Sugar-sweet Four cute kittens for the fourth Advent Just in time for the fourth Advent, a few magical cat siblings are shown in a cute four-pack. 3 Comments Login to comment 22-12-2013 12:12:33 dorotheadiehr: report more beautiful than the other abuse 22-12-2013 12:12:26 dorotheadiehr: the cat's milk tastes good alone, too, but the picture is too sweet Report abuse 22-12-2013 12:12:34 dorotheadiehr: that is most popular. Report abuse
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HistoryAlso known as the “Sacred Cat of Burma,” the Birman shouldn’t be confused with the Burmese, a completely different type and breed of cat. Birmanie is the French spelling of Burma, which means – you guessed it – the breed was cultivated in France.How the Birman made it from Burma to France is unclear.
Height: 18-22 inchesWeight: 15-25 lbLifespan: 12-15 yearsGroup: AKC HoundBest Suited For: Families with children, active singles and seniors, houses with yardsTemperament: Gentle, calm, obedient, reservedComparable Breeds: Greyhound, Italian GreyhoundNew SearchWhippet BasicsAlthough it’s easy to confuse this interesting breed with its close cousin the Greyhound, the Whippet is actually a strong, friendly breed in its own right.