Siamese Cat = What a cat thinks about…

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The Siamese cat plays at being

Inscrutable

Aloof and noble.

This temple cat

He’s smarter than you.

A wild one!

Play along will ya?

Lady get a clue!

🔹🔹🔹🔹

For all the cat lovers… a little fun with photos. Siamese cats were known for living in and guarding the temples in the country of Thailand. I have read stories in the news of Siamese cats that have thwarted burglars by attacking them. Siamese can be very aloof. They have a habit of talking. I have known a few Siamese cats in my life. Each one distinctly unique in personality. (Of course.)

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen.

Have a playful day wherever you may be.

© CKatt 2018

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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3 Responses to Siamese Cat = What a cat thinks about…

  1. RonaldEWalker@aol.com says:

    Our first cat, Tshoka [and kittens — two litters] was a seal point who did everything with us, including sleep and play fetch. In fact, she taught two subsequent cats to fetch as well. She used to perch on the shower bar and watch us shower. One morning she was sitting up there when I got out of the shower. She looked a little precarious and I put my hands up to coax her down. She leapt down with all claws extended  and slid down my bare chest leaving me with a whole painful set of bleeding scratches. After that, we kept her nails trimmed. About that Siamese temple guardian thing: when we talked with the breeder about that behavior, he told us the full story. The cats would sleep on the inside door crown at night. When they were awakened by the sound of a prowler, they would extend their claws and leap on the prowler’s back, pretty much the way Tshoka did to me. The combination of pain and fright usually did the job.  Tshoka was short for Tshokaladnaya Koshka — “chocolate kitty.” She lived close to 20 years. RON

  2. leggypeggy says:

    I had a cat that was part Siamese. What a character she was, and very talkative.

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