The first step in adopting a Siamese cat is to select a rescue organization to work with. Each rescue organization has slightly different rules and policies about the adoption process. In general, after selecting a rescu... More »

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Siamese cats are reputed to be one of the longest-lived purebred cats, although their average lifespan of 13 to 14 years is well within the overall cat average lifespan of 12 to 15 years. Very well-cared-for Siamese cats... More »

Siamese cats are not hypoallergenic. No cat breed is entirely hypoallergenic, but Siamese cats are more so than most because they have short, fine fur. More »

The cat commonly nicknamed the lynx-point Siamese has a long, light-colored body, a wedge-shaped head, large ears, blue almond-shaped eyes and striped points around the face, ears, legs and tail. The stripes in the point... More »

Flame point Siamese cats are cats with the traditional Siamese appearance and reddish-gold color points on their ears, face, feet and tails. This variety of cat is also called a red point Siamese or a colorpoint shorthai... More »

The snowshoe is a breed of cat developed from the Siamese and the American shorthair. A snowshoe cat has the basic Siamese point color pattern, embellished with four white feet and a white V marking on the face. The Inte... More »

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Siamese cats are known for their streamlined, slender bodies, large ears and striking blue eyes. The coat of the Siamese cat is very fine and has four main colors: chocolate, lilac, blue and seal. Another identifying fea... More »