NABB's Burmese Breed Rescue program was implemented in July 2000 to demonstrate our dedication to ensuring that unwanted, displaced or abandoned Burmese find safe, loving and permanent homes. Since its inception, we have successfully re-homed more than 1000 Burmese and the need continues to grow every year.
Most of our Burmese in need of rescue or rehoming are over the age of five and more often over the age of ten. We regularly have Burmese aged 10 to 15 that are in need of new homes in various areas of the country. Our adoption fee varies from zero to $200 depending on the situation of the particular rescue.
We do not have Burmese kittens for adoption and only occasionally we have young adults available. If you are interested in a Burmese kitten, you will need to purchase one from a breeder. You can find a list of breeders in your local area in our Breeder Directory.
Primarily, we use a referral process to help find permanent homes for Burmese that have been abandoned or displaced or for whom current owners can no longer provide a home. So, for example, let's say that there are two Burmese that need rehoming in Atlanta, GA. If you can provide a home, you contact the owner of the cat from the information provided by Burmese Rescue and you negotiate with the holder as to transportation arrangements. We work by connecting people together.
If you are interested in adopting a rescued Burmese, please join the Yahoo! group: "Burmese_rescue_list". To do so, send an email to Burmese_Rescue_Listemail@example.com and in the subject line write: subscribe. This will sign you up for instant emailings of rescued Burmese that may be in your area. If you do not wish to be included in these communications, please check our Current Rescues page for updates.
Our Rescue Program only operates in the United States and Canada. We do not adopt Internationally. For information on Burmese Rescues in the UK see www.burmesecatclub.com or www.burmesecatsociety.org.uk
If you have a Burmese that is in need of relocation or you know of an unwanted or abandoned Burmese, please fill out a survey for the Rescue Coordinator on the rescue form with your complete contact information. The Rescue Coordinator will contact you shortly. For any other questions, please contact the Rescue Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org