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Siamese - Tortie Pointed

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History

To read about the full history of the Siamese cat click here. The Tortie pointed variation of the Siamese was the first colour variation to be granted official status in the late 1960s in the UK. A random genetic mutation cause the points to have a mottled look with colours of red, cream, and apricot being present.

Behaviour

To read about the Siamese behaviour click here.

Varieties

Tortie point colours including blue, chocolate, lilac, seal, caramel, cinnamon and fawn.

Breed Details

  • Status: Common
  • Place of Origin: UK
  • Rough date of Origin: 1960s
  • Hair length: Shorthair
  • Activity Level: High
  • Vocalness: High
  • Child friendly: Good with children
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  • Playfullness: Playfull
  • Grooming Requirements: Less than once per week
  • Weight: 2.5 - 5.5kg
  • Size: Medium
  • House Cat or Outdoor Cat: House Cat
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A Ball Of Energy!!!!! -

I have a 7 week old Tortie Point mind you I have all my life had Siamese kittens cats I had a family of 7 Siamese grandmother 2d.aughters 2 sons 2 grand daughters all wore born at my home ,so I know how kittens can be full of energy ,But this one here the Tortie Point I think he is Hyperactive and if he doesn't grow out of it ,Him or me will need some meds.I have never seen anything like it.But at the same time he is the smartest loving effectionate little boy.We wouldn't trade him for the world .He has a forever home with us even if we are all on meds.lol

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