Applehead siames (traditional siamese)

by Tina

I have a apple head siamese she just showed up at my home about 6 months ago and she has been my best friend every since..But I was looking her over after she came here and saw she only has two teeth in her whole mouth one top and the other on bottom both on the same side the rest of her teeth r gone..does anyone know why or if its she just a real old cat or what? and should i make her a house cat its getting cold out and i love her and dont want her to die ..but also didnt really plan for a cat in the if she is okay out side thats where i would like to keep her but if she need to be inside then i will...please give me your feed back on this...

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Dec 09, 2011
by: Diane

I just happened on this page and was reading the comments. How is the kitten, lately? She appears in your photo to be about 6 or 7 months old. I have male seal point that is currently 10 months to compare her too. That's a real mystery about her teeth. The only thing I can think of is that she may have been eating just about anything like bread, oatmeal etc. Poor nutrition for a cat. She's a way too young to have gum disease.

Sep 18, 2011
such a pretty girl
by: Lynn

I am curious as to how old she is also... she looks very young, she has not darken very much, that usually comes with age.

Sep 17, 2011
by: Lynn

If you have trouble posting pictures send them to my email at:

I can add them from my end.

Sep 16, 2011
by: Tina Bloomfield, Missouri

How can I post a pic of my cat Boots so you can see her?

Sep 16, 2011
my baby
by: Tina

Thanks everyone I will get her to the vet, she is so sweet she will follow me around outside where ever I go she wants in my lap all the time and just sleeps and purrs...she will just look at me and meows like she is telling me something or asking me something..I looked on this site and it was saying cats lose there teeth if the have maybe a gum diseases or something like I was hoping thats what it was..she is a very sweet cat and is so fat..One thing how can i keep her fur from getting all in my house..she sheds everywhere..alot is there any thing other then brushing her...are will that do the trick for me..I also looked up about how many teeth she should have and found out she only has her two left canine "fangs" teeth top and bottom and also i got her down just a sec ago and she has one little snag of a tooth left right in front it's just like a little peace of a tooth...and I will post pics tomorrow of her you all are going to fall in love my boots..she a sweetie..Oh and apple head siames are alot of money? you know thats what evryone has told me..but I don't know why someone would let her go..I watched the papers and ask a few people when she first came to my house if they lost a siamese cat no one was ever looking for a siames now its been 6 month that I've had her and I'll never let anyone have her back even if they came and ask she is mine now..she was in my trash can when I found her,and I have loved her and fed her everyday since..thanks u guys really helped me..

Sep 15, 2011
by: Anonymous

take her for a check up and potty train her.
these animals are fragile and should be cherished!

Sep 15, 2011
Keep her INDOORS only !!!!!
by: angelina diantonio

Loss of teeth is due to lack of food or sickness. I rescued 2 sisters and had to have all of their teeth removed because of rotting. They had not been feed and were beaten.I would love an applehead Siamese . Very rare these days to find one. Very expensive also. That pour cat should never had been outside to begin with. She did not know how to survive and probably did not eat. Her teeth probably feel out.Other cats would attack her also. Outdoor cats know from smell and fear when an indoor cat is out.Cherish that cat and make sure you take her to a clinic or vet to get checked out !!!!!! Keep us posted and show us a picture !!!

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