Siamese cats are world-famous shorthair cats and a representative breed of shorthair cats. The race was native to Siam (now Thailand), hence the name Siamese cat. More than 200 years ago, this precious cat was only bred in Thailand’s royal palaces and large temples, and it was a nobleman who stayed at home. Siamese cats are able to adapt to the local climate of their owners, and they have a strong and active personality, quick-witted, strong curiosity, and understanding.
Siamese cat overall appearance
The Siamese cat’s head is slender and wedge-shaped. The head cover is flat, and when viewed from the side, the top of the head is in a straight line to the tip of the nose. The face is pointed and V-shaped, and the muzzle has an acute angle, forming a V-shape from the tip of the snout to the tip of the ear. The bridge of the nose is high and straight, and it is an equilateral triangle from the tip of the nose to the tip of the ear. The cheeks are thin and the teeth are in a scissor bite. The ears are large, broad at the base, and pointed and erect. The eyes are medium in size, almond-shaped, blue, dark or light. The extension line from the inner corner of the eye to the tip of the eye forms a V shape with the tip of the ear. Eyes are slightly convex. The tail is long and thin, and the tip of the tail is slightly curled. The length is equal to the hind limbs. Good flexibility, well muscled, slender figure, with sharp edges and corners, thin and long legs. The palms are small and oval in shape. The tail is long and beautiful, with a pointed end.
Siamese cat’s lifespan
The lifespan of Siamese cats is about 10 to 15 years. Its life span is related to the way the owner raises them. Regular vaccination and deworming can reduce the chance of sickness in Siamese cats. Coupled with a balanced diet and regular cleaning of hair balls, it can help Siamese cats live longer.
Siamese cat have a life span of 10 to 15 years
The average lifespan of Siamese cats raised in captivity is about 10 to 15 years. If properly fed, it can even reach 20 years. The life span of a Siamese cat is particularly related to its feeding method.
In order to keep Siamese cats alive longer, it is necessary to vaccinate them regularly. Multiple vaccines and rabies vaccines must not be less than one shot, which can reduce the chance of Siamese cats getting sick. Normally, we also need to deworm it regularly to make it grow healthier.
In terms of diet, nutrition should be balanced. It is best to use natural cat food as the main food, canned food and snacks as supplementary food, and also pay attention to help the cat to remove the hair balls in the belly, and regularly feed the hair cream or cat grass to induce vomiting, which can make the cat better. Healthy and live longer.