Burmese

This cat breed was developed from cats that came from the Malay Peninsula of Southeast Asia; his ancestors were fancy felines that were used as pets of the highest priest.

The Burmese is a medium-sized, sturdy cat that often looks much lighter than it is. They were bred by cross-breeding a Burmese cat with a Siamese. Personality: They are active and entertaining cats that are intelligent and very social. They like attention and are very people-focused. The Burmese is a cat breed that loves to cuddle and snuggle. It can get quite vocal and demands a lot of attention. The Burmese is good with kids, as well as other cats and dogs.

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Origin
Burma, 1920s
Life Span
12-16 years
Other Names
Burmese

Burmese Build Information

Size
Medium

The Burmese is a medium-sized, sturdy cat that often looks much lighter than it is. They were bred by cross-breeding a Burmese cat with a Siamese.

Behaviour and Personality

Affection Level
Activity Level
Kid Friendliness

They are active and entertaining cats that are intelligent and very social. They like attention and are very people-focused. The Burmese is a cat breed that loves to cuddle and snuggle. It can get quite vocal and demands a lot of attention. The Burmese is good with kids, as well as other cats and dogs.

Appearance

Grooming
Minimal (Weekly brushing, nail trimming, ear and tooth cleaning)

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