Character: the cats are curious but calm, affectionate but not clingy, and very smart. They can be shy at first, but they are playful and loving once they feel comfortable. While they are happy living with families and even other pets, They tend to form a deep connection with only one person.
ABOUT THIS CAT BREED
The Singapura cat is a small breed with a big personality. This micro-sized kitty—the smallest breed of domestic cats—is known for its love of being in the middle of the action and thriving on attention. Read on for more Singapura cat information if you’re considering adopting one of these playful pets.
Cat Association Recognition:
The Cat Fancier’s Association, The International Cat Association, the American Association of Cat Enthusiasts, American Cat Fanciers Association, Canadian Cat Association
Prevalence: Relatively rare
While it might be the Singapura’s unique looks that first interest you in the breed, it will be her personality that makes this breed a favorite family pet.
The breed is medium-sized but nicely muscled.
“It’s a powerful, assertive cat with a lot of personalities,” Iris Tanner, a Cat Fanciers’ Association cat judge told Animal Planet. “Don’t just think of it as the little cat.”
The Singapura is the smallest domestic cat breed, with adult females weighing as little as four pounds. Males weigh more but top out at just eight pounds. The Singapura cat‘s diminutive size isn’t the only notable physical characteristic of the breed. She is also known for her saucer-sized eyes outlined in black, her oversized ears, and her unique coloring.
The breed comes in only one color—a singular, sepia-toned coat created by hair that has at least two bands of dark ticking separated by light bands, ending with a dark tip. Meanwhile, the cat’s muzzle, chin, chest, and stomach should be the color of unbleached muslin, according to a description from The Cat Fanciers’ Association.