BCS Burmese Welfare and Rehoming Service
I have two Burmese/Burmilla cats,they are brothers aged 12 years. They are a joy, they sleep together, lick each other, play together, and are the gentlest cats in the world. I have never seen them hiss – except at the dog next door, or scratch – except to ‘bat’ the grandchildren when they were little – without claws.
Not only affectionate but they love people and being held and touched and stroked. They have no vices or illnesses at all, and are both very fit and well. They are vaccinated annually, and wormed as a precaution every month and likewise wear flea collars.
Having now retired for just over a year, I have more time to do the things I want, which means much more and longer travel. I could not bear to put them in a cattery for any extended time, and it’s not fair to ask neighbours to feed them. More importantly they need proper love and human contact, they deserve to be happy.
They have a tree surrounded garden, and love climbing up the trees and trellises. We are safe from the road, so I don’t keep them in at night, although they curl up and sleep together then.
Danny is black with shiny soft fur, and is the real cuddler. He is highly intelligent and loves being talked to. Gandalf is grey with beautiful markings, and slightly more shy, but just as affectionate.
I have loved them since I got them from a Burmese broader in Liphook and it is very hard to now consider rehoming, but I want them to be loved by someone who will be more present than I can be.
Pippa Bray – email@example.com
I have lost my little 11 years old blue Burmese. She has just disappeared and I fear she has been stolen.
I am heartbroken and trying by any means possible to find her.
She has only been missing for a couple of days but it is so out of character for her I know something is very wrong.
Address 11 Riding Close West Bromwich West Midlands B71 3SG
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Missing in the Cornwall area
Above are a couple of photos of Ronnie. What the photo doesn’t show very well is how tiny she is. She is probably the size of a 6 month old kitten. My telephone number is 07909914391 (my name is
Please, could you help us find our 12 year old brown Burmese cat that went missing in Feb this year fro outside our home 20 Sandlea Park West Kirby Wirral. We had an extensive search locally with posters and adverts in the local paper but no definite sightings. We think he may have been stolen and may be taken in a car.
Oscar has a kink in his tail and can look black in certain light. This is like losing our child so we are totally broken.
particularly our mum who is nearly 103years old who was very close to the cat and would nurse him for a large part of the day. We also have another cat Oscars brother who spends much of his day calling for Oscar as they have been friends all of their lives.
This loss is life changing. We feel so helpless so please could you help.
Contact Alison Wright – email@example.com
Welfare: The BCS runs a welfare service for troubled, abandoned or lost Burmese cats across the UK. We have a number of safe houses where they can be cared for until their owner can be found or they can be placed in a new loving home. Our welfare officer is Margaret Walkden and details of the cats who we are currently looking after and needing a new home can be viewed by following the link below.
Rehoming service: In addition we are also able to provide a re-homing service for people who have Burmese cats that are looking for a permanent loving new home. This can be for a variety of reasons. Often breeding cats on retirement thrive in a home where they can be the centre of attention. And sometimes Burmese decide that they want to live alone rather than with other cats- they are all individual as you probably know! The re-homing list exists as a point of contact and is a service offered to members to improve the life of the Burmese cats in their care. However, an entry on the list does not constitute a recommendation by the Burmese Cat Society. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information given. We do ask that any health issues are stated and that cats being re-homed should be neutered. The list is the initial contact point between the cats current and future owners and the BCS cannot accept any responsibility for any subsequent problems that arise with the re-homing process. We are though committed to providing advice and assistance where needed.
Fund Raising: The welfare service can only survive through donations and fund raising events. We are always very grateful for any money sent to us and the money is vital to the continuance of the service. Donations to the Burmese Cat Society Welfare Fund are used exclusively for this work and your support is greatly appreciated. If you would like to make a donation then a cheque made payable to the Burmese Cat Society should be sent to: Inglewood, Glazeley, Nr Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 6AB
If you have an urgent need to rehome a Burmese cat or there are issues of welfare or rescue please contact: Mrs Janet Wilshaw email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 07702 660092
If your need to rehome a burmese cat is not urgent and you are able to keep the cat until the new home is found, we can put the details on our website with you as the contact so you are fully involved in deciding the best new home for them. If this is the case please contact Mrs Janet Wilshaw email: email@example.com tel: 07702 660092 with details of the cat(s), photo’s and full details for the website.
If we have nothing suitable for you try the Burmese Cat Club http://www.burmesecatclub.com/
The Burmese Cat Club is the larger of the two Clubs and they have a far greater network of safe houses if the need for rehoming is urgent. They are based in regions of the UK and their details can be found at http://www.burmesecatclub.com/
If you are interested in any of the cases which appear on this page or are interested in homing a rescue Burmese in the future please contact the person linked to the advert.