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If the Burmese's personality does not win you over they keep another trump card up their sleeve. Their sleek athletic bodies and silky dark coat give these felines a grace and beauty to compliment their tenderness. The Burmese tends to be a stocky cat with well-formed muscular development and short legs. They are a medium sized breed but can be deceptively heavy. A round head with a short muzzle plays a wonderful backdrop for their hypnotically large golden eyes. The silky short coat of the Burmese is very fine and tends to lie close to the body. The traditional Burmese wears a solid dark sable brown coat, but is also accepted in champagne, blue and platinum. Burmese that are not sable are often referred to as Malayan. A pear shaped face with limited nose break usually is associated with traditional Burmese, while contemporary cats have a more rounded face and short pug like nose. With their large brilliant eyes and silky coat the Burmese strut gracefully into the hearts of many.

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