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Physical Features:

The point coloration is a light-color body with darker extremities. This happens because the outer extremities are at a lower temperature than the body. An enzyme involved with melanin production called tyrosinase, present in Siamese due to their partial albinism, is only activated at cooler temperatures. This is also why Siamese cats in cool climates tend to have darker coats than warm climates. The traditional color points are as follows.

  • Seal point

  • Chocolate point

  • Lilac point

  • Blue point


The Siamese cat is an energetic and opinionated breed that loves human companionship. Their bright blue eyes radiate intelligence, and they love learning new things and exploring their environment.

While their elegant looks might make them untouchable, the Siamese cat is playful and quite a cuddle bug. They’re known as one of the most talkative cat breeds and will chat with you all night long if you let them.

Siamese cats are highly social and enjoy the company of other cats and people. These cats become attached to their humans and follow them like shadows. It’s best not to leave them alone for long periods, as they can become depressed or destructive with a lack of social interaction. Many people adopt two Siamese cats simultaneously to keep each other company.

These cats require daily play sessions and interactions with their humans to stay happy and healthy, both physically and emotionally. This means they’re not necessarily the most independent cats. Luckily, they are good playmates with children and other pets, especially when introduced to them as kittens.


Physical Features:

Ragdolls have stunning blue eyes and long, fluffy fur that does not mat easily. They come in six different colors and four patterns, which means you see lots of variety within the breed. Colors include cream, lilac, chocolate, blue, red, and seal. The traditional color points are as follows.

  • Bi-color (white and another solid color)

  • Van (white with tiny dots of color)

  • Mitted (white paws that look like mittens, often with white markings on the face and chest as well)

  • Colorpoint pattern (no white markings, but can be a solid color, lynx, tortoiseshell, or combination)


The Ragdoll cat is a charming breed that loves to spend time with their owner and will follow them anywhere. Playful yet calm and quiet, these cats make excellent cuddling companions, famous for going limp (just like, you guessed it, a rag doll!) when held.

Ragdoll cats are highly adaptable and easy-going, which makes them great for an indoor-only lifestyle. They’re ideal for urban homes without access to outdoor spaces, including apartments.

Ragdolls are laid-back and tolerant, enabling them to get along well with other cats, kittens, animals, and young children. They aren’t excessively demanding attention but love their human companions, so even busy families can enjoy these kitties.

Ragdoll Cat Grooming & Care:

The Ragdoll has a medium-length coat kept healthy with weekly brushing using a pin comb that reaches the skin and removes dead fur. They are excellent at keeping themselves clean, meaning they won’t need frequent bathing, but you will see an uptick in shedding, usually twice a year during the shedding season.

Brush them frequently as they change between their summer and winter coats to prevent matting, especially under their armpits. Like all cats, Ragdolls benefit greatly from twice-monthly nail trimming, regular teeth brushing, and yearly well-pet veterinary visits to stay happy and healthy. Introduce your kitten to these experiences at a young age, keeping the experience calm and positive.


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