- Between Children – 7/10
- Intelligence – 5/10
- Mobility – 7/10
- Maintenance Need – 4/10
- Acting – 6/10
- Trainability – 5/10
The Singapura breed, which has reached a maximum weight of 3.5 kilograms, always looks like a kitten.
Made in Singapore in the 1970s, the Singapura cat is an interesting breed thanks to its small size. These cats, which were owned by a large number of people in Singapore at the time of their emergence, were able to increase their number in a short time, thanks to the fact that it is a very suitable breed for feeding at home.
Genetic research on Singapura cats in 2000 revealed little genetic difference between Burmese cats and Singapore cats. Although it was discussed whether there is a different breed by cat organizations on these results, it has been recognized as a different breed by all organizations since 1990.
Singapura cats are recognized by Singapore as the national mascot.
Weight – Dimensions
Singapura cats weigh between 1.5 and 3.5 kilograms.
This breed can live between 11 and 15 years.
The Singapura cats are small in size and the sound is equally gentle. Singapura cats like to chat with their gentle meow. These cats, trying to explain something to their owners, love to talk to them.
You can see your Singapura breed cat, who likes to jump and climb while climbing on the doors, cabinets, or even curtains inside the house. For this reason, it is beneficial to keep suitable toys around so that your cat does not cause harm in the house.
Singapura cats get on very well with humans. Along with its owners, this race, which treats guests who come home and the people they meet for the first time, is very fond of sitting on the lap. Be prepared to climb into your bed at night, especially on cold days.
Since it is a short-haired breed, it is enough to comb the Singapura cat, which can be combed quite easily, once a week. Virtually no shedding makes the care of Singapura cats effortless.