is so loyal and lovable, and playful and definitely mischievous! He likes to jump on the counters and knock things off when he is not getting his way, or if im on my phone and not paying attention to him, he literally bats my phone with his paw! He follows me from room to room and likes to curl up in the sink when i get ready for work in the morning. I have had siamese cats my whole life, they are so wonderful!

  • Jaime says:

    BTW…… My 2 siamese kitties are named Duck and Goose.

  • nichole says:

    i love my siamese cat .. she act like a dog , shes very smart and very lovely ..
    her name is katy , i’m a little bit confused she don’t want to eat fish :( she like noodles or pasta .. huhuhu

    thank you for the information .. :)

  • dandylion says:

    Is it true that Siamese are the best cats as far as not scratching the furniture goes? Two of my Professors had the class over to their house, and they had a lot of very beautiful furniture, along with two even more beautiful Siamese cats. Because of my own bad experiences with a mixed-breed cat we had that ripped our couches to shreds (even though she had a big scratching post), I asked them about it. They said they didn’t know if the breed was known for that, just that they had never had any problems.

  • Debbie says:

    When I was eight years old my parents gave me a female seal point Siamese cat who was very protective of me. She treated me like I was her kitten and if anyone ever tried to hurt me she would yell at them with a very threating tone. If she did not know where I was, she would go room to room looking for me and crying with a loud tone until I called her. We also, had next door neighbors with two dogs that did not like cats and would chase cats. My Siamese cat Lady was the only cat the dogs would not chase even when my neighbors would walk their dogs without leases (the dogs knew better). She would even go in their house and backyard.
    One day Lady got into a fight with a German Shepherd and the dog ending up with a bloody nose and my cat did not even have one bite or scratch mark from the German Shepherd.

    Years later I rescued a male chocolate point Siamese cat from the shelter and I named him Simon. One summer when I went on vacation with my family I found out that my cousin Debbie had a male seal point Siamese cat named Simon. How cool is that. What are the odds that cousins with the same first name have the same type of cat with the same name?

  • DIANNE says:

    We have 2 Sealpoint., one male 9 years name Zeus (god of lightning) very loyal and only speaks when unhappy and although fast so laid back, but still godly as they are.just got him back from the vets with some bowel problem, we have been told is common in the breed ??.2nd a female 6 years different family sealpoint,name Gypsy and she owns us ,they are very dog like even fetching small things dropping at the feet and MEEEROW have to throw untill they have had enough.ORSOME cats they have been travelling with us all their lives in a housebus and on an odd time have gone walk for days but allways come home.they have never attacked anyone but they all have their own traits. and unfortunatly as with all living we must be prepared to let them pass on with the dignity they all deserve.,as hard as it is.very interesting site to read.

  • MIKE & HOLLY says:

    Snowbee is a blue seal tip about 7 or 8 yrs old. Recently she has become very recluse hidding in my office behind my desk,only coming out for food and cat box then running back to her hiding place. We are very concerned she has not acted like this before. She has always been very affectionate even when we got a friend for her. Sweetpee
    she is about 3 yrs old. They do fight at times but Snowbee does not want to be bothered. Is this normal for siamese
    cats ??

  • Laura says:

    I have a chocolate point male cat named perseus, i have only seen him be agressive towards my friend when she wears these certain pj bottoms that are lime green, it crazy. He will also come in bathroom when i am showering and bang on shower door untill it comes open and lays there right outside of door. he is sooooo different from any cat i hace ever had. He is my first siamese. his bday is 5 days before mine. Cool ass cat!

  • Susie says:

    I have a 12 yr old Siamese kitty named Manicou, she is the most playful and beautiful cat ever ( to me ) :) Unlike this page says I have never given her a bath in her entire life since she has always taken care of her own fur and has always been clean! She is such a pleasure to have and even though she still has her claws she has never scratched me. I love her so much and cant imagine ever having lived without her

  • Bambi says:

    wonderful stories about siamese cats! I love so much siamese breed, they are very playful and smart.

  • Michelle aka Pegasus says:

    I got my first cat just over 6 years ago, have had a total of 15 cats go through my life in that time 9 of which are still with me and 3 of which were placed in loving homes. My current cat population is 1 6 year old female gray tabby (Miss Kitty), 1 6 year old male gray tabby (Lieutenant Starbuck), 1 3 year old female calico (Vanessa T), 1 3 year old male gray and white cat (Smokey) and 1 2 year old female red tabby (ChiChi). The red tabby gave birth to 7 kittens on May 29, 2012 with the composition of the litter being 2 female Siamese, 1 male Siamese, 3 female gray tabbies and 1 female tortoise shell (mostly black in coloring on the tortoise shell). I kept 1 of the female Siamese, 2 of the gray tabbies and the tortoise shell. I never named the kittens that I gave away since I felt it was the most decent thing to leave it up to their forever family. The male Siamese got named Snowball by the family that took him in (they live in the neighborhood so it is easy for me to keep up with him). I have named the kittens I kept Athena (darker gray tabby), Cassiopeia (lighter gray tabby), Sheba (tortoise shell) and Serina (the Siamese).

    Out of all of these cats, Serina (the Siamese) is the one that is the most vocal and ambitious about getting the attention that she needs and the one that gets the most nervous when she does not have at least one of the other kittens or myself or my husband in the room that she is in. I have yet to see her being protective of her humans or the other cats but the kittens have only been indoor cats so far partly by their wishes and partly because they are not spayed yet even though they are well on their way to getting spayed (the adult cats are now all spayed or neutered and are allowed in and out as they wish) and the only humans that have been in our house are my husband, myself, my inlaws and 1 very nice neighbor lady.

    • Michelle aka Pegasus says:

      Forgot to mention that Serina has blue eyes that are slightly crossed and has dark ears, dark legs and a dark tail with the tail having tabby stripes and that her back is a lighter brown color. Like I mentioned earlier, her mother is a red tabby (I know that for a fact because I played midwife for the birth) but I do not know for sure about the father (the candidates were a red male tabby or a red and white long hair stray or a gray stray).

  • Christi says:

    I have a 16 yr female Siamese. Is it normal for her to walk around the house day or night and sing or make long howling noises ? She doesn’t appear to have anything wrong with her, she eats and urinates and poops ok.
    Does anyone have suggestions?

  • s.lynn says:

    I have twins Iris and Thor, iris is quiet and shy Thor is huge and loves to cuddle :-) and then I have my 6 lb 3yr old Sassy and her name fits her well!! She doesn’t meow she will squeak, very love dovey with hubby. That’s ok cause Thor is my baby boy, he goes where I go. They all love to play in water as well love my fur babies :-)

  • sonja jackson says:

    Is it normal for the cat to make the loud noise and is it all the time. my cat is nearly 1 yr old and just now started aking this loud sound and it is loud and i have another one and she doesnt do this now hope she dont. The one that is loud is the wildest sometimes and the other is the more mellow. thank you sonja

  • roselinn says:

    i love siamese cats

  • roselinn says:

    I have a siamese cat

  • lea says:

    my kuilt sam wants a siameese cat coz she loves animals

  • Kathy says:

    Over the years we have had a total of 6 Siamese cats and while all had different personalities they all had Siamese personalities. They have talked and played like mad. But they were gentle and loved to be petted and brushed. While I was their favorite they loved everyone in the house.

    They were easy to train playing fetch and dragged their toys through the house. I have 2 now and one of them was a 10 months old rescue kitten and I am slowly getting her to respond to me and love. My other cat is 2 years old and licks me and is helping me with the new kitten.

    Love my Siamese.

  • sharon says:

    Miss my Siamese cat Chico.He was the best cat i ever had. Smart, friendly and beautiful he was. Once you have a Siames cat for a pet, you won’t want any other breed. He was loved.

  • Nevan says:

    the siamese cats are intresting and cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous says:

    i like cats

  • Debi Risiott says:

    I have 2 siamese cats and they are both so smart!!!! When I come home from work, I walk in the house and say very loudly where’s Momma’s fan club??????? Zachary will walk into the kitchen, and then I say….there’s my president!!!! They know it is treat time and both of them go to their snack spots and wait for me to feed them some cat snacks from the bag!!!!!!! My other cat is Zoey!!!!!! She is older, Zachary was a rescue from a woman whose son was killing all the kittens that were born at her house!!!!!

  • Romeo says:

    Can someone give me advice. Our cat have these kittens for almost a month and earlier this day, my nephew touched one of them. Now, the mother cat killed that kitten and is eating it. It’s so depressing. :(

  • Teresa G. Morris says:

    I got a cat from a shelter. She was 3 months old.She is all black and have some white a little here and there. She is long and has a face like a siamese. Her name is Tar Baby. Her eyes are not blue they are copper with some green.I think she does have siamese in her. Really don’t know for sure. But she sure is lovable and wants me to hold her most of the time and thinks I’m here just to entertain her.

  • Michelle says:

    I just adopted a seal point Siamese cat. I rescued her from an animal shelter about five days ago. Her owner died, and she was separated from her brother and sister. I didn’t like her adopted name Vanilla Bean, so I’m calling her Lilly. She is six years old I wanted a younger cat, but when I saw her I fell in love with her. I’m worried about her, because I think she misses her past owner, and siblings. She’s not being playful, hardly eating, some drinking, and meows each night keeping me up, and she has the runs. As far as her history goes the adoption clinic doesn’t have any medical, or history about her. The adoption lady told me I could give her back if it doesn’t work out. She’s scheduling a shot she needs this week, but I have to get a exam for her. I hope she can get back to normal soon. I could really use some advice right now, because I never had a Siamese cat before. Any suggestions for me, or advice I would welcome gladly.

  • John Enos says:

    Got a Siamese that is very vocal. In ’08, she was four years old and adopted a cat that obviously had a lot of Maine Coon in him. Their reaction after 8 years is hilarious. He pesters her, she hisses at him, but she LOVES THE ATTENTION!!!! She is so jealous of him, and she is the alpha. She is the most perfect lap cat I ever had. I love my Nikkie!!!!

  • i love catss says:

    Siamese cats can actually talk??

  • Helen Cryan says:

    My family got a Siamese kitten back in October of 2017 and he was supposed to be a birthday present for my daughter. He’s a nightmare around our other 2 adult cats and loves being near me. In the morning he will wake me up by crawling all over me, lick my face and won’t leave me alone. Sometimes if I feed him and the other 2 he will leave me alone for awhile but not always. And when I am on the Internet, he loves getting on my desk and sitting right in front of the monitor. He also loves watching movies with my daughter and also me. Is this typical behavior of a Siamese? This is the first one we’ve owned

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