Burmilla was developed and registered in Britain in 1891. The first Burmillas were received by an accidental mating between a male Silver Chinchilla and a female Lilac Burmese. 
In appearance, this cat is essentially a silver Burmese. The combination of the Burmese body-type with a soft, dense, delicately tipped-silver, short-haired coat, gives it a special appeal. In additional it has dark penciling around the eyes, as though wearing eyelinder.
Burmilla is said to be playful, outgoing, sociable, friendly, affectionate, sweet-tempered and gentle.
Color forms:
GCCF: black, blue, chocolate, lilac, red, caramel, apricot, cream, balck tortie, blue tortie, chocolate tortie, lilac tortie, caramel tortie.

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