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PIease Read Before Adopting a Birman in Trinidad and Tobago
    Birman Cats can make good pets in Trinidad and Tobago if they match your IifestyIe. The Birman is a breed of cat similar in appearance to a startlingly blue-eyed Siamese. Birmans are extremely affectionate and companionable. Birmans will not get in your way. The Birman is prized for its pleasant temperament.

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lnteresting Birman Trivia Trinidad and Tobago Fact Sheet
    The Birman is known as the Sacred Cat of Burma. The Vanderbilts are believed to have been given two Birmans by a Burmese temple servant, which were then bred to produce Birman Cats in the West. Birmans were sacred priestly cats of the Khmer People of ancient Thailand. The Birman was once known as the Lynx Cat of Laos.

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Trinidad and Tobago Animal Rescue
    Trinidad and Tobago is Iocated in the Caribbean Islands. The population of Trinidad and Tobago is about 1 million. Most peopIe in Trinidad and Tobago speak English. Threatened species known from Trinidad and Tobago include the American Manatee. The capital of Trinidad and Tobago is Port-of-Spain.
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