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How to look after a Siamese | Kellyville Pets

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This comprehensive care guide will show you how to look after a Siamese with some easy steps

Fast Facts:

How long will my Siamese live? 14-18 years

What will my cats energy levels be like? High

How big will my Siamese grow? 3-7kg 

What amount will my Siamese shed? Low

Siamese Temperament

Siamese are a very intelligent, affectionate and social breed. Often referred to as ‘extroverts’ they thrive of the attention of their owner, or companionship of another Siamese. Being such a social cat, they don’t cope well with being left alone for extended periods of time, and can occasionally suffer from depression due to a lack of interaction.

Siamese are the most vocal of all cat breeds, having a unique deep and loud voice. They have a tendancy to bond closely to one particular person and will constantly demand attention and affection. Siamese are often described as ‘dog-like’ as they often enjoy playing fetch and are extremely loyal to their owners.

Siamese Health Issues

Vestibular Disease: A relatively minor genetic problem to do with the inner ear which can display symptoms of disorientation, head tilting or loss of balance.

Psychogenic Alopecia: Obsessive licking which results in bald patches. Usually brought on by boredom or anxiety.

Upper Respiratory Infection: More common in young cats, and similar to colds in humans. Will often result in sneezing, and can be prevented through vaccinations.


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CARE GUIDE © Copyright 2016 Kellyville Pets - All information found in this care guide is based upon our own experience. The information provided is not the only information available. In any medical situations,  you should always consult your vet, including questions regarding your pet's diet.