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Birman breed




The Birman Cat has color pointed features on the face. ears. legs and tail. These cats come in a variety of point and pattern colors. The Point cat colors are seal. lilac. red. cream. chocolate. blue or lilac cream. The Tortoiseshell point cat colors are seal. lilac. and chocolate. The Lynx point cat colors are seal. blue. chocolate. lilac. red. cream. seal tortoiseshell. chocolate tortoiseshell. blue cream. and lilac cream.


The Balinese Cats history is the same as the Siamese Cat. which dates back to 1884 in Great Britian. The Balinese was developed from a recessive gene in the Siamese gene pool. This recessive gene was for long hair. These longhaired kittens appeared in purebred Siamese kitten litters in the 1940s. In the 1950s a lady from California began breeding these longhaired kittens. which produced more longhaired Siamese-like kittens creating a new breed called the Balinese. In the 1970s this breed was introduced to Europe and the United Kingdom.


The Birman Cat is considered a semi-longhair. The Birman Cat is more active than the Persian and quieter and less active than the Siamese. The Birman Cats have a gently temperament and are very loyal. These cats are also individualistic. The Birman Cats are a good healthy breed. The females (queens) mature rapidly and are mature around 7 months. These females are usually very attentive mothers. The Birman Cat has a litter with an average of three kittens. The Birman Cats are very popular in the United States ranking third in the most loved popular rankings.


The Birman Cats coat is relatively simple with regular combing and brushing.


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