The Birman Cat Club of Australia was founded in 1977 by a group of people dedicated to this wonderful breed. The club is affiliated with the New South Wales Cat Fanciers Association of Australia, which is a member of the Coordinating Cat Council of Australia. It is a non-profit organisation with the purpose of providing a meeting place for not only breeders of the Birman cat, but exhibitors and pet owners, with the intention of promoting this delightful breed. We encourage all people to practise responsible cat ownership for Australian conditions and for our members to strive to breed Birmans of the best standard.
The club holds an annual Championship Show to promote our cats to the public and we also have a helpline for those people with questions they may like assistance with.
Take a look at our Classified section.
Birmans are generally a gentle, people loving feline. They thrive on your companionship but in a quiet, peaceful manner. They adapt well in most households, even making best friends with the canine of the home. If you would like to know more about taking care of a Birman, take a look at our Birman Care page.
If you would like to know a bit of history of the Sacred Cat of Burma, we do have some interesting information on our site.
For a kitten desexed, vaccinated twice and microchipped, please expect to pay up to $900.00, for this current season 2016.
Please check our Classifieds for kittens available with our breeders. Our breeders sometimes also have older cats and retirees looking for loving new homes.