Happy Wednesday to All,
Inspired by the Simon’s Flickr Challenge #10 “Spots & Dots” and the cute kitties from Mama Elephant’s “Purrfect Pair” stamp set that I just cannot stop playing with, today I’m going to write a few words about birman cats also called “Sacred Cats of Burma”.
You could ask me how are the birman cats related to the spots and dots theme and why do I write about cats on the craft blog? There are two reasons I want to share with you this information.
First the birman cats are colorpointed. It means that they have darker spots that involve face, ears, legs and tail. That is the reason why I relate them to the spots & dots theme.
But the main reason is that I love cats and my furry buddy called Tommy happens to be Sacred Cat of Burma. Like most of the other cardmakers I often color kitty images as my one and since the birman cats are not so well known, people tend to think that my kitties images are Siamese. So I take a chance of this post to introduce you this breed and leave some photos of my furry mischief. Sacred Cats of Burma are distinguished by long-hair, silky coat, deep blue eyes and contrasting white “gloves” on each paw.
My furry friend and I thank you for stopping by!
Tatiana and Tommy 😉