The Leading Dog Breeding Company
Burmese are a medium sized muscular cat which are deceivingly heavier than their appearance sometimes suggest. They have a silky close lying coat, that requires little maintenance, just the act of smoothing the cat is normally sufficient.
They are laid back but sometimes have their moments of madness, and can be childlike and downright naughty, very friendly and inquisitive always wanting to see what is going on and willing to try and help, but mostly hinder. They love to have company and a lap to cuddle up and sleep on.
The average life span is 14-16 years
Asian cats are very closely related to the Burmese and the ideal Asian Shorthair should have the similarities
of the Burmese in characteristics, size, weight, body, silky coat, shape and temperament. The Asian can come in a multitude of patterns and colours. There are many variations in coat patterns throughout the breed spectrum. The origin of the Asian dates back to 1981 when an accidental mating took place between a Burmese and a Chinchilla, resulting in the first Asian Cat.
This Pedigree cat is recognised by the Governing Council of Cat Fancy and is widely shown country wide at Championship Shows.
In order to maintain the correct type we often breed the Asian back to the Burmese a permitted cross within the breeding programme and still remain pedigree Asians.
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We are members of the
Bombay and Asian Breed Club
The Burmese Cat Club
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