If you’re new to being a cat owner, you may be curious about the ins and outs of what happens next. New cat owners ask when their cute kitten will stop growing or how big they will grow.
If you have a Siamese cat, we have a reasonably comprehensive answer for you, discussing when they stop growing or how large they become and what to expect in each stage of growth.
Read on to find out all the details about your cat’s development and growth and especially to find out when do Siamese cat stops growing.
Siamese cats will typically stop growing after 10 to 12 months, although some outliers do continue growth for a few months after this.
A Siamese cat, much like the average American shorthair, grows to be between 13 and 16 inches long and 11 inches tall.
A Siamese cat is not considered a “large” cat. Siamese cats are typically “thin” in appearance.
This is the time of full mobility and exploration, and while they are very capable of moving about, they are not quite yet adults.
Siamese cats are notoriously fussy when it comes to eating – it comes with the Siamese personality.
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