You’re bound to hear someone talk about the Lynx Point Siamese in a discussion about beautiful cats.
It’s a cat so adored by fans that some claim it is the most coveted cat in the world.
It certainly is a desirable specimen, both in appearance and in personality. It is the kind of cat that seems to enhance the tranquility and peace of your home.
The Lynx Point displays lovely patterns, colors, and bright eyes. They are also naturally gentle, quiet, laid-back, and one of the most friendly cat breeds.
Lynx Points are classified as Siamese, but the breed’s accidental origin has unfortunately meant that there is technically no such thing as a Lynx Point Siamese.
On average, Lynx Point Siamese cats live a long time, 15–20 years. Compared to how long cats live, this is pretty lengthy for a cat.
They’re easily spotted by the characteristic ‘M’ marking on their forehead, thanks to their tabby genetics.
The Siamese personality is one of the legends. They are Intelligent, affectionate, and even “passionate” if you apply a human trait.
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