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Written on: 03/11/2008
My two burmese cats are more like dogs - they come for walks in the country, they fetch toys I throw for them and they follow me around constantly.
Burmese cats are so affectionate and full of personality, that they are more like members of the family than cats.
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Written on: 16/06/2007 by sturdy (1 review written)
Our Burmese Mulan is full of Character, and is so hard to ignore. She loves being carried around like a baby, or like a parrot on your shoulder. She likes to sleep in the bed with her head sticking out on the pillow.
She does climb on top of doors and cabinets, and loves to get in hard to reach places, so they are not for the faint hearted.
She can be territorial though with other cats. She is fine with our moggies who we introduced to her as a kitten, but we tried to introduce an adult Bengal… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/06/2006 by kapolxalm (3 reviews written)
The Burmese isn't quite as friendly as I was led to believe by the Cat Fancier Association, but our cat may be an anomaly. She has quite the mind of her own and will gladly come sit on your lap, but only if it's her idea. She does follow us around everywhere, greets us at the door, and is otherwise dog-like, as is often described. Ours resists being a pet for whatever reason, but she has grown on us, despite our initial "super-friendly" expectations.
Our Tonk is actually much more… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2005 by lazuli (1 review written)
The beurmese is one of the most affectionate, people loving, devoted, wonderful companions you will ever get.
They love attention and play, and follow you wherever you go like a little dog.
These cats are quite noisy, but their personality more than makes up for it… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2004 by purfidelis (1 review written)
Once you have a Burmese, you'll never want another type of cat and most people can't just stop at one. They are very family orientated, short haired so cast little, are bundles of fun and talk with their eyes as well as their voice. They love the company of other cats and get on well with all family pets. They are quite dog-like and fetch toys to play. The cat that remains kittenish forever… Read Full Review