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This isn't entirely feline, but it is relevant to our group's cherished aims. It is tragic. Click on the picture.
Hey it's better than burning them because they are black...
Sorry Robert, some things get up my nose. Superstition is one!
But as the owner of two black cats I agree that anything is better than burning them because of their colour.
#7 - Tehehe @ camera kitty! What a confident creature!
I like this news story too: http://now-here-this.timeout.com/2013/11/17/kilburn-residents-door-broken-down-a...
have seen Burmese cats in Burma! There is a breeder at Inle Lake who has sourced pure breed cats from around the world and is trying to re-establish the breed in this country.
We went to the cattery yesterday- it is on the ground floor of a very old and lovely house- there is an island which are situated their houses and grounds and a walkway over the water to the interaction area which is where they get fed. We arrived for their breakfast so there were plenty on display in all the colours- lovely lilacs and sables.
They were as gregarious and interactive as our Marmion street ones were, jumping into laps and on to shoulders, just because they could.
I am picking a few nits here because 'sable' is black and the black Burmese are, of course, called Bombay ... and the Burmese breed originally came from Siam; but I am looking forward to her photos and it is nice to know that there are cat lovers there trying to establish a national identity via the feline population.
Hmm, that sounds like an ABC Radio series :) A bit like Alistair Cooks 'Letters From America'!
And may I also thank you Robert #13. I have a friend (who enticed me to join LT) who is a 'cryptozoologist' (amateur) who has often pointed out, to me, the latest status of the various Wild Cat species.
I hope this time I have surprised him.
Whatever colour they are, it would be lovely to see Burmese cats in Burma! Please post pictures if you can.
My friend had heard the news...
The new species of oncilla appears to have been "hiding in plain site." This happens quite a bit - they DNA test and find that the brown kiwi is two species, although the clouded leopard was sufficiently different they might have guessed!
ETA: A WIKI link to the Oncilla
Hopefully "img src= URL" might jog your memory.
I tried to spell it out in my above message but it was still being interpreted as code :-(
Does anyone know were 'your favourite messages' are stored?
For the moment that will have to do. In the preview the link works to take you to the picture
Edited to say "thank you", PM
Less than symbol
the following text "img src=" without the quote marks.
A double quote mark.
The URL from your junk file. Just click on the image, look at properties and copy that address. ie. Your URL for that picture.
Another double quote.
Greater than symbol (>)
Yes those 'pointy' things. Known in Mathematics for several hundred years. Co-opted by IT only in the last 50 or so years.
I hope that helps :-)
PS. I too have several 1000+ page HTML manuals. Unless you have looked at them recently, you forget and can't even navigate them! As happened to me wrt. this thread.
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Those Burmese cats in Burma are something! I notice they are more unicolored and their "points" are very subdued compared to our breeds here in the US. They are just beautiful, I absolutely love the lilac and tawny colors for cats.