Often compared to a Siamese cat, the Balinese cat is a long haired breed with a graceful appearance. With large, perky ears and long, elegant lines, this breed is loved for its distinct features. They have blue eyes and a characteristically slender body with longer hair covering their hind legs. The tail is luscious and plumed, one of the most clear differences between the Siamese and Balinese breed. Balinese cats also tend to have lighter colouring without the dark brown mask or paw markings of the Siamese.
A combination of white to grey with different coloured “points” of colour on their ears, face, tail, legs and paws. These include blue, seal brown, chocolate and lilac.
It is recommended to feed your Balinese Cat around 80 kilocalories of food per kilo of bodyweight every day. There are no obesity issues with this breed.
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