- Brown - a rich, warm seal brown
- Blue - soft blue-grey with a silver sheen
- Chocolate - a warm, milk chocolate
- Lilac - dove grey with a mauve tinge
- Red - Tangarine
- Brown Tortie - Brown with shades of red
- Blue Tortie - Blue with shades of cream
- Chocolate Tortie - Chocolate with shades of red
- Lilac Tortie - lilac with shades of cream
In fact they are known as the 'dog of the cat world' . They can be taught to retrieve toys or paper balls and like dogs, tend to shadow their owners so as to give and receive attention. It is not unusual on arrival home, to be greeted by your Burmese at the door.
They dislike being alone. If you are away a lot, it is better to have two cats to keep each other company.
They retain their kittenish curiosity and playfulness throughout their life
Excellent muscle tone. The Burmese is powerfully built and is generally heavy for their size. Medium sized cat. Females are generally smaller than males.
Easy to groom. Their coat is satin-like in texture and very glossy.
Although they are prepared to hold long conversations with its owners.
It is advisable to provide scratching poles so that they do not use furniture to sharpen their claws. Some training may be needed.
As a result they tend to wander and there is a high incidence of Burmese that go missing. It is best to keep your Burmese inside. They adapt very well to living indoors.
In summary, Burmese Cats are intelligent and affectionate and are interested in everything that humans do. They are an exotic looking cat and are the perfect addition to any family. They require plenty of company and if you can't spend the time with them, then having two Burmese cats would be a better option. Life is never dull with two Burmese!