I'm not to sure about this but I think that they got their name because Siamese, or conjoined, twins look the same, and every Siamese cat look more or less the same as each other.
it is actually because the Siamese cat originated in siam, which is now Thailand.
Siam in Thailand
it's commonly believed that they originated in Thailand around the 14th century. For a long time, many Siamese cats had crossed eyes and crooked, kinked tails. Siamese cats were treasured by royal families in Thailand. One of the earliest known owners of a Siamese cat was actually U.S. President Rutherford B. Haye's wife, Lucy—which means Siamese cats have a history in the White House, too. Her Siamese cat, named Siam, was a gift from a U.S. diplomat serving in Thailand.
yes they are very rare but they are not the rarest
It is a subsepecies of cat, such as the Siamese cat
if your talking about cats what you could have is allergies towards cats or have asma etc. if your talking about cats what you could have is allergies towards cats or have asma etc.
Siamese cats have a reputation for being cross eyed.
The ancestors of Siamese cats come from Thailand. Modern Thai "alley cats" are very similar to the Siamese breed, and were bred with the Siamese to produce the "Traditional/Old-Style Siamese", otherwise known as the Thai cat.
Siamese cats are not supposed to eat wool
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Siamese cats are sometimes referred to as Meezers because this is the last syllable of the word Siamese. This is often used a affectionate term used by fans of Siamese cats.
Snowshoe cats are a variant of Siamese cats. Like all cats, they are mammals.
Siamese cats are mammals.
I'm sorry, but are you trying to say you eat Siamese cats?! Cute, little helpless Siamese cats? And to answer your question, I really don't know.
My grandma told me the legend about Siamese cats when we first got my cat, as the name suggests Siamese cats are from Siam which is now Thailand. There was a princess a looooooooooooooooong time ago who lived with lots of Siamese cats. The princess desperately tried to put rings on its tail to signify that it was a royal cat, but it didn't work. So at birth they would twist the cat's tail to curve it at the edge so the rings wouldn't fall off, that's how you know how Siamese cats are purebreed.
NO! I think the name SIAMese gives you a good clue as to their origin. They come from Siam, which is now called Thailand
Yes, Siamese cats have very short, fine hair.