Siamese – Indoor Cat Breed Guide

The Siamese cat breed is one of the most popular cats in the world. Siamese cats are known for their unique personality.

Siamese – Indoor Cat Breed Guide


The Siamese breed was developed in Thailand around the 14th century. They were brought to Europe in the late 1800s. The first Siamese cat arrived in the United States in 1879 as a gift to the wife of President Rutherford Hayes from a US diplomat in Bangkok.


Siamese cats are small in size compared to other breeds.

The average weight of male Siamese cats is around 5.2 kg while females weigh around 3.4 kg.


Siamese cats can be very affectionate and loving towards people.

They tend to be more interested in interacting with their owner than playing with toys or other animals. These cats can also be very vocal and like to engage in “chatty” discussions with their owners.

They can also be quite sociable, and enjoy socializing with other cats and people. Siamese cats can be excellent family pets. 

Health Problems

One problem that can occur with Siamese cats is dental disease. This can lead to a loss of appetite and can even lead to life-threatening conditions.

In addition, Siamese cats are prone to several hereditary diseases. Some of these diseases include Amyloidosis as well as Feline hyperesthesia syndrome which can cause problems with your cat’s skin and nerves. It is recommended that you talk to your vet if you are concerned about your cat’s health.


Brush your Siamese regularly to keep her fur silky and glossy. This breed sheds less than other breeds, so she will require less brushing than some other breeds.

When grooming Siamese cats, you need a soft, well-brushed brush with soft bristles. Do not use brushes with stiff bristles as they can scratch your cat’s skin.

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