nose is brick red, also with a dark outline. At birth, Burmilla
kittens can be very dark, some with distinct tabby markings which disappear
very quickly on the body, or almost white, in which case the colour starts
appearing within a few days. They have a dense coat with a feeling of
raw silk at the tips. They also come in a variety of colours and coat
patterns from solid, tabby (ticked, classic, etc) or smoke. Burmillas come
in both short and semi long hair inheriting genes from both the
Burmese (shorthair) and Chinchilla (longhair) parentage.
The Burmilla is an outgoing, friendly and sociable cat that has inherited
slightly modified characteristics from both of the original parents; it is
not as noisy nor demanding as the Burmese, but is more adventurous and
inquisitive than the Chinchilla
is set to become increasingly more popular because of its good looks and
extremely good nature.
great with children. Combined with their low maintenance and wonderful
disposition they make an ideal family pet.