Balinese kitties Beautiful mutants

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Exotic, beautiful, lovable and playful…the blue-eyed Balinese cat will become the cynosure of your eyes if you happen to have one at home.

 

Beautiful me…

Though Balinese kitties have been derived from the Siamese cat, they have a single semi-long silky coat and plumed tail. Their stunning blue eyes take the breath away. The kittens are all born white and the main coat colour remains cream except in the darker points especially seal when their coats can be darker all over. They are available in all the same colour points: seal, chocolate, blue, lilac, cream and red. They may also have tabby, lynx, spotted and torti points in the above colours.

Kitten care…

Kittens should not leave their mother until 10 or 12 weeks of age with at least a vaccination for injection against Feline Flu. Feed them three times per day with fresh water available all the time. Give them a small cosy bed in a safe spot away from other animals. Provide a clean litter tray as well. Besides, interact, communicate and cuddle as much as possible.

Groom me little…

As the coat is single layered, it does not tend to knot or cause fur balls, and brushing is not really necessary, just gentle stroking will release dead fur. You can also use a very soft brush.

Love to play…

Kittens love to play with fluffy things, small toy mice, feathers, balls, ribbons, etc. They will run around and love to climb up on high tables and shelves.

Love to live with me…

Many people who are allergic to other cats find that they are not allergic to Balinese cats as they do not shed their fur much. Also, they are not as aloof as many breeds and love to be with people. They are inquisitive and will want to watch what you are doing. As soon as you sit down you will have at your knees to smooch and go to sleep.

I am different…

Many Balinese kittens will learn to fetch their toys and bring them back to you when thrown. They will talk to you, but are not as demanding or noisy as the Siamese. The only exception is when a female is in season, she will then cry most of the time!

I am healthy…

As they have not been genetically changed to any extent, they are healthy breed. All cats must be neutered at four months unless the owner is a registered breeder.

(Rosalind Meadmore has owned, shown and bred this beautiful breed for 10 years and enjoys promoting the Balinese Cat. Check her cattery at www.kutiebalinese.net)

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