6 Types of Siamese Cats To Love 

Siamese cats are one of the most popular cat breeds in the world. For many years, they have been a favorite among cat lovers. Not only do they boast an elegant, graceful appearance with brilliant blue eyes, but they also have a very sweet disposition. They are known to be friendly, alert, and intelligent cats 

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They are known for their beautiful blue eyes and distinctive markings or point colorations.They mostly have a slender profile with light colored fur and a darker face, paws, and tail. They have a sleek body type, soft white or light colored fur, blue eyes, and distinctive ears. They have a “mask” or “muzzle”, which is a dark area around the nose, eyes and mouth.  

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How to Identify a Siamese Cat

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Applehead Siamese Cat

Applehead Siamese Cats are a specialty cat breed that has a head and face shaped like an apple

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Red Point Siamese

Red Point Siamese, also known as Thai Point, are the rarest color of Siamese cats. They have a distinct, red-colored coat with dark brown points

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Blue Point Siamese

The Blue Point Siamese has a semi-long coat that comes in seal point, blue point, chocolate point, lilac point, cinnamon point.

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Chocolate Point

The Chocolate Point Siamese cat is an interesting choice for anyone who wants a pet that will keep them entertained, but not be too demanding.

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Lilac Point

Lilac Point Siamese Cat is a breed of cat that has a lilac-colored coat, point coloration, and a wedge-shaped head.

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Seal Point Siamese

Seal point Siamese cats are actually named after seals, because they have brownish-black coloring like a seal.

With their striking eyes and fluffy coats, Siamese cats have been favorite household pets for over 100 years. If you’re considering adopting one of these beautiful felines, we hope that this information will help you know what exactly you’re looking for 

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