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The Burmese cat (Burmese: မြန်မာကြောင်, Thai: ทองแดง or ศุภลักษณ์, RTGS: Thongdaeng or Supphalak, meaning copper colour) is a breed of domestic cat, originating in Thailand, believed to have its roots near the present Thai-Burma border and developed in the United States and Britain.. Most modern Burmese are descendants of one female cat ...


The Cat Fanciers Association began registering Burmese in 1936 but suspended registrations in 1947 because breeders were still using Siamese in their breeding programs. Registrations resumed in 1953 after the practice was stopped. Today the Burmese is a popular breed among cat lovers.


The Burmese Cat Breed: The Burmese is a cat of medium size with substantial bone structure, good muscular development, and a surprising weight for their size. This together with a rounded head, expressive eyes, and a sweet expression presents a totally distinctive cat who is comparable to no other breed.


The kittens produced were beige, brown, and pointed in color. The brown kittens were crossed with one another, or with their mother, to produce more Burmese cats. The Burmese was officially recognized by the Cat Fancier's Association (CFA) in 1936. However, as more breeders began to bring cats from Burma to the U.S., the breed began to become ...


The pricing of Burmese cats and kittens varies depending on the breeder’s location, the show-worthiness of the cat, and whether the breeder has already spayed or neutered the kitten. Most kittens are placed in their new homes at the age of twelve to sixteen weeks.


The Burmese is a medium-sized cat but when you pick her up, she feels considerably heavier than she appears. She is a stocky cat and somewhat compact but is very muscular with heavy boning.


The Burmese is well suited to any home with people who will love him and give him the attention and love he desires. Keep him indoors to protect him from cars, diseases spread by other cats and attacks from other animals. Other Quick Facts. All Burmese cats descend from a single chocolate-colored cat, Wong Mau.


The National Alliance of Burmese Breeders. NABB is the only CFA (Cat Fancier’s Association) affiliated Burmese breed club, is dedicated to the promotion, preservation and welfare of the Burmese breed and the welfare of all cats.NABB promotes excellence in breeding practices among its members, provides information pertaining to health, genetic ...


The Burmese is a domestic breed of cat who originated in Burma (now Myanmar) and was developed in the United States and Uthe nited Kingdom. Their laid-back personality, and ability to get along with children and other pets makes them one of the most popular cat breeds in the world. The only thing better than a Burmese cat is two Burmese cats ...


BREEDERS. To place kittens on the kitten list please contact Stef Beirne, Kitten List Coordinator, Tel: 01449 766577 Email: burmarose@btinternet.com ensuring that you have firstly signed The Burmese Cat Club breeders application form (Please advise when kittens are reserved / homed so this list can be updated – thank you).