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Burmill to

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  • Between Children – 7/10
  • Intelligence – 8/10
  • Mobility – 7/10
  • Maintenance Need – 4/10
  • Acting – 7/10
  • Trainability – 6/10

If you leave the Burmilla cat without toys, it can turn your favorite vase into a toy.

Historical

This cat breed, which first appeared in 1981, was produced accidentally as a result of the mating of Persian and Burmese cats. Although it has been considered a breed of Burmese cats for a while after research on it has proven 

Although Burmilla cats have a body structure similar to Burmese cats, their feathers are quite different. Burmilla cats, which draw attention with this feature, have been recorded in the literature as a completely new breed since 2011.

Sizes – Weight

Burmilla Cats can have quite a variety of weights. There is no standard in their weight, which varies completely depending on the diet. However, if it is fed properly, it appears to reach a maximum of 6 -7 kilograms.

Personality

Burmilla cats, a very friendly cat breed, show similar characteristics with Iranian and Burmese cats. This noisy race generally likes to express its wishes quietly.

These cats, who enjoy playing games, also love doing interesting experiments with things around them. Burmilla cats, who enjoy playing with vases and flower pots, are likely to break things if left alone at home.

While feeding this breed of cat, you must make sure that there are toys to spend time with. This adventurous cat breed, who wants to be constantly busy with something, can start mixing things in your home if it doesn’t find anything to play around with.

Although she wants to play constantly, Burmilla cats like to sleep in their owners’ lap when they get tired, establishing a much more special bond with the people they live with compared to other cat breeds.

Care

Burmilla Cats can have two different hair types, short and long. While combing short-haired Burmilla cats once a week is enough, you may need to comb several times a week if their hair is long. Apart from that, it is not recommended to bathe this cat breed.


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