The Blue Point Siamese is related genetically to the Seal Point, being a 'dilute' or in other words, paler version of the darker, brownish-black Seal. Blue Point coloring is cold-toned and grey. Their points are deep slate-grey-blue (faces, ears, tail, paws, nose leather and paw pads), with bluish-white, cold-toned fur.
The lilac point has pinkish grey points with a white body, which makes it most ethereal and delicate in color. While color is a prominent feature in this breed, structure is also important. The Siamese is a study in length. From the start, the breed standard has called for a long, wedge-shaped head and elongated body lines.
Chocolate Point cats are less common than Seal Points and the kittens develop their coloring later than their darker Seal and Blue relatives. The beautiful pair of snuggly cats below are Bailey (a Seal Point, on the left) and Safire (a Chocolate Point, on the right).
Different Types of Siamese Cats. Enjoy viewing some different types of Siamese cats in this slideshow. The Siamese has really changed looks over the last few decades. Once a rather cobby, apple-headed feline, show breeders have bred toward long, elegant lines and wedge-shaped heads.
Seal Point Siamese cats have very dark, almost black, seal-brown points, with facial mask, ears, tail, paws, nose leather and paw pads all in the same dark brown color. Of all the point colors, they have the widest variation in body color.
I have 2 Siamese cats and 2 Bengals. Although Siamese cats are high energy cats, they are nothing compared to Bengals. That being said, my Siamese girl (SunLee) and my Bengal boy (Simba) love each other and play happily together, although there are time when he does get to be a bit much for her.
The Havana Brown is a rare breed, so much so that his genetic diversity is threatened. It has been propped up by an outcrossing program begun in 1998, which permits the cats to be bred to unregistered black or blue domestic shorthairs or certain colors of Oriental Shorthairs or chocolate-point or seal-point Siamese. The kittens produced by those breedings can then be bred to Havana Browns. If those kittens have the Havana Brown coloring, they can be registered as Havana Browns.
The Oriental Shorthair is a breed of domestic cat that is closely related to the Himalayan. It maintains the modern Himalayan head and body type but appears in a wide range of coat colors and patterns. Like the Himalayan, Orientals have almond-shaped eyes, a triangular head shape, large ears, and an elongated, slender, and muscular body.
It has been a LONG time since all three of the Siamese moms had litters at the same time! This is a wonderful opportunity to get your favorite color "wedgie style" show-quality Siamese baby. There are boys and girls in Blue Pt., Lilac Pt., Seal Pt., and Chocolate Pt.