The University of Edinburgh are currently investigating a cluster of tuberculosis (TB) infections in cats that may be linked to a certain type of raw pet food. Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria and is spread between people and animals primarily through coughs and sneezes or through open skin wounds. There are several species of bacteria that … Continued
This years show was a resounding success and we have some wonderful photographs to share with you.
My husband introduced me to Burmese cats about 25 years ago when I suggested we ought to have a cat (my husband had always had cats in his life and I hadn’t). I thought I’d like a Siamese – he said ‘no’! look at the Burmese, having met one at a friends house. That was 1992 … Continued
It is with great sadness I inform you all of the death of Patsy Yardley, a good friend and long-term lover of Burmese cats.
We are pleased to announce the clubs AGM will take place on Saturday the 11th May 2019. Click below for further details.
Bert was rehomed through the benevolent fund earlier in the year, find out how he is settling in!
A little update on Jeffery here at his retirement home by the sea. I can’t thank the benevolent fund enough. We can heartily recommend a senior Burmese, Jeffery is the most loving and affectionate boy! Jeffery likes to get up close and personal for hugs in the morning! Here he is celebrating his 16th with … Continued
The Burmese Cat Club calendar for 2019 is now available to order!
Enter your beloved Burmese cat or just pop along to admire the entrants and a spot of retail therapy!
We would be most grateful to all owners of Burmese cats who would be willing to participate in our research by filling in the online health survey.