Pictures of Birman Kittens
A typical phenomenon in point cats is that the kittens are born white. Their dark points only color up later. It can be a year before a Birman reaches its ultimate color, with its “mask” also only fully developing over time. You can see this phenomenon in following pictures of Birman kittens.
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Pictures of Birman Cats
Here is the place of lovely collection of pictures of Birman cats. Do you know one of the legends how Birman cat appeared? Let us tell you:
A long time ago white cats lived in a temple of Birma and enjoyed special protection. One day the temple was attacked and many of the worshippers were killed.
One of the priests was by the statue of the blue-eyed goddess Tsun-Kyan-Kse at the moment when he was struck down.
While he breathed his last, a white cat jumped on to his body and looked at the image of the goddess. Its eyes became blue, and its ears, muzzle, legs and tail took on a dark shade. Only its paws stayed white. All the cats in the temple underwent the same transformation at that moment.
Is this true? Who knows?
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Sacred Birman Cats
Birman cats have e predominantly quiet and tolerant disposition. Their voices are unobtrusive and soft. If they set their heart to something, they use mainly body language and eye contact to make their wishes known.
Birman cats enjoy the companionship of their family, but are usually not real lap cats, although they like to be near their people and will lie close to them on the sofa. Many Birmans tend to forge a special link with one individual in the household.
Birman cat is subtle in their behavior and sensitive – they certainly do not appreciate the humor in being teased or chased. Such rough treatment can thoroughly upset her , although she rarely shows her claws in such cases.
Aggressive behavior is foreign to Birman cats. A Birman does not like too much bustle and should therefore always be given the opportunity to find a quiet spot in the house to which she can retreat.
Birman cat usually get on well with other cats, just as the presence of a quiet dog should present few problems. Birman cats also get on excellently with children, as long as the children treat them equably.
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