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A Bombay looks and moves like a sleek, black panther. They are small cats that are solid black from their noses to their toes. Even their paw pads and their whiskers are black. Their coats are shimmering jet black with the gloss and sheen of patent leather. Kittens start out rusty black and gradually mature into jet black.

Bombays should have copper eyes, but light gold is also acceptable. The Bombay comes in two different types. Traditional Bombays are normal-looking and have noses and muzzles that are a natural length and shape. Contemporary Bombays are the extreme version of this breed. They have round heads and large bulging eyes. While Contemporary Bombays usually win at cat shows, this "look" is really the result of a defective gene that sometimes produces horrible deformities in kittens.

The Bombay loves attention and being pampered, in fact this cat purrs a lot more than most cats.

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The American breed called Bombay was created in 1958 in Louisville, Kentucky, when Nikki Horner of Shawnee Cattery deliberately bred an American Shorthair with a Burmese for the purpose of creating a domesticated cat that resembled a wild panther (also known as baby panther). The offspring of this breeding did indeed resemble the black leopard of India. The name came from the Indian city of Bombay. The Bombay is a muscular yet agile cat with a black coat. The heads of British Bombay cats are rounded and wide with a medium short, blunt tapered muzzle. The eyes, which are usually gold in colour , should be shaped like a burmese cat (not round) and set wide, and their ears are broad, slightly rounded and medium sized and, like the eyes, set wide. The Bombay has a coat that is short, satiny and tight to the body. Bombay cats require little grooming. They have personalities like Burmese cats as they are virtually genetically the same - they are fun loving and very affectionate

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