Lily – Male Lynx Point Siamese
He is good with cats and dogs.
Lily is extremely talkative and loves to be affectionate.
Because Lily likes a lot of attention, he’ll be happiest in a home where his people have a lot of free time.
He loves to play, so keep a lot of catnip toys, cat wands and ribbons on hand.
If you’d like to know more about Lily, contact Pammy’s Second Chance Rescue using the form below.
Read on to learn more about the Lynx Point courtesy of The Siamese Cat Spot.
Lynx Point Siamese cats get their distinctive look from crosses between Siamese and tabbies. Breeding began in the 1940s but did not become serious until 20 years later. These cats have well defined stripes around their eyes and cheeks as well as ringed legs and tails. Their bodies are generally pale but, like many Siamese, darken with age which makes their stripes more distinctive. They come in a rainbow of colors with cinnamon, caramel, apricot, cream, and red as well as the four major point colors
Cat associations classify the lynxes in different ways. The American Cat Fanciers Association refers to them as Lynx Color Point Shorthairs while the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy in the UK call them Tabby Point Siamese.
Though not as talkative as the standard Siamese, Lynx Points are playful, loyal and intelligent as well as strikingly beautiful.