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Bombaim

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

 Size:

varies

 Weight:

2-5 kg

 Age:

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Characteristics of the Bombaim

Playfulness
Tendency to meow
Energy Level
Loving
Affection Level
Intelligence
Kid Friendly
Pet Friendly
coat

Coat

The Bombay's coat is short, has a fine texture, soft and shiny. The breed is exclusively black and over the years the kittens will gain a more vivid color. It's not necessary to brush them every day, weekly brushes are enough to help them clean themselves and prevent hairballs from forming in the gastrointestinal tract from licking themselves a lot.

Pet Profile

Taking Care of a Bombaim

The Bombay is not a cat that requires a lot of care. Easy to maintain, standard care with body and oral hygiene, food and hydration is required. Daily oral hygiene prevents periodontal disease. The food must be of good quality and water must always be available, preferably from automatic fountains, as we know that the more water kittens consume, the less likely they are to develop kidney and urinary problems in the future. Vaccinations should always be up to date, as well as check-up appointments at the veterinarian.

Health
Health
Curiosities
Curiosities
Intelligence
Intelligence
Temperament
Temperament
Lifetime
Lifetime