Balinese Cat Temperament and Lifespan

If you are single and have decided to get a cat, the Balinese breed is exactly what you need. Balinese is very devoted to his master. It is very clever and obedient. You can easily train your pet some commands . This cat is very talkative. It will meet you from the work and help in all your affairs. Balinese is a very playful and active breed, so you should provide a space for games and lots of toys for your cat. This cat does not like being alone, so do not leave them for a long time.

Usually cats quickly master the new place and become the masters of the apartment. It treats each member of the family in different ways. Individual behavior towards everyone is a very unusual fact.

Average life expectancy of Balinese is 12 - 14 years old, but some cats live up to 18-22 years.

How Much Does a Balinese Cat Cost and Price Range

The cost of Balinese will depend upon the age of cat, geographical location, the breeder and the quality. Be ready to spend from $500 to more than $2,000 for the cat.

Pedigree, show quality kittens are going to be near $2,000.

Balinese Cat Colors, Shedding, Full Size and Average Weight

Physical features of the Balinese breed is almost identical to the Siamese breed, except the wool. Balinese breed for a long time has been known as Siamese with a long-hair. Size of Balinese cat is rather small. But it is very slim, elegant and strong. The body is elongated. Shoulders, chest and rump are the same in width. The limbs are long, hind legs are higher than the front. Eyes are almond. Eye color is blue or dark-blue. Ears are big and triangular. The tail is thin and long. Classic colors are blue-point, frost point, chocolate-point and seal point. There are other variants.

The adult's weight on average is from 2.5 kg to 5 kg. Males are larger than females.

Balinese Cat Breed Characteristics, Information and Facts

A Balinese breed is a separate group of a Siamese breed. In 50's of last century in America the breeder Helen Smith introduced a new breed at an exhibition in New York. In 1963, the breed was called the long-haired Siamese, but five years later the breed was given the present name. The breed was named in honor of famous Balinese dancers. Balinese breed was registered not so long ago, in 1970.

Nowadays Balinese cat is very rare.