The beautiful Burmese

Helgren, J. Anne
August 1998
Cats Magazine;Aug98, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p54
Presents information on the Burmese breed of cats. Description of the cat; Why this type of cat is classified as exotic; Background information on the cat; Details on the various types of Burmese cats.


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