We are a small cattery raising all of our kittens in house and lovingly socializing them for their forever homes. We handle all kittens from the time of birth and they are raised around children, so they are well adjusted and affectionate. We offer some of the most beautiful and sought after Traditional Siamese and Balinese kittens in United States. We are located in Illinois and offer local pick up as well as shipping within the United States.
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In this section I have included information about various types to help you differentiate between the Applehead, old-
The profile of the Applehead Siamese is a more stocky, big-
The profile of the classic Siamese is a more elegant athletic muscular shaped body and is just as healthy as the Applehead Siamese and the old-
The profile of the old-
Although, I do not sell the wedge Siamese cat, I thought that it is necessary to describe it. The wedge Siamese is far more elongated and more extreme in body type and much smaller in size than the Traditional. The name wedge derives from the wedge-
Picture of Grand Champion KOBLIZEK’S MEWSICAL PIPER OF SAHJA seal point Siamese, belonging to SAHJA Siamese, profiles a V shaped head from tip of nose to ears.
SEAL POINT SIAMESE: All Siamese cats descended from Seal Point, the Dominant and the darkest of all four basic colors. The Seal Point is almost Black, dark brown in color. The younger have lighter bodies than the older cats. Body is pale fawn and shaded on shoulders and back. The points include facial mask, ears, legs, feet and tail. All Siamese kittens are born white. The original Royal Cat of Siam was the Royal Seal and is described as what is now known as the Seal Point Siamese, the first variety of Siamese to gain recognition. Most sorted and prized is the Seal Point, considered a royal color, and is said to be most Siamese. While other colors were slowly introduced they took some time to be accepted. The Blue Point was the next variety after the seal to gain recognition. Chocolate was the third and lastly, Lilac. Therefore, for many decades, these colors were the only recognized varieties of the Siamese type. The Red Point variety is one of the more recent additions followed closely by the Tabby. Although some associations recognize the Red Point, Lynx and Tortie Points as being within the Siamese Class, CFA and other registries list them as a separate breed known as Color Points. Most Fanciers support the theory that only the four basic colors, are truly Siamese. The others are hybrids or man-
Nose leather is jet black color or Seal brown. Paw pads are jet black. Can also appear seal brown in color.
COLOR POINTS, PAW PADS NOSE LEATHER
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BLUE POINT SIAMESE: is a diluted color of Seal. Slate Blue and silver in color. Body is a pale shaded gray blue, not beige.
Nose leather is a grey color. Paw pads are a Slate grayish color.
CHOCOLATE POINT SIAMESE: is a variation of the Seal point. They are milk or dark chocolate in color and the body is cream/white with some or no shading. Seen in picture below is a Sweet Bitter (Dark) Chocolate Point.
Nose leather is a chocolate brown color. Paw pads are peachee/cinnamon pink with a brownish tint.
LILAC POINT SIAMESE: are dilutes of chocolate points. They are known as Frost points in some parts of the States. Points are a light frosty grey with a pinkish tone. Their bodies are glacial white and are lightly shaded.
Nose leather is lavender pink in color. Paw pads are Pinkish in color.
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