All about the Bombay

Posted by Edward Cruz on

 

The breed was first develop in the 1950s  by a breeder named Nikki Horner whose purpose is to have a breed that resembled a small panther. She used certain American Shorthairs and Burmese to get the all-black, copper-eyed cat.

The Cat Fanciers Association granted the Championship status to the Bombay in 1976. The International Cat Association considers Bombay as part of the Burmese group. The American Cat Fanciers Association also recognizes the breed. The crossbreeding of Burmese and Bombay is allowed by all three registries.

Bombays are popular with their short, sleek, black coats. They have eyes that comes in a range of gold to copper color. This medium-sized, sturdy cat also has black nose leather and paw pads.

These cats are cheerful and friendly nature. who love to play and interact with humans and other pets. Many Bombays can be trained to go outdoors on a leash and play fetch with a small ball. They are very social cats who like a lot of attention. They are active cats and need plenty of stimulation.

 

 


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