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Burmilla cat

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  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Origin: Mating
  • Scientific name: Felis catus
  • Weight: 3 - 4 kg kg
  • Colors: All colors
  • Coat: short / long
  • Temperament: affectionate, intelligent, curious, adventurous
  • Health: generally healthy
  • Litter size: 5 - 7 puppies
  • Lifespan: 10 - 15 years
  • Other names: Burmilla cat, long haired Burmilla, Tiffanie
  • Price: $ 450 - $ 600
Burmilla  cat
Origins

Burmilla cat breed transmitted from generation to generation burmese blood. The breed was born in Britain in 1981 following the accidental mating of a male with a female Burmese chinchilla.

Kittens results were highly appreciated by many people so conquered many hearts in a short time. After only two years of its release and has appeared in exhibitions.

Versions circulating on the Internet are many and various. One says a Burmese baroneaza have several cats and one jumped the fence to the neighbor where he found the chinchilla, and the other like a lady gave him her husband a beautiful Burmese cat while more that a chinchilla.

Burmilla cat is known as "witch" or "witch hearts" that stick to master as if by magic. Cat's name comes from the name of parents who came from Burmese and Persian breeds chinchillas.

Aspect Burmilla cat

Burmilla is a cat of medium size with a pleasant appearance. The female is smaller than the male. The head is slightly wide jaws are great, and the muzzle is relatively high.

Erect ears are medium in size. Peak ears round. Eyes full of expression are located in front of a powerful and muscular body. The front legs are medium in size. Hind legs are slightly longer than the front. The tail is medium length hair is covered.

The coat is short and silky almost clingy. Burmilla benefit owners of this breed is low maintenance, brushing a week is sufficient. We recommend regularly checking the ears and claws cut. It is an excellent companion and is very noisy.

Burmilla cats can be any color. They can have white, black, gray, brown, blue, gold, etc. Burmilla cat weight is 3-4 kg.

Tiffanie is a variety called "long-haired Burmilla". Females can give birth to burmilla long-haired kitten. The variety was first recognized in Australia in 1999. It should not be confused with Tiffany Chantily race in North America.

Behavior Burmilla cat

It is an affectionate cat who wants to be the center of attention all the time. If you do not receive sometimes are held by owners and beg. Burmilla cats in the category of "talkative" when they feel respond if you talk with them.

It needs horizontal and vertical surfaces on which to hone claws. They love to climb, or at height, so do not be surprised if you see the cabinets, TV or fridge.

Burmilla cat breed is intelligent, curious and adventurous. Can learn various routines, open doors, and many tricks. It is not afraid of dogs and water.

Features Burmilla cat

The amount of food the cat burmilla is calculated relative to the activity level and age. An average would be 80 kcal / kg / day. Obesity risk is low.

It is a cat with a high energy level. They need space to make the move. A special feature is the black outline of green eyes. They say forehead must see the sign "M".

Burmilla cat has a medium tolerance for other animals and children. It is recommended to be kept in closed court because cats are curious and get all sorts of places. He likes to play, to have toys and games to choose from.

Generally Cats love routine and simple things they want in life unless changes are positive. They do not like to move, to change his or furniture.

Prefer environment as we know, without frequent changes. But sometimes changes are inevitable in life. Burmilla has the advantage of easily adapt to changes.

Diseases Burmilla cat

Burmilla cat is sanatasa generally without health problems. With age we recommend a routine check annually. Breeders and experts say it may suffer from kidney disease if not fed properly. Beware of allergies.

Burmilla cats life expectancy is 10-15 years.

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