In looks the Singapura resembles the Abyssinian but is a much smaller cat. The Singapura is on the small side, but stocky and muscular. Its head is round, its ears are large, wide-based and pointed at the top, its eyes are huge. The neck is thick and short, the muzzle blunt. The nose and eyes are further accentuated by dark eye-liner outlines.The characteristic Singapura coat is that of a ticked tabby with some markings on the back of the legs, but not on the front. Its usual colour is called sepia agouti, which is dark brown ticking on an old-ivory ground.
The facts presented in this Blog Post were retrieved from 'The Ultimate encyclopedia of cat breeds and cat care' by Alan Edwards, and also from the Purina website.