Siamese Cat Gifts

For Ladies, Men and Kids who love, breed or show their Siamese Cats

Thanks so much to the Models who are a 4 month old Traditional Blue Point kitten by Humidor and a Traditional Seal Point by photographer Robert Couse-Baker of San Francisco, Ca.

 Siamese Cat Gifts come in several styles and stones. Get a complete description on item's page before you order as these gifts are custom made to your specifications when you order.

Siamese cat Key Ring A gold or nickel plated steel, heart shaped key ring is attached to the gemstone to hold your keys with a few meaningful words on the back. This is a wonderful gift for the Siamese loving man or lady. 

Siamese Lanyards are a popular way to make a statement on cell phones, backpacks and key chains. These Siamese cat lanyards are the perfect way to remember your own favorite cat. Add text to the back.

Siamese cat custom Lapel Stick Pin with photo. You choose your favorite Siamese color, Seal Point or Blue point in the Traditional or Classic breed.

Siamese cat custom tie tac or lapel pin with a photo of your favorite color displayed on it.

Siamese cat cuff links with white mountain jade domed cabochons.

Something for everyone in the Siamese lover's family. Great to wear at cat shows.

 Also available

 Siamese Photo Earrings • Siamese Photo Pendants • Siamese Photo Brooches • Unique Siamese Dog Tags


Facts about Siamese Cats

• The first Siamese cat in America was reportedly given to the first lady to the nineteenth President of the United States, Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes in 1878.
• The earliest documented account of Siamese in Britian is of a pair of Siamese cats given to the sister of a British consul general in Bangkok in 1884.
• The Siamese has also made it to the "Cat Book of Poems", a manuscript written between 1350 and 1767.

Facts about Breeding Cats 

A Registered cat means a cat which has had its birth registered with one or more of the associations which register cats. A registered cat is not the same as a show cat, and registration is not a guarantee of the cat's health. It is a guarantee of the cat's lineage.

Technically if a cat is not registered it is not a "pure-bred". You can't be sure about the breed of its parents without registration. The best way to get an authentic and healthy pure bred cat is to go to a reputable breeder.