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Birman

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  • Between Children – 7/10
  • Intelligence – 5/10
  • Mobility – 5/10
  • Maintenance Need – 6/10
  • Acting – 6/10
  • Trainability – 4/10

Describing what he wants with interest, Birman cats love talking with their owners.

Historical

Burmese cats, which have a very impressive history, like their magnificent appearance, are considered the sacred cat of Burma. Because of its appearance and character in the temples, the Burmese, called the Cat of the Gods, is a truly impressive breed.

Birman cats, whose origins are not clearly known, are thought to be related to the Siamese and Ankara cats. However, due to its geography, the fact that a natural bond is not possible makes the origin of Birman cats quite mysterious.

Birman race, which was presented to French visitors for the first time in 1919 because of what they did at a temple, started to be recognized in Europe after this period. Birman race, known in France as ” Sacre de Birmanie ” in 1925, takes its name from here. It was recognized in 1967 by international organizations.

Sizes – Weight

Burmese cats can have weights ranging from 2.5 to 5.5 kilograms.

Personality

The Burmese cats, which have a similar character with the Siamese cat, have a much softer and lovable tone compared to Siamese. Birman cats, especially known for their unique meow, are very fond of following their owners at home. After a quiet follow-up, the bond between you and the Burmese cat that will meow to talk to you will be strengthened in a very short time.

Although not very clever, Burmese cats who like to discover are very fond of entering small and narrow places. Commonly, Burmese cats get stuck in small holes. Therefore, it is useful to keep such points closed in your home.

Burmese cats, who love being on the lap, love to lie on their backs and love their tummy. Apart from this, this cat breed will remind you by meowing when it asks for attention.

Care

Although it has long hairs, it will be enough to comb the Birman cats, which are very easy to care for, once a week. You can bathe Burmese cats who like the bathroom once a month with warm water.


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