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Siamese – Serpentine

Lovely smoochy babies born in December and available for loving indoor homes only please. All vet work completed including desexing, vaccinations x 2, microchipped, wormed and vet checked. Fed on high quality cat biscuits and a raw meat diet as well as the usual Felix and Royal Canin pouches. Come with a kitten goody bag (WA buyers only), their own birth certificate (pedigree) and 6 weeks free pet insurance with Pet Cover. i am a Registered Breeder with CATSWA. Message me if you are interested please as i am taking expressions of interest.

Debra Copeland


Siamese – Kapunda

Two gorgeous Chocolate Tabby Pt Siamese kittens ready now, desexed, fully vaccinated and microchipped. Come with registration, certified pedigrees and all other documentation. Friendly healthy and happy boys

Lisa McNeil


Siamese – Kyabram

5 beautiful Purebred Siamese kitten ready for their new home Let me tell you a bit about these beautiful kittens Miss chocolate. (Chocolate point) Miss chocolate is the only female in the litter but she is feisty and ready to wrestle with her brothers any time. She has a very sweet side to her and loves to cuddle and have long pats. Mr seal. (Seal point) SOLD Mr seal love to lay in the sun and sunbake as long as he can and when he isn't sunbaking he is looked for someone to pat and play with him. Mr purple. (Seal point) SOLD Mr purple is Adventurous and loves to explohe his surroundings. he was the first one to walk away from mum to look for new and exciting things to play with. He loves a long play time and a worm lap to lay on when he is tired Mr blue. (Seal point) SOLD Mr blue in more of a lap cat that love to snuggle and purr until he falls asleep. He is a little but shy but when he comes out of his shell he is a loving little boy. Mr Green. (Seal point) SOLD Mr Green is a lover of toys he will play with the toys for hours, balls, Feathers, String, little mice, hair ties Etc. He is a purring machine when he is getting his pats and tummy scratches. All the kitten are Later trained and are great with kids. Kitten have been Microchiped, vaccinated and wormed. Kitten were born the 12th of September. To get in contact with my please message me first on 0439805167 or you can email me on animechick334@gmail.com ans please ask me anything.

Nichelle Cairns


Siamese – Shepparton

Siamese seal point pure bred. Lilacs also available. Chemi cookie is my first queen to provide me with beautiful and elegant natured Siamese kittens. My two kids are with them all the time so the love is so there it’s a nice afternoon coming home from school to the babies. The father is sourced from Geelong cricket he’s a very beautiful natured cat lapping at my feet when I arrive, I have had Siamese since I was 18 years of age.. I have also worked in the Vet industry for 10 years and seen the Breed that I have developed within myself and sourced out the best male and female for Siamese . Especially gaining some lilacs in my genetics & Seal point. I’m pretty happy with my outcome. Their diet is pretty much eat anything all the biscuits I feed them poach, chicken, tuna salmon they are not fussy. Which I really like that for my clients as nobody likes a fussy cat. They have had their eight week vaccinations’ Microchipped. Full vet check Nails manicured My females all go out desexed males are ready to go Any time. Here are some photos of how they are right now, and I’ll also put some in of the parents auntie’s and uncles. Please feel free to send me a message any time. Ask me any questions about the kittens. I’ll reply to you straightaway. Thank you for your time in reading my short story . Love The Koochies kitties.

Trace Reynolds


Siamese – Canungra

I have this PERFECT female full PUREBRED Chocolate Point Siamese. Please meet LOLA. She is 14 weeks old, PERFECT, affectionate and adorable, playful, loving, and best personality. Super affectionate little girl ready for her new forever family. Would prefer a family who have had Siamese before - as we will be keeping in touch. This kitty has been personally reared, so very important she goes to the right family. Call or text me on 0458407976 to meet her today. Gold Coast region. Travel can be arranged on request.

Clare Katavich


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The Ultimate Siamese Guide

About Siamese

The Siamese cat is an elegant and distinctive breed, instantly recognizable by its sleek, svelte body, almond-shaped blue eyes, and strikingly pointed features. Known for their affectionate and chatty nature, Siamese cats have a long history and are considered one of the oldest domesticated cat breeds.

Lifespan

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8 to 15 years

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4 to 6 kg

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24 to 31 cm

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Grooming a Siamese cat is relatively easy compared to some other cat breeds, thanks to their short, sleek coats and minimal shedding.

Origins

The Siamese cat breed originated in what is now Thailand, formerly known as Siam. They have been featured in ancient manuscripts dating back to the 14th century, suggesting that they have been domesticated for centuries. Siamese cats were highly valued in ancient Thai culture, and they were often given as gifts to visiting diplomats and dignitaries.

As the breed gained popularity in the West, the Siamese cat underwent selective breeding to refine its appearance. The original Siamese cats from Thailand were heavier and had rounder faces compared to the slender, elongated features of the modern Siamese. Over time, breeders emphasised the cat’s distinctive traits, such as the almond-shaped blue eyes, slender body, and large ears.

There are now two distinct types of Siamese cats: the traditional or “Applehead” Siamese, with a rounder face and a more robust body, and the modern or “Wedgehead” Siamese, which has a more slender and elongated appearance.

Key Characteristics Of Siameses

Are Siameses Family-Friendly?

Siamese cats are generally considered to be family-friendly pets, as they are affectionate, sociable and intelligent animals. They are known for their strong bonds with their human companions and can be quite playful and interactive. They often get along well with children, particularly if the children are taught how to handle and interact with the cat appropriately.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Siameses may suffer from:

Feline Asthma

Progressive Retinal Atrophy

Dental Issues

Nature / Temperament

Friendly, Loving, Graceful, Playful, Loyal

Suitable Environment

Since Siamese cats are highly social and intelligent creatures, they thrive in homes where they can receive consistent attention and form strong bonds with their human companions.

Other Considerations

● Siamese cats don’t do well when left alone for long periods, so they’re best suited to households where someone is home regularly.

● Siamese cats are natural climbers and enjoy exploring their environment from a higher vantage point.

● Siamese cats are quite vocal, with a distinctive, loud voice that they use to communicate their needs, feelings, and desires.

How can I take good care of my Siamese?

Nutrition

A balanced and nutritious diet is crucial for the health and well-being of Siamese cats. They require a high-quality cat food, rich in protein and essential nutrients, to support their lean bodies and active lifestyle. Consult with your veterinarian to determine the best type and amount of food for your specific cat, taking into account factors such as age, weight, and activity level.

Grooming

The Siamese cat has a short, sleek coat that is relatively low-maintenance. Weekly brushing is usually sufficient to remove loose hair and keep their coat healthy and shiny. Use a soft-bristle brush or grooming mitt to avoid damaging their delicate skin.

Exercise

Daily play sessions with toys that encourage chasing, pouncing, and jumping are essential for keeping their minds and bodies stimulated. Puzzle toys and interactive games can also provide mental stimulation and help prevent boredom.

Training

Siamese cats are highly intelligent and can be trained to perform various tricks and behaviours with positive reinforcement techniques. They respond well to clicker training, which can be used to teach them to sit, stay, come when called and even walk on a leash.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Siamese Questions

Siamese cats are best known for their striking coat pattern, which features a pale or cream-coloured body with darker points on the ears, mask, paws, and tail. They come in various colour points, including: seal point, chocolate point, blue point and lilac point.

No cat breed is truly hypoallergenic, as all cats produce allergens to some extent. However, some breeds, including Siamese cats, are often considered to be more allergy-friendly due to their short coats and lower shedding tendencies.

Finding a reputable Siamese cat breeder is the key to getting healthy, well-behaved Siamese kittens for sale. A kitten from an ethical breeder has a much better chance of growing into a calm, gentle adult cat. The average cost of a Siamese cat for sale is usually around AUD $1000 to $2000.

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