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The Bombay cat is a type of short-haired cat developed by breeding sable Burmese and black American Shorthair cats, to produce a cat of mostly Burmese type, but with a sleek, panther-like black coat. Bombay is the name given to black cats of the Asian group.

 

The Bombay is a medium-size cat, well-balanced, friendly, alert, and outgoing; muscular and having a surprising weight for their size. Their weight is usually 8 to 15 pounds (3.6 to 6.8 kg) or more with males typically being heavier than females.

 

Their body and tail are usually of medium length, their head rounded with medium-sized, wide-set ears, a moderate nose stop, which is visible, and large rounded wide-set eyes.

 

Bombay cats are typically characterized as having an all-black coat, black soles, black nose, and mouth, with copper or green eyes. The close-lying, sleek and glossy black coat is generally colored to the roots, with little or no paling.

 

 

Younger Bombays are active, curious cats and adapt very easily to change. At any age, they love to look at the world around them and their favorite place may often turn out to be a window where they can observe the world outside.

These cats are very affectionate and will, at times, demand time with their parents.

 


The personality of the Bombay cat tends to be highly social, is marked by strong attachment to families, and is typified by a craving for attention.

They are therefore well suited to any home with people who will love them and care for them. Keep him indoors to protect him from cars, diseases spread by other cats, and attacks from other animals.



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