Non-agouti, plus one copy of the Burmese gene, plus two copies of any C Locus gene. To be an even, rich mid-brown, devoid of dinginess, silvering, or patches. Shades of brown can vary based on which C locus is used in the pairing. Eyes black or Ruby. When you breed Burmese x Burmese you get sable. And when breeding Burmese to the C locus you get get pointed pattern known as tonkiness.

Our Burmese color came from breeding a Tonkiness to one of our Siamese Silvermane Harley carriers. With this pairing we got two Burmese and now can add Silvermane and Burmese, tonkiness as sable to our colors of Harleys and even marten Burmese.

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