Species classification of Burmese cats and what kinds of Burmese cats are there

       There are 10 species of Burmese cats

       Brown Burmese cat with dark brown coat and no flower color

       Blue Burmese cat with silvery grey coat and glossy silver color

       Chocolate Burmese cat with warm chocolate milk coat and no flower color

       Purplish Burmese cat with pinkish gray coat and no flower color

       Red Burmese cat (the coat is light orange, and the color of its ears is darker than that of its back)

       Creamy yellow Burmese cat (its coat is bright cream yellow, without color)

       Brown hawksbill (details) Burmese cat with brown coat and red spots

       Chocolate tortoiseshell Burmese cat with chocolate coat and red spots

       Mauve hawksbill Burmese cat (pinkish gray coat, milky yellow)

       Blue hawksbill Burmese cat with grayish blue coat and milky yellow spots

Introduction of Burmese cats

       Burmese cats are regarded as short haired foreign cats in the United States. The eye color of the breed should be gold or amber, although it is possible to produce blue or green eyes by crossing with Siamese cats (details). Purebred Burmese cats are genetically unlikely to have blue or blue-green eyes. Burmese cats (Thai: SUBH BHA LAK, meaning happiness, beauty and gorgeous appearance) is a domestic cat species, which is mainly divided into two kinds: American Burmese cat and British Burmese cat. There is no official recognition of the difference, but they all officially call the British cat owners the European Burmese cat, whose hair is silky and doesn’t need to be combed. Britain and Myanmar are smaller, but not as small as the Oriental bobcat. And Burmese cats in the United States are stronger. The life span of purebred Burmese cats is longer than that of purebred cats, which can live to 16 to 18 years old. Burmese cats are overweight in terms of body size and are often described as “bricks wrapped in silk.”. It has a short, satin like coat that hardly needs to be combed daily. Burmese cats with compact body and round head are the best and often appear in cat exhibitions. Burmese cat has a pair of big, expressive eyes, which is both naive and seductive, which is almost irresistible. It is such a pair of eyes that makes its master seem to be hypnotized, full of love for it all his life. Burmese cats like Siamese cats, but their calls are softer and sweeter. People love to live with people and are very close to their owners. They are also very interested in human activities. According to CFA’s Burmese cat species data, the wild survival instincts of Burmese cats, such as avoiding danger and fighting, have degenerated over the years. However, other data show that although Burmese cats rarely attack humans, they are still capable of defending themselves against attacks by other cats, even larger enemies. The original natural Burmese cat is only brown like mink, but after years of improvement, it has produced a lot of different fur colors. Different organizations have different conditions for Burmese cats. As pets, Burmese cats are very friendly and intelligent.

Introduction to the life habits of Burmese cats

       Burmese cats sound sweet, but not as noisy as Siamese cats. Lively and playful, as if you can’t play enough. Many Burmese cats are able to make requests to their owners with their delicate, soft voice, and are rarely refused.

       Burmese cats are very friendly to people and can get along well with their dogs. Most Burmese cats can get used to going out by car if they have a pleasant travel experience when they are young. Burmese cats are very dependent on people. Their personality is quite like a dog: many Burmese cats can learn to carry things back like dogs. It’s also willing to do housework, such as helping with word work or reading (usually sitting on top of a book or manuscript), or drilling into a cardboard box (showing you how to organize things).

       Generally speaking, Burmese cats always follow people. Female cats like to be the focus of attention at home and play an active role in housekeeping. Male cats prefer the knees of their owners and are not willing to express too many opinions. Burmese cats get angry if they are ignored by their owners, but not for long. If you want to be an old man, find a cat to get along with each other day and night. It’s better to choose a lively and playful cat. It will bring endless fun to the elderly and eliminate loneliness. Or for you to solve problems, entertainment life. The Burmese cat is the best choice. Burmese cats have the ability to turn people who don’t like cats into Myanmar cat fans. Burmese cats are as addictive as potato chips. Burmese cat owners soon found it hard to have one.

       No matter which part of the Burmese cat, there is a “round” feature. From the chest to the tail, it gives people a round feeling. In particular, the face, whether viewed from the front or the side, is round, with round eyes as if to fly out. Moreover, the carcass is well-developed. Although it is of medium height, it seems to have a full weight. Still, when it comes to Burmese cats, the charm lies in their glossy fur. The short, dense hair follows closely to the body, smooth as satin. The original coat color is glossy black brown. But since the pet Association set up a light color department, champagne, blue and other colors have also been recognized. His personality is not afraid of life, like a child. As long as the owner claps his hands gently, there will be a warm reflection. There are a lot of fans in the United States. In the cat exhibition, the order of appearance is ranked after Persian cat and Siamese cat (detailed introduction), which is the third.

       Burmese cats are regarded as short haired foreign cats in the United States. The eye color of the breed should be golden or amber, although it is possible to produce blue or green eyes by crossing with Siamese cats. Purebred Burmese cats are genetically unlikely to have blue or blue-green eyes. Burmese cat’s hair has a silky luster, so you don’t need to comb it. Britain and Myanmar are smaller, but not as small as the Oriental bobcat. And Burmese cats in the United States are stronger. The life span of purebred Burmese cats is longer than that of ordinary purebred cats, which can live to 16 to 18 years old.

       Burmese cats like Siamese cats, but their calls are softer and sweeter. They love to live with people and are very close to their hosts. They are also very interested in human activities. According to CFA’s Burmese cat species data, the wild survival instincts of Burmese cats, such as avoiding danger and fighting, have degenerated over the years. However, other data show that although Burmese cats rarely attack humans, they are still capable of defending themselves against attacks by other cats, even larger enemies.

       Burmese adult cats still retain the curiosity and vitality of the kitten period. They are playful sportsmen. Sometimes they play the game of finding objects.

Pamela: a beautiful and intimate Princess

       The original pomila breed was an unintentional mating between a silver chinchilla and a lavender Burmese cat. Baroness Miranda von Kirchberg of the UK has set up a breeding program to produce kittens with Burmese cat shapes and silver chingira fur. Pomila was first exhibited at the Cat Association’s exhibition in 1983. Chinese Name: Pamela popular name alias: bomeila cat English Name: burmila origin: UK breeding mode: viviparous habits: personality lively and friendly. Pomila combines the beauty of jinjila and the intimacy of Burmese cats. Head: wedge-shaped short head with prominent concave bridge, green eyes and reddish brown nose. Weiba: it’s not very thick. The tail is getting thinner. Breeders are trying to eliminate the defect of a thick short tail. Coat: short, soft and close to the body. Coat color: the bottom of the body is almost all white, and light purple hair tip. A few darker markings can be seen on the head, legs and tail. There is a beautiful love story about the birth of pomila cat. It is said that a long time ago, on the eve of being sent to see a prince of jinjila cat, a princess escaped from her careless servant’s palm and accidentally entered the forbidden area she should not enter — the study. There lived a handsome Burmese cat prince in the study. As soon as they fell in love with each other, Princess jinjila and Burmese cat Prince stole forbidden fruit and gave birth to super cute The pomila cat. And pomila is really a very cute and adorable cat species.