Each cat breeds Assur O’Poil – Burmese
. History and origins
The history of Burmese belongs to the origins of the kingdom of Siam, the ancient name of Thailand. It was considered a sacred animal, a companion to the monks. European settlers and American sailors brought this ancestor back from the lands of Southeast Asia. In 1930, a cat of this breed was brought back to San Francisco. A few crosses with cats from Thailand allowed us to set the Burmese traits we know today.
. Character and competencies
Burmese is a lively, curious and proactive person. He loves to explore his surroundings and play with children.
Soft, affectionate, it will adapt perfectly to urban life, to rural life.
Naturally loving, he still maintains a certain independence.
. Physical characteristics
● Average life expectancy: 15 years old
● Average height: 35 cm at the withers
● Average weight: 4 to 6 kilos.
A medium-sized cat, Burma is distinguished by wearing a short-haired dress with a sepia pattern (or sable color called). It is characterized by shade variations between a “color point” (specific coloring of the tips of the legs, tail and face) and a uniform coat. The color of the dress is usually a shade of brown.
It is a strong cat with well-developed bones and muscles. The eyes are round, large, wide apart and shiny with a color that draws in gold or copper.
. Health and care
Strange cat will need surveillance to ensure its safety. Regular maintenance of his coat guarantees him to keep his coat light. Its vitality gives it a great flavor that must be regulated by offering a balanced diet.