Siamese Kittens

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The Siamese is a long, elegant cat. The body is long, the neck is long, the legs and tail are long. The breed is medium-sized but nicely muscled. … The beauty of the Siamese cat is the look of the slender body, the blue eyes and the contrast between the color on the body and the darker color of the extremities.

If you are new to having Siamese kittens, you may be interested or even perplexed by your cat’s development.

The Siamese cat grows slowly.
It will reach sexual maturity at six months of age but will not reach its full height and weight until it is one year old.

Siamese cats live long lives between 15 to 20 years.

Siamese Kittens Growth: Birth to 6 Months

The first six months of your kitten’s life will be filled with the most physical growth.
During these crucial months, your siamese kittens requires close monitoring of its weight gain and positive reinforcement of acceptable behaviors.

His personality will develop quickly, making him unique to his littermates.

Siamese Kittens at Birth

At birth, the siamese kittens will be completely white or cream in color.
The markings will begin to appear after the first week or so.
The Siamese kitten is completely white due to a mutation of the tyrosinase gene that causes partial albinism that inhibits coloration in body temperature above 98 degrees.

The kitten’s eyes will be sealed, and its ears will be folded for the next two weeks.
During this time, the kitten is completely reliant upon its mother for:

  • Warmth
  • Food
  • Care

Your Siamese kittens will weigh around 3 ounces and measure about 3 inches long.
But, it will rapidly grow and should gain one fourth to one half an ounce per day until it is weaned.

Safe toys

Siamese kittens are very active compared to the other breeds hence there is a need to keep them busy or entertained.
It is advisable to select some good quality safe toys for your kitten.

Vaccinations

Once you get home a kitten, the first thing to note is finding a good vet.
In the initial year of the kitten, it is recommended to take your kitten to the vet for all the necessary health check-ups and vaccinations.

You can search online for a vet around your area or also ask the breeder for recommendations.

Select the vet that has a good reputation.