There Are Reasons Why Siamese Cat Is All Time Favorite
Siamese cat has been one of the oldest and popular breeds for all time. Siamese and Abyssinian have a lot in common. They both love humans and love to interact with us. From their distinctive looks to their personality, we will look into 5 major reasons why they enrich our lives and makes us happier.
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1. Noble Sapphire-Blue Eyes
Their sapphire blue eyes give you an impression that they are noble. They come from Siam where we now know as Thailand. As they’ve been bred as a symbol of nobility, it’s no wonder their eyes carry that quality with dignity.
Put aside the sense of nobility, their sapphire blue eyes reminds us of the Aegean sea or the Blue Grotto which is a sea cave on the coast of the island of Capri, southern Italy. Looking into those eyes gives us beautiful blue refreshing reflexion to our eyes and mind.
2. Sociable and Affectionate
Being smart and demanding makes Siamese love to interact with the human in great quantity. They try to involve whatever their human is doing and they love it.
They can make a great companion to single in this sense, also, their sociable nature makes a wonderful companion with children, too. So either you live alone or with someone, they can adapt and add great value to your life.
Just like Abyssinian is genuinely curious, so is Siamese. They love to explore and entertain themselves by opening shelves, drop anything on the desk…etc
This quality is what keeps them lively, so you make an ample time to play with them or provide them with puzzle toys, or you can even train him to fetch!
They are pretty smart and that intelligence requires some entertainment for them. Anyone can play with them running around together makes them grateful for you and you can have a benefit of staying fit.
4. Very Loyal
Siamese is loyal and loving feline who will pout and pine if given little or no attention. They love to interact with humans very much. Some of them are good in
vocal communication and try to have the conversation with you.
Even if you don’t understand exactly what they say, you’d be a better communicator with them once you understand their body language as well as their tone of their voice. The better communication leads even better and stronger bond between your Siamese and you.
5. Long-lived Breed
Whoever loves his pets wants them to live as long as they can in a healthy state. Not a few Siamese can live into their 20’s. To keep them healthy, you can take control of their food so they can stay away from obesity.
And make sure to provide them activity such as toys to keep them entertained. Even better you play with them a lot and that richly rewards both you and your Siamese health.
Siamese offers so many wonderful qualities. Their Attractive eyes and lean, athletic body always amaze us.
Siamese and Abyssinians have a lot in common. They both are highly intelligent and endlessly curious. They love to play and explore with always a fresh mind.
Don’t you think these personalities are something we would like to see in people as well? No wonder they make a great companion!
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