Lynx Point Siamese Cats

Why Everybody Wants One

As one of the most desirable types of Siamese, a Lynx Point will be a fine addition to your household.

Here’s what you need to know about the Lynx Point Siamese, its personality, features, and the surprising fact that, scientifically speaking, it’s not a breed at all.

Here are 13 things to know about the Lynx Point Siamese Cat

Classified as a Siamese, the Lynx Point is a laid-back, very relaxed cat that displays lovely patterns and colors, bright eyes, and a friendly personality.

What is a Lynx Point Siamese Cat?

Lynx Point Siamese cats live a really long time – 15-20 years on average. This is pretty long for a cat, and they often live longer, given a relatively calm and healthy life.


The Siamese personality is one of legend. Intelligent, affectionate, even “passionate” if you apply a human trait. The best of these, coupled with the best of the tabby, seems to have benefited the Lynx Point.


Lynx Points aren’t inherently aggressive. They certainly are not as reactive as traditional Siamese. But they are somewhat independent and strong-minded.

Are Lynx Point Siamese Cats Aggressive?

Lynx Points are very curious. They are easily distracted, so much so that they can actually wander off and possibly forget where they came from.

Are Lynx Points Outdoor Cats?

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