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The National Siamese Cat Club (NSCC) is a CFA (Cat Fanciers Association) affiliated breed club founded in 1946.

NSCC Objectives

Our Annual Cat Show

The NSCC organizes and produces an annual allbreed cat show. Although the show has occurred at different times and in different cities over the years, recent shows have been in Brockport (near Rochester) New York. For more information about our next show and to read reports from previous years, go to the Annual Show page in the menu.

Current NSCC Officers

  • President: Betsy Arnold
  • Vice-President: Susan Perkins
  • Secretary: Virginia Wheeldon
  • Treasurer: Larry Adkison
  • Directors:
    • Ann Marie Bingham
    • Kathi Hoos
    • Joan Reesor
    • Kathryn Brady
    • Sibyl Zaden

About The Siamese Breed

The Siamese breed was recognized by CFA in 1906 - the same year that CFA itself was formed. The present breed standard was written in 1966 by Jeanne Singer and has remained virtually unchanged since that time. To read descriptions of Siamese from the 1800's and see Siamese standards from over the years, see the article Siamese Standards - A Retrospective by Betty White.

Presently, CFA is one of the only cat registries in the world to recognize the Siamese as a breed, in its four original colors, and the NSCC is dedicated to promoting and preserving this traditional version of the breed. We firmly believe that pointed cats born in litters from breeds developed from Siamese are not true Siamese. These cats have both Siamese and other breeds as ancestors in their pedigrees and are considered hybrids, although they often look similar to Siamese.

The Siamese cat is one of the world’s oldest breeds, with a unique history worth preserving. Not only does its color pattern make the Siamese easily recognizable, but since the original cats were imported in the 1890’s, the Siamese has been noted for its elegance, refinement, length of body, almond shaped deep blue eyes, and wedge shaped head, as well as for its vocal range and its people friendly attitude. The Siamese breed is often described as a “dog without all the work”, and it lives up to its reputation. The NSCC is dedicated to preserving the Siamese breed for all of its traits. While the Siamese cat is often defined by its color, color is only one of the qualities the breed is famous for.

For more information about the history of the CFA Siamese, visit the History page

Join NSCC

Our club is international, with members across North America and even Europe. We welcome membership applications from people who share our goals and vision of the breed. For information about joining the club, please visit our Membership page. NSCC membership also includes a subscription to our newsletter which is published three times a year and covers a range of topics including articles about top winning Siamese, health issues and the breed in general.

Learn more about membership and joining NSCC .Those of you who are interested in learning more about the Siamese and/or who want information about acquiring a Siamese kitten should visit our About Siamese, Breeder Directory and Articles pages.

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Traditional Siamese Kittens & Traditional Balinese Kittens For Sale

Details About Our Traditional Siamese & Traditional Balinese Cats

Our cat are raised indoors at all times, and we interact with them daily.  It is important that these cats are treated as family members because of their highly social nature.  These beautiful cats are by nature human companions, so they need a lot of social stimulation, and interaction.  We not only focus on socially interacting with our cats, but we also care about their health.  Our kittens are sold generally at about 12 weeks old when  they have been properly litter box trained and weaned from their mothers milk.  We bring them to our veterinarian for confirmation of health.

Litter Box Training Our Traditional Siamese & Traditional Balinese Kittens

Our kittens are litter box trained starting as early as 4 weeks old.  We use Dr. Elsy’s Precious cat litter which is silica based, and use Natures Miracle as an alternate litter when Dr. Elsy’s is not available.  When the kittens are started on litter box training we tend to  use a short uncovered litter box, and once the kittens are little older they are then introduced to an average sized covered litter box.  Using these two different litter boxes ensures that they will not have any litter box confusion problems when they go off to their new homes.  We recommend that our clients purchase a litter additive called “kitten/cat attract” in advance for extra care in avoiding litter box confusion problems.  When kittens go to a new home they need to be kept in a bedroom for the first two weeks so that they can properly de-stress and acclimate to the new home environment.  This is a crucial first step when bringing them home because it greatly prevents litter box confusion problems.  After their two week stay in a bedroom, they should be allowed to gradually explore the rest of the homes open areas, but should be brought back to their litter box to avoid confusion.

Weaning Our Traditional Siamese & Traditional Balinese Kittens

 Our kittens start weaning at 4 weeks of age.  We use a special kitten glop formula their first week, and then we introduce them to our canned food ‘instinctive choice’ mixed with goats milk and vitamin powders.  They always have dry food on hand (life’s abundance) for them to smell and taste during their weaning process.  By the time they reach 8 weeks of age they are already eating dry food (kibble) daily and getting wet food mixed with dry as a treat about 2-3 times a week.  We use NuVet Plus vitamin powder on their food from the beginning, and they leave still supplemented with the NuVet plus vitamin powder.  NuVet plus vitamins are highly important to their continued immune development, as well as growth development, and this is why we have incorporated NuVet Plus into their daily regimen and extended health guarantees.

Veterinary Treatments Provided To Our Traditional Siamese & Traditional Balinese Kittens

We vaccinate our kittens once or twice before they leave our home.  Kittens are usually vaccinated at 6-8 weeks old, with a feline distemper vaccine (3-4 way).  They are de-wormed prior to leaving for not just parasites, but for protozoa control too.  They are micro-chipped at 8-10 weeks old, and have their first veterinary health examination at about 11-12 weeks of age.  As a professional breeder I believe that we breeders have a social and community responsibility to not add to pet over population by contractually requiring spaying and neutering of our kittens before reaching sexual maturity and by implementing strict spay and neuter guidelines.  At this time, kittens will leave un-altered and  must be altered (spayed/neutered) by 7 months of age by their new owners veterinarian.

Our Kitten Buyer Screening Process

  Potential clients are screened prior to accepting a deposit or selling a kitten.  At Tresor Siamese & Balinese cats we not only screen our buyers to ensure a healthy home environment for our kittens but also so that we can arrange an appropriate match from kitten to owner.  We ask our potential clients what they are looking for in a kitten (color point, gender, breed), and what their home routine is like.  We also ask how soon they would be ready for a kitten.  We give all potential clients detailed information about what our kittens come with and pricing information.  Once it is established that our clients are interested in our kittens, we perform ask our clients to complete our online kitten questionnaire, which is filled with a lot of important questions about their home environment and cat care experience.  We also encourage our potential clients to read our breed history information pages and our FAQ page.  It is very important for us to ensure that all potential clients are responsible, and are ready for a long term commitment in owning and caring for our kittens.  We reserve the right to refuse sale and service to anyone, at any given time, even if a kitten is reserved with a deposit.  The kittens continue to be our property until they are paid in full and leave our home.  After the screening process is satisfied, I go over deposit instructions by phone and e-mail.  It is then determined if a person will be added to my waiting list for a kitten or that they reserve a currently available kitten at any given time.

Our Waiting List Process

Once we find out what you are looking for (gender, color point, breed), we try to match you with a currently available kitten or depending on availability or client readiness we add our clients to our waiting list for Siamese or our waiting list for Balinese (or sometimes both waiting lists).  We place our clients under their specific selection categories for gender, breed, color point, and then once a kitten is produced matching a clients preferences and availability based on their position on our waiting list...we then offer them such/said kitten.  A client will remain on my waiting list until a kitten is found matching their preferences and available to them ...unless we continue to offer them kittens that match their preferences and they continue to refuse them.  At that point we refer to our deposit policies.  All deposits are “NON REFUNDABLE”, so it is absolutely important  that all clients with deposits are committed to adopting a kitten from my cattery ...and not looking elsewhere.

Breeds & Color Points Available At Tresor Siamese & Balinese Cats

Although we primarily breed for temperaments and health, we also enjoy producing color and breed varieties.  We produce Traditional Siamese & Traditional Balinese cats in the following color points:  Seal Point Siamese and Seal Point Balinese, Chocolate Point Siamese and Chocolate Point Balinese, Blue Point Siamese and Blue Point Balinese, Lilac Point Siamese and Lilac Point Balinese.  We are also proud to offer, Seal Lynx Point Siamese and Seal Lynx Point Balinese, Chocolate Lynx Point Siamese and Chocolate Lynx Point Balinese, Blue Lynx Point Siamese and Blue Lynx Point Balinese, Lilac Lynx Point Siamese, and Lilac Lynx Point Balinese, and White Balinese.  To see pictures of these beautiful Lynx Point colors visit our Snow Tiger (Lynx) History Page.

Health Guarantees (Genetic, Congenital, Hereditary) Of Our Kittens

Raising a healthy, and happy Siamese or Balinese kitten is of absolute importance to us.  Our kittens are handled daily with great care and affection.  Our children play and interact with our kittens, so it is of course vital to us that kittens leave with healthy well adjusted temperaments.  We care about our kittens health and life spans.  We offer a 72 hour health guarantee which means that the kitten is to be brought to a licensed veterinarian of the buyers choice within the first 72 hours that the kitten was purchased.   If the kitten is found to have a genetic, congenital or hereditary defect by the buyers licensed veterinarian, then the kitten may be returned for a full pet price refund (does not include veterinary or travel fees).  After the first 72 hours we offer a one year limited guarantee, or an extended guarantee of 2, 3, or 4 years covering hereditary, congenital, genetic defects.  The extended guarantees correlate with keeping the kitten(s) on the NuVet Plus vitamin program for the selected extended guarantee.  If the kitten dies as a the result of a genetic/hereditary/congenital defect within the health guarantee term we will offer a one time kitten replacement (terms and conditions apply), for ½ the original kittens purchase price (same breed only).  No monetary refunds, nor veterinary, professional, nor travel refunds are given at any time, unless I make the exception.  This is why we find vitamin supplementation (NuVet Plus) and healthy feeding to be of vital importance to our kittens immune health, and development.  All of our kittens are sold “Flea Free”.  

Shipping Our Kittens / Hand Delivery

We prefer to place our kittens locally, but we may consider shipping a kitten via the airlines if certain criteria is met.  A shipping estimate may be provided, which will include the kittens airline flight fare, cat travel crate & dryfur padding, food/water crate clip, veterinary health certificate, and transportation fees.  Feel free to contact us for further details.

NEW!  We are able to have our kittens hand delivered.  This means that we can arrange to have the kitten driven to your home, and given to you in person.  We are also able to arrange for a hand delivery person to fly with your kitten in cabin within the USA and Canada, and hand deliver to your door or meet you at the destination airport.  Please inquire for an estimate on that if desired.  

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DISCLAIMER:
The following is a list of NSCC members and web site contributors who are currently breeding Siamese. The list is meant solely to be an aid to potential Siamese pet owners. NSCC does not endorse or approve any breeder nor does NSCC guarantee any animal acquired.

The Breeder Directory is organized by country and state or province. Click on the state/province in which you wish to search to find a breeder in that area.

Canada

USA:California|Connecticut | Florida | Illinois|Kentucky|Maryland|
Michigan| Nevada|New Jersey| New York | North Carolina|Ohio |
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CANADA:

Name:

  Joy Day

Cattery:

  JoyOfKitties

Location:

  Oshawa, Ontario
 

JoyOfKitties is a small CFA and CCA Registered Siamese and Colorpoint Shorthair Cattery in the GTA. National and Regional winning Lines. Distinguished Merit Lines. Imported lines. FeLv and FIV Negative. Pet kittens are altered before placement at 16 weeks. Kittens are vaccinated, registered and receive a written Health Certificate from the vet at time of placement. PRA Tested.
Siamese in all four colors.

Email :

  [email protected]

Website:

  http://www.joyofkitties.weebly.com

Name:

 Pauline Bratt

Cattery:

 Sa-Shai

Location:

 Ottawa, Ontario
 

Additional Information: Over 40 years producing show quality SIAMESE … exclusively! Veterinarian-approved healthy pets in seal, chocolate, blue and lilac colors. Fully inoculated. Affectionate, socialized and behavior-trained.

Telephone:

 (613) 824-3726

Email :

 [email protected]

Website:

 

http://www.sa-shaisiamesecats.com

Name:

  Susan Perkins

Cattery:

  Ayuthaya

Location:

  Hamilton, Ontario
 

Additional Information: Grand, regional and national winning lines. Veterinarian health certificate. Well socialized and loved.

Telephone

  (647) 233-9485

Email :

 [email protected]

Website:

 http://ayuthayasiamese.com

Name:

  Virginia Wheeldon

Cattery:

  Thaifong

Location:

  Grimsby, Ontario
 

Additional Information: Seal, blue, chocolate and lilac points available occasionally to approved homes. Colorpoints in lynx pattern. Pet kittens are spayed/neutered before placement at 16 weeks.. Fully vaccinated and guaranteed for health..

Email :

  [email protected]

Website:

  http://www.thaifong.ca

Name:

  Helene Bergeron

Cattery:

  Zanbaia

Location:

  Drummondville, Quebec
 

Small cattery breeding for health, temperament, sociability and beauty. CFA grand champion and regional winner bloodlines. Kittens occasionally available in the 4 colors (seal, blue, chocolate and lilac). Our cats are part of the family, not caged. The kittens are raised under foot, vaccinated, de-wormed, vet-checked and sterilized. Sold with a written health guarantee.

Telephone:

 (819) 475-5706

Email :

  [email protected]

Website:

  http://www.facebook.com/SiamesecatteryZanbaia

USA :

California

Name:

  Dee Johnson and Connie Roberts

Cattery:

  San-Toi

Location:

  Roseville, CA
 

Additional Information: Breeding for health, temperament and beautiful Siamese for over 46 years. Many national and regional winners. Seal, chocolate, lilac and blue points. Shipping available.

Email :

  [email protected]

Website:

  http://santoisiamese.com/

Connecticut

Name:

 Maria Shaposhnikova

Cattery:

 

Maha's Siamese 

Location:

 Wethersfield, Connecticut
 

We are very small, CFA registered cattery, breeding and showing Siamese cats as a hobby. We have all four colors when available. Our kittens are all veterinarian certified, vaccinated, and their health is guaranteed. All kittens sold on a spay and neuter contract.

Telephone:

 (860) 667-6089 

Email :

 [email protected]

Website:

  http://www.MahasSiamese.com/

Florida

Name:

 Kathryn Brady

Cattery:

  Katsmith

Location:

  Central Florida
 

Additional Information: CFA registered Siamese & Colorpoint Shorthair kittens, raised in my home. Specializing in chocolate & lilac points.

Telephone:

 

Email:

 [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.katsmith.net

Name:

 Linda Alexander

Cattery:

  Blue Isles Siamese

Location:

  South Florida
 

Breeding beautiful and loving Siamese in all four colors since 1993. All kittens are vet checked with exam, feline leukemia/feline aids blood test, and stool test before going to new home.

Telephone

 

Email :

 [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.blueislessiamese.com

Name:

  Dianne and Bruce Alexy

Cattery:

  Alexy

Location:

 

South Florida

 

Additional Information: We’ve been breeding Siamese since 1990, first under the prefix Jim-An-Di and now Alexy. Over the years our Siamese have enjoyed much success, including regional & national wins, DM’s and countless grand champions in all four CFA accepted Siamese colors.  We produce mostly blue points & seal points but we occasionally have lilac points & chocolate points. We have enjoyed mentoring many new breeders over the years by starting them out showing in the premiership class.

Email :

 

[email protected]

Website:

  http://www.angelfire.com/nc2/jimandisiamese

Name:

 Melanie Dellasala

Cattery:

  Melkatz

Location:

  South Florida
 

Additional information: Siamese kittens in ALL colors, well socialized CFA Registered show/pet kittens. Health Guarantee, spay/neuter contract and all 3 booster FVRCP vaccines. Retired spayed adults are available occasionally & we will ship worldwide. We also breed Colorpoints & Cornish Rex.

Telephone:

 

Email:

 [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.melkatz.com

Illinois

Name:

 

Wayne and Pat Summers

Cattery:

 

Summermorn

Location:

  Chicago area
 

Additional information: Breeding Siamese since 1983. Grand, Regional, and National winning lines. Kittens raised underfoot, and placed with vaccines, vet exam, and complete health guarantee. Will not ship.

Telephone:

 

Email:

 

[email protected]

Name:

 

Sandy Drummond & Theresa Hotz

Cattery:

 

Hotzkats

Location:

  Benton
 

We breed all 4 Colors. Health Guarantee Spay/Neuter Contract.

Telephone:

 

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 http://www.hotzcat.com/

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Maryland

Name:

 Barbara Contrera

Cattery:

 Pundit

Location:

 Rockville, Maryland
 

Additional information: We are a small cattery with over 30 years of breeding for health, temperament, and type. We have seal points, chocolate points and occasionally blue points bred from grand champion and RW lines. All are raised underfoot in our home. Also breed Oriental Shorthairs and Colorpoint Shorthairs from import lines for health and diversity. We prefer not to ship kittens.

Email :

 [email protected]

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Name:

 Heather Hahn

Cattery:

 Blue Eyes Cattery

Location:

 St. Mary's City
 

Additional information: We operate a holistic "green" cattery in order to give each kitten the healthiest possible start in life. We feed all our cats and kittens a grain-free, all natural diet to give them biologically appropriate nutrients without harmful additives, by-products, or fillers. We use natural, chemical free, biodegradable litter. Kittens are imprinted at birth and raised underfoot in our immaculate 6500 square foot home (not in cages). Our kittens are very friendly, outgoing, affectionate, and well socialized. Each kitten goes home with a kitten care package (wet and dry food, DVD with photos and videos of your kitten, etc). Spay/Neuter surgery is included (all cats/kittens are altered prior to placement). We breed for quality, not quantity. Grand Champion and Regional Winner lines. Imported lines. Written sales contract with written health guarantee. FeLV and FIV negative. All colors.

Telephone

 (240) 925-3058

Email :

 [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.MarylandSiamese.com

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Name:

 Carole Pulkowski

Cattery:

  Abha Siamese

Location:

 Westminster, MD
 

Additional Information: we are a small cattery in central Maryland.  Breeding to produce healthy, well socialized show type kittens for both pet and show homes. All kittens are raised underfoot with first inoculations, health check and guarantee, all pets sold with neuter/spay agreement.

Telephone:

 (908) 612-3874 (cell)

Email :

  [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.abha.siamese.com

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Michigan


Name:

 

Mischa Taylor

Cattery:

 

Sanura

Location:

 Jackson
 

Sanura Siamese breeds pedigreed Siamese cats (pet and show quality) in the 4 colors recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association. At times, we also offer breed quality cats to selected breeders. We focus on producing high quality, healthy cats with loving dispositions and physical beauty. Our cats are CFA registered and come with a health guarantee. Pets are spayed/neutered per purchase agreement. We offer Siamese at varying stages of life and/or show – including kittens, young adults, mature adults as well as retired breeding and show cats. We service all geographical areas.

Email:

 

[email protected]

Website:

 http://www.sanurasiamese.com

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Nevada

Name:

  Liz Armitage

Cattery:

  Sherona

Location:

  Las Vegas, NV
 

Additional Information: Additional Information: Grand, regional and national winning lines. All four colors available to approved homes, always with a contract requiring spay/neutering. Fully vaccinated and guaranteed for health and temperament.

Telephone:

  (702) 396-8365

Email:

  [email protected]

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Name:

 Ralph-Cindy Yanez

Cattery:

 Chocolado Siamese

Location:

 Las Vega, NV
 

Additional information: We are a small cattery breeding for 20 years and working with all four colors. Kittens may be available bred from grand champion, regional and national winning lines. Fully vaccinated and guaranteed for health and temperament. Please contact us for availability.

Email:

 [email protected]

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New Jersey

Name:

  Donna Fariello

Cattery:

  Lexidon

Location:

  Brick, NJ
 

Dedicated to breeding CFA registered Siamese for health, beauty & temperament from award winning lines. Seal, blue, chocolate & lilac points available with spay/neuter agreement. FeLV and FIV negative. Vet checked and health guarantee.

Telephone

  (732) 920-7668

Email:

  [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.lexidonsiamese.com/

New York

Name:

  Betsy Arnold, DVM

Cattery:

  Shera Len

Location:

  Rochester, NY
 

Additional Information: Breeding Siamese for over thirty years in all four colors. Kittens are tested  FeLV/FIV negative, vaccinated for FVRCP and Rabies & spayed or neutered. Complete health guarantee.

Telephone:

  (585) 227-3677

Email:

  [email protected]

Ohio

Name:

  Pat Maddox

Cattery:

  Pattam

Location:

  Southeastern Ohio
 

Additional Information: We ship, but prefer to place locally. Grand Champion lines. Regional Winner lines. Distinguished Merit lines. Specializing in seal & blue points, lilac points occasionally.

Telephone:

  (740) 452-5213

Email:

 [email protected]

Website:

  http://www.vistamania.com/pattam

Pennsylvania

Name:

  Kathi Hoos

Cattery:

  Blakewood

Location:

  South Central Pennsylvania
 

Additional Information: We are a small cattery we have only a few litters of Siamese, Colorpoint Shorthairs and Havana Browns each year. We raise kittens underfoot. Health guarantee and vet checked prior to leaving for new homes. We do not ship kittens. 

Email :

  [email protected]

Website:

 http://www.blakewoodcattery.net

Name:

 Tanyia Miller

Cattery:

  Premium

Location:

  Western Pennsylvania
 

Additional Information: We are a small Cattery located in Western PA, showing in the Tri-state area locally. We breed for health, temperament and as close to the CFA breed standard for beauty as possible. Our kittens & retirees come with all current innoculations & health guarantee. We will ship domestically & internationally. Please visit our website for more information.

Email :

 [email protected]

Website:

 http://premium-siamese-cats.com

South Carolina

Name:

 Carolyn Self

Cattery:

 Cirque

Location:

 

Charleston, SC (Lowcountry area)

 

Additional Information: A small cattery with kittens lovingly raised underfoot. Constant breeding goals are fabulous temperament, outstanding type and solid health in seal, blue, chocolate and lilac. Grand, Regional, National winning lines, as well as distinguished merit lines used. Kittens sold with spay/neuter agreement/contract. Occasionally, spayed/neutered retired adults available. Health guarantee. Will ship under certain circumstances, but prefer local placement. Contact for current availability.

Telephone:

 

(843) 697-2471 (leave message if no answer)

Email:

 [email protected]

Virginia

Name:

 Cheryl Matteo-Kerney, M.Ed., C.P.P.

Cattery:

 CherMa’Ki Siamese

Location:

 

Gloucester, Virginia (near Williamsburg)

 

Additional Information: We strive to create healthy, loving and beautiful Siamese in all four colors. Our handsome blue point male, Michelangelo achieved national recognition. CherMa’Ki Siamese are registered and shown in the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA), where we are members of the Siamese Breed Council. Our kittens are spayed/neutered before they leave our home. We will ship our kittens. Upon occasion, we have retired show Siamese available to adoring families.

Telephone:

 (804) 642-4293

Email:

 [email protected]

Website:

  http://www.chermaki.com

West Virginia

Name:

  Ed and Anne Marie Bingham

Cattery:

  Bleunote

Location:

  Huntington, WV
 

Additional Information: All colors available, health guaranteed.

Telephone:

  (304) 633-0279

Email:

  [email protected]

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What is a purebred Siamese?

In CFA, our Breed Council rules stipulate that a purebred Siamese cat eligible for registration in CFA must present an 8-generation pedigree that consists ONLY of registered Siamese. This means that on an 8-generation pedigree, each cat has only purebred, registered Siamese for its direct ancestors. In some other registering organizations, cats that show Colorpoint Shorthairs (tabby/lynx points, red/cream points, or tortie-points) or Oriental Shorthairs on their pedigrees are still registered as Siamese. This is called a phenotypical registry, or one where the cat is registered according to what it looks like, not according to the cats on its pedigree. In CFA, which is a pedigree-based registry, in addition to presenting a pure, 8-generation pedigree, a Siamese may only be seal point, blue point, chocolate point, or lilac point. These are the four classic colors of Siamese.

Why do CFA Siamese only come in four colors?

In addition to the above rules, for many decades, CFA has only accepted the four traditional, or classic, colors of seal point, blue point, chocolate point, and lilac point. These four colors are considered to be the only naturally occurring colors in the purebred Siamese. Patterns such as lynx or tortie, or solids such as red or cinnamon, are evidence of hybridization, and are thus not accepted. Cats exhibiting these colors are considered part of one of the hybrid breeds developed by using the Siamese initially.

What are some of these hybrid breeds?

The most common and popular hybrid breed of the Siamese is the Oriental. This breed, originally only in a shorthair version, was developed to imitate the Siamese in type and personality but to come in a myriad of colors and patterns. At the present time, there are well over 350 different color/pattern combinations possible in this breed. The longhaired version of this cat is called the Oriental Longhair and presents all the same color variations as does the Oriental Shorthair.

Another popular hybrid of the Siamese is the Colorpoint Shorthair. These cats also have the Siamese type and personality, but only come in lynx point, tortie point, and red/cream point (and in only the 4 classic Siamese colors, plus the red factor).

The Javanese is a longhaired version of the Colorpoint Shorthair, presenting the same colors and type, but it is a separate breed.

The Balinese is often mistakenly called a longhaired Siamese. It is a separate hybrid breed. It, too, imitates the Siamese type and personality, and comes only in the four classic Siamese colors.

The Tonkinese, which is a result of a cross between Siamese and Burmese, is a hybrid breed which bears little resemblance to the Siamese. It is a moderate cat midway between the two original breeds.

A truly distinguished breed

Our CFA Siamese have a long and valued history in the Cat Fancy. Ours is one of the oldest naturally occurring breeds and has historically been one of the most beloved. Our breed has contributed to the establishment of at least seven other breeds (the Ocicat and Havana Brown, while not true hybrid breeds, were developed by using Siamese, among others) and the Siamese has provided outcross support to others. This distinguished standing of the Siamese is what motivates CFA breeders to work to continue to maintain the sanctity of the breed's purity by insisting on the continuation of the 8-generation pedigree registration and being ever-vigilant in our efforts to protect our breed from the encroachment of those who don't respect or understand its contributions to the purebred cat world.

POINT SCORE

HEAD (20)

6 ... Long, flat profile
5 ... Wedge, fine muzzle, size
4 ... Ears
3 ... Chin
2 ... Width between eyes

EYES (10)

10 ... Shape, size, slant, and placement

BODY (30)

12 ... Structure and size, including neck
10 ... Muscle tone
..5 ... Legs and feet
..3 ... Tail

COAT (10)

COLOR (30)

10 ... Body color
10 ... Point color (matching points of dense color, proper foot pads and nose leather)
10 ... Eye color

GENERAL: the ideal Siamese is a medium sized, svelte, refined cat with long tapering lines, very lithe but muscular. Males may be proportionately larger.

HEAD: long tapering wedge. Medium in size in good proportion to body. The total wedge starts at the nose and flares out in straight lines to the tips of the ears forming a triangle, with no break at the whiskers. No less than the width of an eye between the eyes. When the whiskers are smoothed back, the underlying bone structure is apparent. Allowance must be made for jowls in the stud cat.

SKULL: flat. In profile, a long straight line is seen from the top of the head to the tip of the nose. No bulge over eyes. No dip in nose.

EARS: strikingly large, pointed, wide at base; continuing the lines of the wedge.

EYES: almond shaped. Medium size. Neither protruding nor recessed. Slanted towards the nose in harmony with lines of wedge and ears. Uncrossed.

NOSE: long and straight. A continuation of the forehead with no break.

MUZZLE: fine, wedge-shaped.

CHIN and JAW: medium size. Tip of chin lines up with tip of nose in the same vertical plane. Neither receding nor excessively massive.

BODY: medium size. Graceful, long, and svelte. A distinctive combination of fine bones and firm muscles. Shoulders and hips continue same sleek lines of tubular body. Hips never wider than shoulders. Abdomen tight.

NECK: long and slender.

LEGS: long and slim. Hind legs higher than front. In good proportion to body.

PAWS: dainty, small, and oval. Toes: five in front and four behind.

TAIL: long, thin, tapering to a fine point.

COAT: short, fine textured, glossy. Lying close to body.

CONDITION: excellent physical condition. Eyes clear. Muscular, strong, and lithe. Neither flabby nor boney. Not fat.

COLOR: Body: even, with subtle shading when allowed. Allowance should be made for darker color in older cats as Siamese generally darken with age, but there must be definite contrast between body color and points. Points: mask, ears, legs, feet, tail dense and clearly defined. All of the same shade. Mask covers entire face including whisker pads and is connected to ears by tracings. Mask should not extend over the top of the head. No ticking or white hairs in points.

PENALIZE: improper (i.e., off-color or spotted) nose leather or paw pads. Soft or mushy body. Visible protrusion of the cartilage at the end of the sternum under normal handling.

DISQUALIFY: any evidence of illness or poor health. Weak hind legs. Mouth breathing due to nasal obstruction or poor occlusion. Emaciation. Visible kink. Eyes other than blue. White toes and/or feet. Incorrect number of toes. Malocclusion resulting in either undershot or overshot chin. Longhair.

SIAMESE COLORS

SEAL POINT: body even pale fawn to cream, warm in tone, shading gradually into lighter color on the stomach and chest. Points deep seal brown. Nose leather and paw pads: same color as points. Eye color: deep vivid blue.

CHOCOLATE POINT: body ivory with no shading. Points milk-chocolate color, warm in tone. Nose leather and paw pads: cinnamon-pink. Eye color: deep vivid blue.

BLUE POINT: body bluish white, cold in tone, shading gradually to white on stomach and chest. Points deep blue. Nose leather and paw pads: slate colored. Eye color: deep vivid blue.

LILAC POINT: body glacial white with no shading. Points frosty grey with pinkish tone. Nose leather and paw pads: lavender-pink. Eye color: deep vivid blue.

Siamese allowable outcross breeds: none.

 

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Siamese kittens for sale near you

How to find Siamese kittens for sale?

Pets4You recommends that you buy Siamese kittens from Reputable Breeders who take pride in the health, genetic background, and purity of the lineage of the kitten you purchase. They will educate you and be available for future questions and assistance for the life of your pet. 

Please avoid Kitty Mills and Pet Stores!

Many register their breeds with some of the most recognized cat registries and exclusive clubs such as Cat Fanciers Association (CFA); Fédération Internationale Féline (FIFe); The International Cat Association (TICA); American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA), and others. Be sure to contact the breeders on this website for complete, reliable information.

Pets4You has verified the Siamese catteries and breeders you find listed here. You will find that the best breeders will provide a guarantee with their cats. They practice ethical breeding and perform all necessary early life veterinary care of their kittens. They also want to ensure that their cats are going to good homes. This information is available on the breeder's website within Pets4You.

It's often recommended that Siamese kittens stay with their mothers until they are at least 12 weeks old. While waiting until this age is important for a kitten's behavioral and social development, kittens sometimes can be separated from their mothers at an earlier age. As an average, breeders and/or catteries will offer kittens for sale at about 3 months old.

Every breed has different requirements, whether the space they must have or the care they need. If you are not certain yet, check out our essential Siamese info to find out everything about the Siamese.

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CFA Meet the Breeds Showcase with Joan Miller--Siamese

About the Siamese

SiameseSiamese have fascinated people around the world since they were first officially exported from Thailand, or, as it was known then, Siam, in the late 1800s. Their sleek lines, striking color contrast, finely chiseled aristocratic heads, deep blue almond eyes, and short silky coats make them living art. Combine this beauty with acute intelligence, inquisitive personality, and a loving nature, and you have the essence of the Siamese cat.

This ancient breed is able to communicate like no other. The Siamese voice is legendary. They speak both with their voice and with their body. They are the quintessential “people” cat, for they love to be in your lap, on your bed, at your table – and in your heart!

Seal points, still the best known of the four CFA Siamese colors, were the first to be recognized. With their seal brown, almost black extremities and their pale fawn bodies, they were sensational. While chocolate points, with creamy white bodies and milk chocolate legs, tail, mask, and ears did appear from time to time, it was the blue point that gained CFA recognition in 1934. The blue point has a bluish-white body with slate blue points. The chocolate point was recognized next. In 1955 the lilac point followed and completed the breed. The lilac point has pinkish grey points with a white body, which makes it most ethereal and delicate in color.

SiameseWhile color is a prominent feature in this breed, structure is also important. The Siamese is a study in length. From the start, the breed standard has called for a long, wedge-shaped head and elongated body lines. The muscular, tubular body is supported by long legs and graced by a long neck and tail. The short, silky, close lying coat accentuates the long lines perfectly.

The long Siamese head is delineated by an absolutely straight profile and well aligned chin. From the front, the outline of the face presents a smooth wedge with large ears that complete the wedge. The outstanding feature of the head is the pair of deep blue almond eyes which are set at a slant.

If you have been able to resist all the other attributes of this breed, the eyes will captivate you. They radiate intelligence and emotion.

It is believed that Siamese are descended from the sacred temple cats in Siam, now called Thailand. They made their appearance in the United States in 1878 when the American President received “Siam” as a gift from the American Consul in Bangkok. In 1884 a breeding pair of Siamese cats was brought to the UK by the British Consul-General in Bangkok as a gift for his sister. The breed soon spread to other parts of Europe and Asia and were appearing in English cat shows almost immediately and in American shows by the early twentieth century. Officially recognized by CFA in 1906, they are one of the original breeds of pedigreed cats.

SiameseWhen selecting a Siamese kitten, bear in mind that breeders usually make kittens available between twelve and sixteen weeks of age. After twelve weeks, kittens have had their basic inoculations and developed the physical and social stability needed for a new environment, showing, or being transported by air. Keeping such a rare treasure indoors, neutering or spaying, and providing acceptable surfaces (e.g. scratching posts) for the natural behavior of scratching (CFA disapproves of declawing or tendonectomy surgery) are essential elements for maintaining a healthy, long, and joyful life. Pricing on Siamese usually depends on type, applicable markings, and bloodlines distinguished by Grand Champion (GC), National or Regional winning parentage (NW or RW), or Distinguished Merit parentage (DM). For more information, please contact the Breed Council Secretary for this breed.

Sours: https://cfa.org/siamese/

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Siamese CatAt A Glance
Size:5-10 lbs (2.25-4.5 kg)

Grooming Needs:Very low

Activity Level:High

Social Needs:Very high; must have companionship at all times, human and/or pet

Associations:Siamese are accepted in all USA/Canadian cat registries.

About The SiameseSiamese are long, slinky cats with wedge-shaped heads, large ears, and brilliant blue eyes. They are recognized by all associations in four colorpoint colors - seal, chocolate, blue, and lilac. Other colors are classified by some associations as Colorpoint Shorthairs. Those looking for the more moderate, rounded style should consult the Thai/Traditional Siamesepage.

Siamese are athletic, playful, and sometimes too bold for their own good. They love to climb and be up high, whether that's on top of the bookcase or on a favorite person's shoulder. Full of opinions on every subject, they will have entire conversations with you as they are getting in the middle of whatever you're doing. Pet proofing is a must since they will get into everything, especially when hunting down favorite treats. Siamese do poorly being left alone and may become destructive; responsible owners who need to be away for periods will get at least one other cat of a similar activity level for company and play. Siamese are best kept in pairs, or more! Like all cats of its type, Siamese can be prone to dental issues.
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