Birman

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Birman

a longhaired breed of cat with blue eyes and a light body with darker points (ears, face, legs and tail) in colors similar to the Siamese. The paws are white ('gloves'). Called also Sacred Cat of Burma. The breed is affected by an inherited polyneuropathy.
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FINALLY, still no sign of the owner of the two-year-old Birman Cat, discovered lost or abandoned in Clydebank Shopping Centre just before Christmas.
WHEN I had my 19-year-old Birman cat Misty put down she was in a sorry state, crotchety and losing control of her bowels.
Not all animals are as fortunate as a smashing two-year-old Chocolate Point Birman cat which was discovered lost in Clydebank shopping centre.
Now, on the subject of cats I did have some experience having kept two Birman cats, Misty and then Tinky for more than two decades.