Siamese cats are mammals, which can be bred at home. Siamese fur is influenced by temperature and aging. Siamese cats have been larger in size than current cats.
It is a very sensitive cat, and if treated with affection he is loving and loyal.
Food: Siamese Cat Information, this cat prefers to eat fish, rice and vegetables.
The strain of this cat dates back to ancient Siam (now Thailand), with multiple images of it appearing on the walls of the palaces there.
The Siamese cat’s body is medium in size, with a narrow abdomen, long and thin legs, hind legs slightly longer than the forelegs, small feet, long tail and curved at the end.
Siamese cat’s eyes are inclined, wide and far apart, always blue no matter what the color of the fur. Siamese cat fur is characterized by being short-haired, soft-touched and shiny, and the fur color is gray, dark brown, pale yellow or a mixture of all these colors, and there are often spots In different parts of the cat’s body, especially above the limbs.
Siamese cats breed light without signs and are almost completely white and develop color markings as they age, and marvel at why dark marks are only in (face, ears, legs, tail) and the rest of the body is light.
This pattern is the result of a partial leprosy gene that has caused genetic changes in the enzymes produced by the dye and Hallelujah. This enzyme is subject to temperature changes, when the temperature of the body will produce those enzymes little dye for hair, or sometimes not dye at all and when the body temperature will produce Enzymes are a lot of pigment, and all this depends on the temperature changes of the cat’s body, the temperature of the abdomen, back and neck rise significantly above the temperature of the face, ears, legs and tail, where those areas exposed to cold Valmtarat vary from cat to cat and not provided that they are brothers and n Vs signs even if the parents resemble