The RagaMuffin was in CFA Miscellaneous status for six years and in Provisional status for two years and as of May 1st it will compete in the Championship class. The overall impression of the RagaMuffin should be one of sweetness and robust health. They are a large cat with substantial bone structure. The large, expressive eyes strongly contribute to the overall sweet look.
New Breeds (CFA News Letter February, 2011)
February 16, 2011 by lykasal
At the Executive Board Meeting earlier this month the Burmilla was accepted for Registration and the RagaMuffins were advanced to Championship.
The Burmilla is a man-made breed originating in the UK approximately 25 years ago from an accidental breeding of a Chinchilla Silver male Persian to a Burmese female. The resulting kittens were so attractive that the owner decided to embark upon a breeding program. Blending these two breeds together produces cats that are impish and mishievous, but quiet and gentle, a sweet natured cat that is people oriented and loving. The Burmilla is a small to medium sized cat. The overall look should be somewhat like a foreign Burmese but with a sweeter, more open look. The coat color is tipped / shaded in a number of colors. Allowable outcrosses are Chinchilla Persian (no CPCs) and European Burmese. They come in both longhair and shorthair.
The only extremes in this cat are large size, large expressive eyes and docile nature. RagaMuffins come in all coat colors and patterns, with the pointed and pointed with white colors being registered by CFA but not shown.
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