Balinese enhance the elegance, grace and intelligence of the Siamese with the luxury of a silky flowing coat.

The coat is the most unique feature of the breed. It does not mat and lays close to the body, flowing along the cat’s lines, the tail forming a proud plume.It is generally accepted that the breed originated as a spontaneous longhaired mutation of the Siamese cat. Because the Balinese has a single coat, in contrast to the double coat of other longhairs, the hair lies close to the body, flowing naturally toward the rear. Thus, it does not detract from the long, slim lines of the basic body structure.Grooming is simple, for the coat does not mat like the double coat of most longhaired breeds.

Stand Number: Trouble & Trix Breed Showcase