|Purred: Wed Mar 7, '12 1:57am PST |
|Hard to tell from that pic. Would need to see pics of paw markings front and particularly the back... and also a pic of her adult coat. The only white markings on her should be her mitts and laces... and its where those laces end that define the breed.
The huff is kinda unique, although none of mine do it when held or cuddled, but they do so when kind of a little bit annoyed. For example Zac will do so when his younger brother is a bit too boisterous at playtime and Zac has had enough. He will either huff and walk off.. or at other times huff and hold his ground. He will also huff if the younger one attempts to stick his nose in Zacs food bowl rather than his own.
You mention that the grandmother is siamese. Its entirely possible that you have a rather interesting and pretty cross. After all, if you trace the history of the Birman breed back many, many, many generations.. you get the siamese and persian at the roots.
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