We just adopted our third Siamese. Bear was our first Siamese Cat, a Blue Point, although we had other domestic cats. When we lost one of our domestic cats, Missy we adopted a Seal Point Siamese. She was a year old and not the talker that Bear was. I say was because we lost Bear in September of 2011. The vet believes that his gallblader had stopped working. Recently we adopted what we thought would be another Blue Point. The more I look at him and his paw colors I wonder if he is not a Lilac. Altough his nose has the color atributed to the Blue, his paws have the colors of a Lilac. This Siamese is very vocal. Especially right about bed time, when he is wanting to do his nightly prowling. He likes to get our Seal Point to join in the fun, yet she is more of a Princess and more quiet. She likes the lap and young boy is just starting to find out that laps and scratches are fun. We love our domestic cats, but there is something about a Siamese that will steal your heart!
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