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.
With rarity comes prosperity (to breeders) because this breed is quite expensive. You can expect to pay anything from $400 to $2000.
There is something else quite remarkable about their coats. The red splashes of color can sometimes change in vibrancy.
Siamese cats are a domestic breed that originated in Thailand. Their name comes from the country which, up until 1939, was officially named Siam.
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.
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