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A Puma house cat is the result of breeding TICA registered Bengals with CFA registered Burmese, then recrossing back and now 3rd and 4th generation of PUMA to PUMA. It's personality is very inquisitive. They use paws and mouth to examine objects, always watching, interact with people, climb and jump. Well balanced. Like to fetch and play with water. Good with other cats, but can be jealous. Talkative with different sounds for different things. Very little shedding.

It should give the impression of the wild Puma, Cougar, Mountain Lion. The Puma house cat comes in many different colors. The body should be athletic with heavy weight strong bones, good muscle, deep chested, long active tail. The head wide eyes large almond shaped, smallish ears, set to the side. Muzzle blunt ended, broad, strong color solid or ticked upper body any single color from golden to rust, deep brown, greyish, with white muzzle and light underside. Tail may be tipped darker and slight "M" markings on forehead and tracing of necklace. Eyes from hazel, light blueish green, gold, brown and copper. Kittens darken in stages from lighter to darker. At present males are maturing to 15-18lbs, females 10-13lbs. (lean weight) No genetic modifications or defects.

Personalities, very inquisitive, use paws and mouth to examine objects, always watching, interact with people, climb and jump. Well balanced. Like to fetch and play with water. Good with other cats, but can be jealous. Talkative with different sounds for different things. Very little shedding.