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Love Siamese Cats?
If you love Siamese Cats, you’re in the right place. More than twenty thousand people have joined our community of meezer lovers. If you’ve been lucky enough to share your life with a Siamese, you understand exactly why! Even if you’re just curious about this enchanting breed, you’ll discover everything you want to know about these wonderful cats. Welcome! We’re glad you’re here.
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What Is a Lynx Point Siamese Cat?
Lynx Point Siamese Cats Lynx (or tabby) point Siamese cats get their distinctive look from crosses between Siamese and tabbies. Breeding began in the 1940s but did not become serious until 20 years later. These cats have well-defined stripes around their eyes and cheeks, and legs as well as ringed tails. Their bodies are generally pale but like many Siamese will darken with ag [...]
What Do You Feed Your Cats?
We've had a number of questions about which foods people choose for their babies, so we decided to share our choices in cat food. Although we are not vets or animal nutritionists, we have researched this topic extensively and made the best, most educated decision we can. We hope this helps you make the right choice for your kitty, too. First, we'll discuss which brands and v [...]
Snowshoes originated in the United States in the 1960s and are the result of crosses between Siamese cats and bicolor American Shorthairs. This gives them the unique look of dark points with white feet and even a white inverted V on the face, like tuxedo cats. However, the markings vary quite a lot between cats due to incomplete dominance and different combinations of the genes [...]
Are Lilies Poison?
Now that Spring has sprung, it’s a good time to talk about how Lilies can affect your furbaby.
August 17 is Black Cat Appreciation Day. Did you know that Black cats are the least adoptable and are put to sleep nearly five times over other fur colors?
Tips to keep your Siamese happy and safe for the holidays.
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