Smallest cat breed
Singaporean cat (Singapore) is the smallest breed of cats, as well as an energetic companion who wants to help you with everything that you do. In 1991, the Singapore government recognized cats as a living national treasure.
Singapore have a unique light beige color, something like a cougar. The tail is of normal length, the legs are very small, the body is muscular. The eyes may be brown, green, or yellow, but mature eye color is not predictable in kittens. Many veterinarians, seeing these cats for the first time, tend to think that something is wrong with the kitten because of the very small size. A Singaporean cat develops slowly growing to adult sizes between the ages of about 15 to 24 months. The Singaporean cat is very muscular and energetic, although it is the smallest cat breed in the world. The weight of an adult cat is not more than 3 kg, and cats – 2 kg. Growth – 15-20 cm.
Singaporean cats are smart and interactive personalities. These are affectionate cats that love to be with people. Vitally active, gentle, playful cat with a soft, gentle voice, gets along well with other cats. Despite its small size, Singapore generates a lot of heat. They tend to climb on a hill. Singaporean cats are energetic and playful, love to be in the spotlight.