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The origins of the Singapura cat breed are somewhat controversial, but the breed's charm and later acceptance is not. The Singapura was accepted for championship status in CFA in 1988 -- the same year the first Singapuras were imported into the UK from the United States. The breed has remained rare.
The Singapura is a shorthaired cat distinguished by its large eyes and petite frame. Singapura kittens are warm beige with a brown-ticked coat, called either sepia agouti or brown ticked agouti. This is the only accepted in this coat color.
The Singapura personality is mischievous, good-natured, gentle and very outgoing. Singapuras have soft, gentle voices and enjoy being near their favorite people.
Singapura cats are the smallest of all the recognized cat breeds. Females can be as small as four pounds in adulthood, males run about six pounds. Although small, they are muscular cats, almost stocky in build. They are not delicate or "miniature" cats.
Associations: The Singapura cat is accepted for championship status by most major cat registries. It has provisional status in GCCF.
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