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Burmese Cat VS Javanese Cat

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Burmese Cat VS. Javanese Cat.

What are the differences between these two cat breeds?

The Burmese is often described as a “brick wrapped in silk,” a testament to his solid, muscular body. While the original Burmese was a dark solidbrown color known as sable, he now comes in other shades as well, including blue, champagne, and platinum. The cats have a compact body with a rounded head; large, expressive eyes in gold or yellow; and mediumsize ears that are rounded at the tips and tilt slightly forward.

The coat is short and satiny. The traditional sable is a rich, warm brown, slightly lighter on the underbody. A kitten’s coat darkens as it matures. Nose leather and paw pads are brown. A champagnecolored Burmese is a warm honeybeige shading to a pale goldtan on the underside. Nose leather is a light warm brown and paw pads are a warm pinkish tan. Blue Burmese have a mediumblue coat with a slightly lighter belly. Nose leather and paw pads are slate gray. Platinum Burmese are a pale silverygray with light fawn undertones and a slightly lighter color on the underbody. The nose leather and paw pads are pretty lavenderpink. Some associations permit other colors, including tortoiseshell, lilac and red.

Except for color and coat length, the Siamese and the Javanese are indistinguishable, having a svelte but muscular body with long lines and a wedgeshaped head that is long and tapering from the narrow point of the nose outward to the tips of the ears, forming a triangle. The unusually large ears are wide at the base and pointed at the tip, giving them the same triangular shape as the head. Mediumsize eyes are almondshaped. The body is often described as tubular and is supported by long, slim legs, with the hind legs higher than the front legs. The Javanese walks on small, dainty, oval paws and swishes a long, thin tail that tapers to a fine point. The appearance of the body is softened by a mediumlength coat that is fine and silky. It is longest on the plumed tail.

The other way in which the Javanese differs from the Siamese is in the point colors seen in the breed. The darker points of the face, ears, paws, and tail come in solid colors such as red and cream, plus various lynx point colors, including seal lynx point and sealtortie point, and particolor points such as chocolatetortie and lilac cream. The eyes are always a deep, vivid blue.


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