A Cute Gallery of Bombay Kittens

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As we discussed in our first Bombay Article, the Bombay cat is a highly social breed that loves to be in the company of others.  Bombays tend to be attached to their families and crave attention, and for this reason this breed is highly suitable for children.  Bombay cats are not independent.  But also remember that these are cats that do seek attention, therefore you shouldn’t leave them alone for too long.   Overall this is an intelligent and playful breed that any owner should be very happy to have.   So today, we decided some cuteness was in order and we’re sharing some great Bombay kitty pictures in the pages to follow.   If you have your own pics to submit, please feel free right here!

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