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 Bombay cat

Another name for Little Black Panther


The popularity of the Bombay cat around the world is ranked #36.


The original home of the Bombay cat is the United States of America


The life span of a Bombay cat is between 12 - 16 years


Small to medium size Bombay cat


The Bombay cat is a domestic cat par excellence


The approximate weight of a Bombay cat weighs between 3.5 - 5 kg



Advantages and disadvantages of a Burmese cat

Bombay cat features

He is an affectionate, independent and very gentle cat, highly intelligent and playful.




Bombay cat is predominantly black




Bombay cat body

The Bombay cat has shiny, soft-touch fur




Bombay cat features

Excellent acclimatization


Children's love is very good


Kindness to dogs is excellent


Intelligence is excellent


good energy


Poor health problems


The level of affection is excellent


Voice expression is excellent




An overview of the Bombay cat

The Bombay cat is one of the newly emerging types of cats, and its appearance was the result of the mating of Burmese cats with black American short-haired cats, and the origin of the name Bombay cats is due to its great similarity to the black Indian tigers, and for this also there are those who like to call it the small black tiger.



Characteristics of the Bombay cat.

It is a very intelligent social cat and loves to take care of it, and the more it grows, it becomes an independent cat despite its great need for social warmth. Bombay considers the members of the family he lives with like members of his family and loves them very much without exception, also he is a lot of meow and this feature makes some people describe him as a chatty cat, but some He sees it as a positive feature because he always expresses his feelings and feelings. When he feels hungry or sick, he will tell you immediately through his constant meowing and a lot.



Features of the Bombay cat.

The Bombay cat has a medium build and graceful stature that ends with thick feet and a round and stocky head. Its ears are medium in size and rounded limbs. It has a short black nose and golden round eyes. It has a tail of medium length and often its heavy weight may reach 12 kg in males despite its small size. .




At the birth of a Bombay cat, his young are pale black, and then when they grow up, the color becomes more black. Also, the eyes of the young are blue and over time, their color becomes golden.




Children and the Bombay Cat:

The Bombay cat may be suitable for families that raise other animals such as dogs that are friendly to cats, also he loves to play with children who respect him and treat him well, so he may adapt quickly in the bosom of families with children, and we always advise children to teach how to deal with pets.






Have Bombay and other pets.

If you have other animals, they should be introduced to each other in a controlled environment to intervene if necessary.

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