10 Facts you Don’t realize about Bombay Cats


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Bombays are the last word fisher. Their glossy coat is paired with a group of golden saucer-like eyes, earning the breed its nickname “the leather kid with the penny eyes.”

Aside from its exotic looks, the Bombay is an endearing, playful, and agreeable feline.

What else can study this relatively new breed?

1-Bombay cats have a “wild” side


Much like the Savannah cat or the Bengal cat, the Bombay was bred to manufacture a domestic feline with a feral appearance.

Bombay cats have a “wild” side
Much like the Savannah cat or the Bengal cat, the Bombay was bred to manufacture a domestic feline with a feral appearance.

American breeders crossed sable Burmese with African-American Shorthair cats to realize the Bombay’s exotic panther-like look. Their wild cat sway and striking appearance have earned them the nicknames the “mini-panther” and therefore the “parlor panther.”

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