11 Things to Know About Flame Point Siamese Cats

A Flame Point Siamese cat results from breeding a Siamese and an American Tabby Shorthair cat.

Its white or cream body and red-pointed nose, paws, ears, and tail are easily recognizable. But, what else do you know about this uniquely colored kitty?

If you’re thinking of adopting a Flame Point Siamese cat, read these fascinating facts below to see if this popular and fiery cat is a good fit for your home.

What’s even rarer is finding a female Flame Point Siamese. The majority of Flame Points found today are male, with only about a quarter of them being female.

They Are a Rare Breed

With rarity comes prosperity (to ‌breeders) because this breed is quite expensive. You can expect to pay anything from $400 to $2000.

They Cost a Pretty Penny

There is something else quite remarkable about their coats. The red splashes of color can sometimes change in vibrancy.

They Have a Vibrant Coat in Shades of Red

Siamese cats are a domestic breed that originated in Thailand. Their name comes from the country which, up until 1939, was officially named Siam.

History of the Flame Point Siamese & Their Claim to Flame

The average lifespan of the Flame Point Siamese is about the same at 15 years. However, they can live for a few years longer than that with proper care.

Life Expectancy of a Flame Point

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