Burmese 3(Asian) - adult burmese

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adult burmese - Burmese 3(Asian)


The American Burmese cats are stockier with broader heads and round eyes. Both variants are muscular an can weigh up to 12 or 13 lbs. Their coats are short, fine and glossy and their color must be solid with shading and occasional color point markings. Retired Adult Burmese By Victor Hanson March 31, UBCF recommends that prospective pet owners request a non-committal visit to the cattery they are considering. A contract and health history should be provided by the breeder and carefully reviewed with questions answered.

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While adult Burmese are placid cats, they also tend to be very kittenish and love their daily playtime. They love being adored by their parent, and love having their stomach rubbed and being petted. A daily petting session is a must for any Burmese. Currently, Burmese Rescue is in need of foster homes, special needs homes and permanent homes for our most senior Burmese. Our special needs and elderly Burmese are our most difficult placements due to lack of available homes. We routinely have many elderly Burmese that need a good home to live out the few remaining years of their lives.

Burmese are convinced that it is their job to run the house. Females tend to demand center stage and take an active role in managing the household. Males on the other hand tend to be more relaxed, managing from a comfortable spot on your lap. The kittens as well as all the adult cats in the home should appear healthy with clear eyes, noses. Burmese do well with a blend of wet food, dried cat biscuits and the occasional people snack. Providing Burmese with a diet of all dry cat food may cause kidney problems. Offer an adult Burmese cat food twice daily; if a senior Burmese has gained weight from a reduced activity rate, you may feed once daily.