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Singapura Cat Behavior,Personality,feeding.


History
Singapura cat is the native of Singapore. They are a combination of both the ticked coat pattern and the dark brown color. Earlier these cats were not given much attention but when they started becoming nuisance they were severely dealt with. The breed was brought into the U.S. in the early 1970s by Hal and Tommy Meadow. Singapura breeders developed this breed and in 1982 this breed was accepted for registration by CFA. Singapura was given championship status in 1988.

Appearance
The Singapura is a small, shorthaired cat with remarkably large eyes and ears. They have a moderately stocky and muscular body. Eyes may be hazel, green or yellow colored. They have a rounded skull with broad muzzle and blunt nose.

Personality
Singapura are known as "pesky people cat". They are extrovert, inquisitive and playful. They are very intelligent and interactive. They have a very soft voice.


Singapura Cat
Singapura Cat

The Singapura is a moderately stocky and muscular small to medium-sized cat, with a very short and fine coat. A full grown female usually weighs 5-6 pounds while the male weighs 6-8 pounds. The large, slightly pointed and deep cupped ears together with the large almond shaped eyes are a characteristic of the breed. The tail is slender, slightly shorter than the length of the body and has a blunt tip.

The breed's coat pattern is that of a ticked tabby. That is, individual hair strands have alternating sections of dark and light color, typically two dark bands separated by two light bands, with a dark color at the tip. The underside, including the chest muzzle and chin takes the color of the light bands. The Singapura is recognized by cat registries in only one color, the sepia agouti, described as "dark brown ticking on a warm old ivory ground color".

   
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