The sacred Burmese are amazing animals. Compliant and loyal, these cats will become not just pets, but real four-legged friends. And about their beauty just right to add legends. Let's take a closer look at this wonderful breed.
This breed, according to the official version, appeared at the beginning of the 20th century by crossing a Persian and a Siamese cat. And, I must say, she took all the best from her parents: from the "Persians" - the length of the fur, and from the "Siamese" - the color and beautiful blue eyes.
The color of the Burmese is peculiar. The golden color of the body is complemented by a characteristic "mask" on the face and white "gloves" on the paws. Most kittens are born very light, but as they grow up, they acquire color.
The Burmese have a semi-long and silky coat. It is not that difficult to care for it, however, do not neglect regular combing to avoid tangles.
Sacred Burmese cats have a calm and docile nature. They can be safely started in a family where there are children, because a Burmese will not offend kids without a reason. These animals rarely show their displeasure. In addition, they are distinguished by their devotion to their masters. If you suddenly decide to have another pet in the house, the Burmese will not be offended and, most likely, will treat the new family member favorably.
So, if you are thinking about which breed of cat to choose, pay attention to the sacred Burmese. These animals are really worth seeing.