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How long do Siamese seal point live?

How long do Siamese seal point live?

As its name suggests, Siamese cat originated from Thailand (formerly known as Siam). Its Thai name means ‘ moon diamond’. Siamese cats live up to 15 years on average, some can reach 20 years old. People loves Siamese cats because they are sociable, playful and entertaining.

Is Seal point A Siamese?

The Siamese is a natural breed, which means their coat pattern was the result of a genetic mutation. There are four different Siamese cat types– seal point, chocolate point, blue point, and lilac point. Each of these types is generally identical in personality—they are simply four different color variations.

How did the Seal Point Siamese cat become popular?

After the original Seal Points Siamese made their way to the western world, they became incredibly popular. Thus started the breeding of this beautiful cat. Throughout the breeding, the slender, almond head became the most popular body type for cat fanciers. Also, through this breeding other colors started to arise.

How long can a seal point Cat Live?

Seal points can only make it as show cats for only less than two years because their bodies start to become too dark for show standards. The darkening also depends on the climate or even how cool or warm you keep your house. If the seal point lives in a warmer climate his body will stay lighter than if he was in a cold climate.

Who was allowed to own a seal point cat?

In fact, the only people who were allowed to own these cats at the time were members of the royal clan. So, Seal Points already had a big role in royalty and temple life. To our surprise, even one of the cats at the time was chosen to be the receiver of what houses the soul of a deceased person.

Are there any cats with Seal Point markings?

Merely mentioning seal-point cats conjures up images of Siamese cats. While it is true that Siamese cats and their mixes seem to have cornered the market on a coat with seal-point markings, the stunning coloration is found on quite a few cat breeds.