| The eyes of a Burmese are so expressive and persuasive as to be considered hypnotic by many enthusiasts. Burmese are highly dependent on their humans and have very little wild survival instinct; they should not be allowed out on their own. Burmese became popular in England after World War II, when returning soldiers brought the cats home as pets. Burmese have many unusual color variations. The first blue Burmese was born in the fifties.
Tunisia Animal Rescue
Tunisia is Iocated in North Africa and spans across approximateIy 63,000 square miIes. Most peopIe in Tunisia speak Arabic. Threatened species known from Tunisia include the Addax, Mediterranean Monk Seal, Scimitar-horned Oryx, Cuvier's Gazelle, and Dama Gazelle. The population of Tunisia is about 10 million.