The Singapura cat is a smallest domestic cat and is native to Singapore. The adult cats usually weigh between 6 to 8 pounds. It has large eyes, usually a vivid green or yellow, and its ears are rounded at the tips.
It was first discovered in 1972 by an American/European couple living in Singapore who noticed a group of feral cats that looked different from other cats in the area.They bred them with other cats from around the world, creating what we now know as the Singapura cat.
Regular veterinary checkups are essential for properly maintaining the cat’s health. Responsible breeders will avoid inbreeding which can lead to higher chances of developing specific health problems such as heart defects or hernias.
A proper diet for a Singapura cat should consist of high-quality dry food. It’s also important to vary the type of food you serve your cat, as this will help keep them interested in eating and avoid monotony.