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Do Siamese cats have big feet?

Do Siamese cats have big feet?

A Siamese cat’s body is usually quite thin, and they are lithe when they walk or move. The Siamese breed is also known for having skinny, long legs. A cat with some Siamese lineage may appear to stand taller than other cat breeds because of their long legs.

How big can a Siamese cat get?

They have a long, muscular body, a long neck, and long, lean legs with small, oval-shaped feet and a long, thin, whip-like tail. Male Siamese Cats weigh between 4 and 6 kg and stand 29 – 31 cm tall, while females weigh around 2.5 – 4.5 kg and stand between 27 and 31 cm tall.

How can I tell what kind of Siamese cat I have?

Identifying a Siamese by its Coat and Face. Look at the cat’s coat. Siamese have distinctive fur colors and patterning, although there is no single coat pattern or color shared by all Siamese. Typically, Siamese have creamy white coats with dark patches or “points” on the muzzle and face, ears, tail, and feet.

What makes Siamese cats different?

The Siamese is a cat of extremes. The head is a long triangle. The tall ears are set on the head to be a continuation of this triangle. The color of the fur on the ears, tail and feet are a different color than that of the body, and this darker color gradually blends into the lighter color of the body.

Do Siamese like water?

Siamese cats are one of the rare cat breeds that are known for linking water. Siamese cats do not like to get wet but they like to play with water. They have remarkable interest in water and will splash it whenever they get the chance.

Do Siamese get fat?

Siamese cats are prone to obesity. Even a small amount of overeating can cause weight gain. Make sure to feed your cat regular meals using set amounts of food. Talk to your vet about how much to feed your cat, especially if your cat is overweight.

What is the most common type of Siamese cat?

Classic Siamese Cat The Classic version is the most athletic and tall version of the traditional Siamese. They have long, sleek bodies with a long tail. Their ears are slightly bigger along with a pointed face and slightly upturned nose. The Classic cat is more energized then the other two, as well.