Bombay kittens for sale & cats for adoption. Bombay cats are moderately active. They are not incredibly rambunctious or demanding but they certainly …
The Bombay breed doesn’t come from India, as the name might suggest, but is actually an American breed create when black American Shorthairs and sable Burmese cats were bred together. Bombay cats are full of energy and are clever. They’re also adaptable and calm, which makes them a great choice for busy households. Bombay cats love affection but don’t always like to share their people. They can get along with other pets, as long as everyone knows that the Bombay is the boss! Bombay kittens for sale.
Character Intelligent and affectionate
Lifespan 12-20 years
Weight 8-15 pounds
The Bombay is a medium-size cat, well-balanced, friendly, alert, and outgoing; muscular and having a surprising weight for their size. Their body and tail is usually of medium length, their head rounded with medium-sized, wide-set ears, a moderate nose stop, which is visible, large rounded wide-set eyes.
The breed is develop by Nikki Horner, a breeder from Louisville, Kentucky, who, starting in 1958, attempted to create a breed of cat that resembled a miniature black panther.
The breed was officially recognize and register by the Cat Fanciers’ Association in 1970
and The International Cat Association in 1979.
Bombay is a beautiful little panther with shiny black coat and gold eyes. Cats have medium size of body, but very good musculature.
They are easy communicating with children and other pets.
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