Is it a panther? Is it a ninja? No, it's a Bombay cat!
Except for his dramatic black coat, the Bombay looks much like the Burmese, but with a few physical differences such as a larger, longer body and longer legs. The Bombay has a rounded head with medium-size ears set wide apart, eyes that range in color from gold to copper, and a straight, medium-length tail. The short, fine coat feels satiny to the touch and shines like patent leather.
Although the gene for the black coat is dominant, a sable-colored kitten is sometimes born in a Bombay litter. Some associations permit these kittens to be registered as Burmese. The Bombay is a medium-size cat; when lifted, it feels heftier than it looks. The breed develops slowly and males may not reach full size and musculature until they are 2 years old.
The outgoing Bombay is a perfect choice for families with children and cat-friendly dogs. The Bombay loves the attention it receives from children who treat it politely and with respect. The Bombay lives peacefully with cats and dogs who respect it’s authority.
The price for a Bombay kitten is normally € 1.500