European Burmese Cat Behavior/Personality/feeding


History:
The European Burmese originated from Wrong Mau - the first Burmese introduced to the western world by Dr. Thompson in 1930. The Wrong Mau was mated with Siamese and the resulting kittens were selected for further propogation. From the United States the breed spread to the UK and other parts of the world.

Description
The European Burmese cat has a coat that is short and fine. There is almost no undercoat and the texture is satiny. The large and alert eyes are set apart with a slight slant toward the nose. The eyes are a bright yellow to amber. The medium-sized ears are wide at the base and are set apart with a small forward tilt. The head is somewhat rounded with wide cheekbones and a strong chin. The body is medium in size and length. The chest is strong and the body may be hard and muscular. The European Burmese cats may be heavier than they appear. The legs are slender and the tail length is medium.

Features
The European Burmese is a medium-sized shorthaired cat. These cats are extremely smart. loving and devoted. The European Burmese is an elegant cat that has good bone structure. The eyes are expressive with a sweet facial expression. These cats love people and make great companions. They do prefer the company of other animal. but can adjust to being the only pet.


European Burmese Cat
European Burmese Cat

The European Burmese stands out from the Burmese by way of its additional colors and breed type. Burmese come in brown, chocolate, blue and lilac. European Burmese come in those colors as well as red, cream, brown tortoiseshell, chocolate tortoiseshell, blue tortoiseshell and lilac tortoiseshell. The body type also differs. The European Burmese has a moderate body with gently rounded contours, but it's muscular and heavier than it looks. Expressive eyes curve slightly at the top, slanting toward the nose, and range in color from yellow to amber. The wide cheekbones taper to a short, blunt wedge. It’s described as elegant but not fragile.

   
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