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Burmese Cat

History of the Burmese Cat Burmese Cat is a domestic cat breed. It is not to be confused with the Birman Cat which is a quietly separate breed. The Burmese cat

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Burmese Cat ~ multiple shades of brown, black & platinum! I love my Burmese kitty - Pure Breed

Gorgeous eyes...

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Wallflower~ she cat~ super good hunter in the river, and loves to swim~ likes Seaspray~ former kitty pet who's worked super hard~ she was a paw when she came, but has always remembered sea~ (kittypet name was wall)

Cat Breed Guide: Burmese

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Little Cutie - 16th October 2015

History of the Burmese Cat Burmese Cat is a domestic cat breed. It is not to be confused with the Birman Cat which is a quietly separate breed. The Burmese cat

Cute looking kitten in brown color with its shiny furs.

The Burmese Cat Kittens first came to America in 1930 when Dr. Joseph Thompson of San Francisco brought a small walnut brown female cat from Burma.

The roots of the Burmese #cat date back to the 16th century and possibly even earlier. A Thai manuscript called #Cat-Book of Poems describes this cat breed as supalak or copper cat.

The roots of the Burmese cat date back to the century and possibly even earlier. A Thai manuscript called Cat-Book of Poems describes this cat breed as supalak or copper cat.

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Thoughtful Kitty - 22nd October 2014

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Burmese

BURMESE ~ These cats thrive on attention and quickly get it with their charming demeanor. Burmese cats are happy to accept attention from any person or pet willing to dish it out.

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