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The Burmese cat

The Burmese cat

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Published by Batsford in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burmese cat.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementRobine Pocock ... [et al.].
    ContributionsPocock, Robine.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF449.B8 B88
    The Physical Object
    Pagination182 p., [9] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5251279M
    ISBN 100713429372
    LC Control Number75323928

    The trendy Burmese cat breed might be traced again to 1 feminine named Wong Mau, dropped at California from Burma in , and cross-bred with Siamese of conventional kind. The Burmese cat is acknowledged by the Cat Fanciers Affiliation (CFA), the world’s largest cat group. and is among the extra well-liked pure-bred or “pedigreed” home. The Burmese is a personality plus cat with a sunny disposition and unflappable nature ideally suited to Australian lifestyles. A happy go-lucky tomboy of a cat, the Burmese retains their kittenish curiosity and playfulness throughout their life - thereby making them an ideal children's playmate.

    The results of the original experimental breeding program were published in the April Journal of Heredity in the article, “Genetics of the Burmese Cat.” Thus was born the Burmese breed in this country. They were proposed to CFA as a new breed in , and were accepted for stud book . The Burmese cat is named after its country of origin Burma (now known as Myanmar). The exact origins of the Burmese is shrouded in mystery. There is mention of a copper coloured cat in the ancient Thai Cat Book which was written during the Ayudhya Period, stretching from -

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Burmese Cats: The Pet Owner’s Guide to Burmese Cats and Kittens, Including Buying, Daily Care, Personality, Temperament, Health, Diet, Clubs and Breeders by Colette Anderson out of 5 stars 7. Burmese Cat Facts & Information, where to buy, health, diet, lifespan, types, breeding, care and more.

Burmese cats are considered as one of the most unique breed of cats in the world. They have been around since the ’s as a result of cross-breeding a Wong Mau cat breed from Burma and an American Siamese cat.

This is a "how-to" and "what-it-is" book combined. What is important is that this book is a factual as well as entertaining account of the buying, feeding and general caring for the Burmese cat. The prose is clear enough for a young pet owner to read. The book abounds in illustrations, forty of them in full color, capturing many cat moods/5(4).

Hello lovely people. Our adored lilac burmese has got something on his chin. Does anyone know what that is and how it is treated. He has been scratching it. He is an inside cat. Amy Eloise is looking for recommendations. Hey guys, im from sydney and im looking for a female kitten, I have one 3 year old boy already and I spoil him with the best.

As the legend goes, the Burmese is a descendant of a breed once worshipped in Burmese temples as embodiments of gods. The Cat-Book Poems also shows pictures of Siamese The Burmese cat book what is likely Korat cats, suggesting these cats existed as separate, definable breeds for centuries.

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Get this from a library. Burmese cat. [Justine O'Flynn] -- A guide to the history, feeding, grooming, exhibition, temperament, health, and breeding of Burmese cats. While adult Burmese are placid cats, they also tend to be very kittenish and love their daily playtime.

They love being adored by their parent, and love having their stomach rubbed and being petted. A daily petting session is a must for any Burmese.

Ina cat named Wong Mau made its way from Burma to the United States with Dr. Joseph C. Burmese cat: | | | Burmese | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection.

Burmese Cats as Pets. Burmese cats are considered as one of the most unique breed of cats in the world. They have been around since the ’s as a result of cross-breeding a Wong Mau cat breed from Burma and an American Siamese cat.

The Burmese cat was accepted by The International Cat Association (TICA) in Facts. The Burmese cat resulted from a cross of the Siamese with the “copper cat” of Burma (present-day Myanmar).

They may have been kept by priests in temples and palaces. The Burmese was one of the original breeds accepted by TICA.

The Burmese cat breed characteristics are distinct, starting from their smooth satin coats, muscular bodies, to their friendly behavior of the Burmese lean towards being strong willed, and you may have to tell them off sometimes before they stop doing what you don’t want them to do. Two chocolate Burmese cats.

Named after their country of origin Burma, the exact origins of the Burmese are shrouded in mystery. There is mention of a copper-coloured cat in the ancient Thai Cat Book which was written during the Ayudhya Period, stretching from – BURMESE CAT BREED History The modern Burmese saga began in with a female cat named Wong Mau.

This brown feline was brought to the United States from Yangon, Myanmar (the former Rangoon, Burma). Some sources say Wong Mau was brought to the United States by a sailor and was given to a U.S.

Navy doctor named Dr. Joseph Thompson. Other sources say that Dr. Thompson. I got my first Burmese kitten in I was looking for a" LOVE KITTY." I bought a book on cats and looked up breed characteristics. Then I attended several cat shows and talked to different breeders.

The decision was made, it would be a Burmese cat for me. Amanda Woods visited the Burmese Cat Village when she travelled as a guest of Trafalgar on their Myanmar tour as usual all opinions remain her own. This post contains some affiliate links, so if you click on a link and book something I will get a little something to help pay those blogging bills, but don’t worry, it’s no extra cost to you.

NABB is the only CFA (Cat Fancier’s Association) affiliated Burmese breed club, is dedicated to the promotion, preservation and welfare of the Burmese breed and the welfare of all promotes excellence in breeding practices among its members, provides information pertaining to health, genetic traits and other characteristics of the Burmese breed, and provides assistance to novice.

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Burmese cats are often referred to as the dogs of the cat fancy, greeting their humans at the door after a long day at work, following them from room to room or cuddling with them while reading a book. The Burmese Cat originated in Burma (known today as Myanmar), though its exact origins are not known for sure.

There is a mention of a copper-coloured Burmese-like cat in the ancient Thai Cat Book, written between and The modern cat was founded by Dr Joseph Thompson in who imported a small, brown female cat to San Francisco.

The Burmese (Thai: ทองแดง or ศุภลักษณ์, rtgs: Thongdaeng or Supphalak, meaning copper colour) is a breed of domestic cat, originating in Southeast Asia and developed in the United States and Britain.

Most modern Burmese are descendants of one female cat called Wong Mau, which was brought from Burma to America in and bred with American Siamese. They were described and depicted in the ancient text The Cat-Book Poems, a manuscript written in the city of Ayudha, Siam (now Thailand) sometime betweenwhen the city was founded, andwhen the city was razed by invaders.

The modern Burmese saga, however, began inwhen a female cat was brought to the United States from Burma.The Burmese cat is recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA), the world's largest cat organization.

and is one of the more popular pure-bred or "pedigreed" domestic cat breeds. Today's Burmese is a lovely companion with some of the dog-like tendencies and .