My Little Milky

by Lotus

Milky, the Flame Point Siamese

Milky, the Flame Point Siamese

My Milky is a flame point Siamese. I adopted him about two months ago from the local animal shelter. Minutes I saw him, I knew he had to come home with me! Now he melts the hearts of everyone he meets with his cuteness!

He is so playful, cuddly and loves to play hide-and-go-seek! I am so happy I found him!

Reply from Caroline:

He's gorgeous, Lotus. Thanks for sharing the pictures of him with us. I'm not at all surprised that everyone loves him, he's a real cutie!

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Apr 07, 2017
So nice - just fell in love with him
by: Brigitte

I hope he brings joy and love to you. Such a nice little kitty!

One of my cats is also from a pet home, somewhere found without a mother and he is the big and strong middle of my four cats, being calm. He shares the pillow with me in the nights, purring me to sleep.

Jan 26, 2014
Siamese male
by: Debbie

I'm getting a little boy blue point Siamese. He is beautiful. I'm naming him Meo Mingo Blue.

Jul 24, 2013
My Siamese Cali
by: Anonymous

My Siamese is pure white with blue eyes, can see and hear and she has just a hint of grey-blue above her eyes. What kind of Siamese is she? Does anyone know?

Reply from Caroline: She could perhaps be a very pale Lilac Point Siamese?

Jan 07, 2012
Our Spanish Milky
by: Anonymous

Thanks for sharing your story and photos of Milky - it is such a coincidence as we were recently "adopted" by an identical kitten who turned up at our back door (incredible as we live in the countryside in Spain) and the only name my daughter and husband liked was Milky despite many other suggestions.

We actually assumed she was a "campo special" until Googling different breeds and have now discovered that she is a flame-point Siamese. It has taken awhile to feel like she could fit in with us as she seemed quite wild to begin with, biting and scratching us constantly, not to mention constantly annoying our other cat Misty (half Persian), but we are starting to understand and enjoy her unique character more and more and she feels like part of our family now.

Sep 27, 2011
My Red Point Siamese, Gorthyn
by: AMY

My sister and I had a wonderful red or flame point Siamese we named Gorthyn. He was very much like a dog. We loved him very very much - he was the sweetest, smartest animal we have ever had.

We 'rescued' him at around 7 or 8 months old and he lived for over 18 years. We had to put him to sleep a couple of years ago and we still miss him dearly. My sister found him on the ASPCA truck that visits around Manhattan for people to adopt animals. The ASPCA said he was from a pet store and he did not sell.

Sep 22, 2011
by: Julie roth morales

I have a flame point named Freddy. Your cat is the cutest lil thing I have ever seen, how sweet. Anyhow my lil man is like my child. He's so smart too, he also does uppy, like a human baby, he's one year old, and he's so neat. I could talk about him all day. He eats ice cream too. Enjoy yours.

Feb 15, 2011
Creme Point
by: Anonymous

I am fostering a kitten who looks identical to yours. He has major blue eyes, is mostly white, but has caramel coloured ears, a bit around the nose, and the tail is white & caramel stripes. We are going to adopt him in a month. He loves to play peekeaboo and responds to that name out of all the ones we thought fit him, so I guess Peekaboo it is. Thank you for sharing your picture.

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