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The demanding and mischievous character of the Burmese mixed with the easy-going, relaxed nature of the Chinchilla, gives the Burmilla its unique personality.

The Burmilla loves games and most learn to fetch quite easily. They also adjust well to other pet animals. This breed is a wonderful companion with irresistible qualities.

 
Temperament

The Burmilla is a gentle, intelligent and extremely affectionate cat with an exceptional temperament.

Appearance

The Burmilla is a beautiful medium sized shorthaired cat with a muscular body and good bone structure.

More About The Burmilla

The Shaded, or Burmilla, is the original Asian variety and originated in Britain in 1981, from an accidental mating of a female Lilac European Burmese (Bambino Lilac Faberge), and a male Chinchilla Silver Persian (Jemari Sanquist). The combined quality of their kittens, their spectacular look, and their superb temperament prompted a controlled breeding program to establish a new breed. Standards emerged in 1984 and the breed was granted championship status in Britain in 1990’s.

The Burmilla is a gentle, intelligent and extremely affectionate cat with an exceptional temperament. Burmillas are very extroverted, social cats that love their humans, both adults and children. They also have a very confident, playful and inquisitive nature. The Burmilla will delight humans with their antics and games and most learn to fetch quite easily. They also adjust well to other pet animals. This breed is a wonderful companion with irresistible qualities.

Care

The Burmilla coat is short, dense and silky in texture so general grooming of the coat is minimal. The short coat of the Burmilla can mat or tangle but it is easy to groom. Comb them once or twice a week with a stainless steel comb to keep their coat beautiful.

The Burmilla can be prone to kidney disease and allergies.