Origin of this cat in America in (1980) is a twin of the Burmese cat. Medium in size, sturdy, muscular and wide chest with thin legs. The head is round and has eyes
Two rounds, a straight tail with a medium length coat, blue or light gray, short hair, soft and shiny.
An inquisitive, curious and patient animal who loves large places and prefer to eat meat, vegetables and rice
The Asian, also known as the Malayan, is a cat breed similar to the Burmese but in a range of different coat colours and patterns. Long-haired Asians of all varieties are called Tiffanies. Asians are grouped in the foreign section at cat shows
It is a medium-sized cat with a muscular and compact body devoid of fat. It has a broad, rounded chest and slender legs. Its tail is a medium length. The pleasantly rounded head has no flattened areas, and there is a very visible spot in its profile. This gives the Asian a full-looking face. The round and wide-set eyes come in the colour of yellow. Females are not quite as big as the males. They can weigh anywhere from 6–13 pounds.
Coat and colours
The short-haired coat of the Asian is fine, satiny and glossy, and can be multiple colors and patterns. Asian Shorthairs are classified in four different varieties: the Asian Self (including the Bombay, which is a black Asian Self), the Asian Tabby, the Asian Smoke and the Burmilla (which is a shaded Asian).
Asians are very affectionate and good with kids. They share similar traits with their brother, the Burmese. They love to explore and even enjoy traveling by way of a cat carrier. They are quite a talkative and rather loud cat with an apparent strong will. These cats will make sure that you give it the attention it seeks and always seem to want to be held and hugged. They will constantly interact with people, even