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Siamese Kitten Litter

This page is dedicated to Siamese cats because I have one.  She is the SWEETEST, most lovable, INTELLIGENT cat I've EVER had. 
After trying to find out more about them, I've run across some places on the web and found out that there are alot of them out there abused, abandoned, and in need of loving homes.  I will provide that information below for you.

An Applehead Siamese kitten

I am borrowing this information below from another persons site so that you can go visit her site.  She has lots of information on these Applehead Siamese Cats....

Traditional Siamese appleheads hold the distinction of being the original type of Siamese cat, so called a 'Siamese' because they were bred by the Siamese king and given by him as gifts.

Healthy and robust, traditional Siamese cats and kittens are calm, alert and so affectionate and people-oriented that many say that the traditional Siamese applehead makes the finest of all companion cats.

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History of the Traditional Siamese,
from the late 1700s to present,
including photos, legends and references.

These are pictures of two different breeds of grown Siamese

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Very strong personality, demands a lot but gives a lot in return. Highly intelligent, can be trained to walk with harness and leash. Highly vocal, given to fits of jealousy.
Brush daily to remove dead hairs.
A favorite among cat lovers the world over. The Siamese is a contradiction in terms being both elegant withgorgeous coloring and mischievous and energetic. In Thailand the original Siamesecats can stillbe seen. They are very different fromthe Siamese cats you will see in the show ring today. The cats seen inThailand are husky bodied with arounded head. The eyes are crossed and the tails kinked. The Siamese catwas nurtured and kept within temple and palace walls. The Siamese cats were given to visiting dignitaries as gifts by theroyalty of Siam. This was a great honor during that time. In the late 1800's the Siamese was seen in cat shows inBritain. He began appearing in the United States in the early 1900's. At that time the only color to be accepted was seal point.

When blue points first appeared in 1934, the judges would not judge them as a separate class. In 1946 the chocolate point was recognized and in 1955 the lilac point. Many other colorshave appeared but notwithout controversy. Someassociations accepted as Siamese the red, tortie and lynx point cats. Other associations called them a separate breed and called them Colorpoint Shorthairs.

The Siamese is a slender graceful looking cat. It has a medium sized body that is long with strong muscles and fine bones. The eyes of the Siamese are always blue, the deeper and more vivid the better.The legs are long and slender. The coat is always shorthaired although in some groups the Balinese is called alonghaired Siamese. Grooming is easy due to the short coat. Brushing or combing two times weekly is all that is necessary.

All Siamese are colorpoint cats. They are all pure white at birth and the colorpointsappear as they mature..They are seen in seal point, blue point, lilac point, tortie point, red point, chocolate point and lynx point. The Cat Fanciers' Association refers to the red, tortie and lynx points as Colorpoint Shorthairs.

This cat is smart and loving. He is a people loving cat andexpects attention. He can also frustrate his human with his antics. He really dislikes to be left alone and can get into trouble if lonely. The manner in which the Siamese communicates islegendary. A female in season can be heard around the blockand sounds just like a human baby crying. The Siamese is known to be high strong andactive, always moving.


Another Traditional Siamese Kitten


-The Siamese Rescue website provides a group of individually operated non-profit Rescue Organizations the opportunity to engage in a common purpose and to come together as one Internet presence. While each organization represented here is a separate non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation with its own Board, policies and procedures, we are all working towards a common goal - to rescue homeless and abandoned Siamese cats and rehome them in carefully screened, permanent situations.

Siamese and Siamese mixes form exceptionally close emotional bonds with their humans and, more than any other breed, may suffer enormous emotional grief and trauma when they lose their homes and end up in shelters.

This nationwide effort to rescue Siamese before they are euthanized at shelters requires an enormous amount of time, energy, and money. You won't find a more dedicated group of individuals willing to put forth everything they have to save this wonderful breed. There just isn't enough, however, to go around. Enough transporters, enough fosters, enough money. Many of these cats require extensive medical work to get them back on their feet, and we are willing to do it, if we can. Please consider supporting any or all of the Center's efforts - if you can donate - whether it be in supplies, in elbow grease, or in funds. All of the Centers would greatly appreciate any support you can provide them.


While our focus is on our Rescue Programs, we strive to offer a variety of information and resources related to the Siamese cat. We hope you will enjoy learning more about the breed by joining the family of 'Meezer' friends at the Siamese Internet Cat Club, and if you can't adopt at this point in time, please consider volunteering in one of many ways to help our worldwide effort to rescue this most wonderful breed!

Web services are provided at no cost to the Organizations represented here by:
Siamese Cat Rescue Center of Virginia.

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