Siamese cats have a creamy base coat with colored points on their muzzles, ears, paws and lower legs, tails.
Siamese kittens, although pure cream or white at birth, develop their visible
points in the first few months of life in colder parts of their body. By
the time a Siamese kitten is four weeks old the points should be clearly
distinguishable enough to recognize which color they are. The Siamese cat tends
to darken with age, and generally adult Siamese living in warm climates have
lighter coats than those in cool climates.