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Kittens & Cats Available

We have a kitten available from a singleton litter. See photo to the right.

This little boy just turned 11 weeks old as of July 1, 2022. He's a seal point, which means his point color will be a blackish brown color, his body a sort of light beige color, and his eyes forever blue.

His mother is Annapurna of Sarsenstone and his father Saifaamongkorn of Sarsenstone. Both parents are direct imports from Thailand. With parents from the mother country, you usually get greater health and the old-fashioned look, but there are also often show faults. This little guy has two show faults, white toes and a visibly kinked tail, so he's defintely not going to have a show career. But he's got a personality to die for, and will make someone a terrific companion and ambassador for the Siamese breed.

He's extremely playful and talkative. He's not particularly loud normally, but you can sure hear him if his breakfast is late or someone accidentally locked him by himself in a bedroom or closet. He lets you know! He's purry and cuddly, preferring to sleep right up against his humans at night. We anticipate high intelligence, since his father is notorious for his engineering feats, and his mother the Mistress of Manipulation.

Here's a short video of the kitten in action:

Closeup photos tend to make kittens look larger than they are. So, fyi, the kitten is currently 2 1/2 pounds, and we think he will be slightly on the small side for a male when he's grown. I'd estimate he will weigh about 9 or 9 1/2 pounds at maturity.

Regardless of body size, with a Siamese you can be sure of getting a big brain (always up to mischief) and a loving heart.
Thai Siamese kitten, 10 weeks old

For general information see the Terms page, or you may contact
Dr. Cris Bird.
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