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Mme Spikes (Birmans)
Transcript of Mme Spikes (Birmans)
They are most often claimed to have been the
companions of temple
priests in Northern Burma - they are called 'temple cats' and are meant have a
My own Birman cat is called '
She is 3 years old
She is a Lilac point
We got her when she was 6 weeks old
She was very timid at first
She used to hide in the house and we couldn't find her!
She loves going in our garden and chases after leaves!
She sleeps A LOT!
And here she is now...
The Birman cat, also called the "
Sacred Cat of Burma
", is a long-haired, colorpointed cat distinguished by a
deep blue eyes
. A special and unique feature of the Birman is their beautiful
called "gloves" or "socks" .
Birman kittens are born
and develop their colour as they mature. They come in a rainbow of colours, including seal, blue, lilac, chocolate, red, cream, and tortie.
This is the first time we saw her.
She slept on the journey back to her new home.
She liked to be close by.
We showed her how to use her litter tray!
She loved to play hide and seek!