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About the Breed - Balinese

  • Personality
    The Siamese and the Balinese might differ in coat length, but beneath the skin they are identical. Balinese are extremely fond of their people. They like to be “helpful” and will follow you around and supervise your every move. When you are sitting down, a Balinese will be in your lap, and always by your side. A Balinese is perhaps not quite as loud as his relative the Siamese, but he is most definitely just as loving and affectionate .The Balinese is highly intelligent, and they love to play.  Never leave him without any form of entertainment, or you will likely come home to find that he has reprogrammed your DVR to record only nature shows or at the very least decided that your toilet paper rolls and tissue boxes look better empty. Do not get a Balinese if living with a chatty busybody would drive you insane. On the other hand, if you enjoy having someone to talk to throughout the day, the Balinese can be your best friend. Just be sure you have time to spend with this demanding and social cat. Balinese don’t mind staying home during the day while you go off to earn money to buy cat food and toys, but they will expect you to devote time to them when you are at home. It can be smart to get two of them so they can keep each other company. Choose a Balinese if you look forward to spending time with and interacting with your cat. This is a loyal and loving breed. 
  • Care
    The fine, silky coat of the Balinese is easily cared for. Comb it once or twice a week with a stainless steel comb to remove dead hair.  A bath is rarely necessary. Brush the teeth to prevent periodontal disease. Daily dental hygiene is best, but weekly brushing is better than nothing. .
  •  The Balinese comes in the same point colors as the Siamese: seal, chocolate, blue and lilac. The eyes are always a deep, vivid blue. 
  • Children And Other Pets
    The active and social Balinese is a perfect choice for families with children and cat-friendly dogs. They  will play fetch as well as any retriever, learn tricks easily and loves the attention they receive from family members. 


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About the breed - Siamese

  • Personality
    Perhaps the most important thing to know about these cats is they are talkative and opinionated. They will tell you exactly what they think, in a loud, raspy voice, and they expect you to pay attention. Siamese cats are extremely fond of people. They like to be “helpful” and will follow you around and supervise your every move. When you are sitting down, a Siamese will be in your lap, and at night they will most likely be in bed with you. Do not get a Siamese if living with a chatty busybody would drive you insane. On the other hand, if you enjoy having someone to talk to throughout the day, the Siamese can be your best friend. Siamese don't love you to be gone for long periods, and if you work during the day it can be smart to get two of them so they can keep each other company, or plenty of active toys. The Siamese is highly intelligent, agile, athletic, and loves to play. Keep their busy brain active with puzzle toys and his body exercised with teaser toys that they can chase and a big cat tree they can climb. Choose a Siamese cat if you look forward to spending time with and interacting with your cat. This is a loyal and loving breed. 
  • They come in  four colors: seal point, a pale fawn to cream body with deep seal brown points and deep brown nose leather and paw pads; chocolate point, an ivory body with milk chocolate-colored points and cinnamon-pink nose leather and paw pads; blue point, a bluish-white body with deep blue points and slate-colored nose leather and paw pads; and lilac point, a glacial white body with frosty pinky-gray points and lavender-pink nose leather and paw pads. The International Cat Association allows for a range of colors beyond the four point colors recognized by CFA. They include tabby points, red points, cream points, silver tabby points, smoke points and particolor points. The Traditional Cat Association recognizes two types of Siamese, the Traditional and the Classic, both with a very different look than the modern Siamese recognized by CFA, TICA and other cat associations. The TCA’s Traditional Siamese has a round head and a big-boned, rounded body. 
  • Children And Other Pets
    The active and social Siamese is a perfect choice for families with children and cat-friendly dogs.