The average Singapura cat size ranges from 1.8 kg to 2.7 kg. As such, it is considered among the tiniest felines in existence. This kitty also does not reach its full adult size until its second birthday.
The Singapura has a small, rounded head, large ears, and large eyes. These give it a foreign look that adds to its appeal. The ears are particularly cupped deeply and the eyes are slanted even when closed. The outline of its eyes, which can be yellow, hazel, or green, tends to be dark.
Its medium-length frame is firm, lithe, and muscular. The tail is moderately long and has a blunt tip. The legs are similarly muscular, ending in oval-shaped, small-sized feet.
This breed’s coat is always light beige, which is officially recognised as sepia agouti. Short, fine, and easy to groom, the Singapura’s fur is ticked with sepia brown colour. This is not surprising as its Abyssinian parent breed also has a ticked coat. The very silky fur can be brushed for only twice a month to keep it in good condition.