CHAROB is situated in Southern River, a suburb south east of Perth, Western Australia.
The name ‘CHAROB’ is derived from the first letters of my name, Charmaine and my husbands name, Rob.
Charob is a member of the Feline Control Council of Western Australia (inc.) (CATSWA) and each kitten comes with his/her own registration certificate.
We are now ‘empty nesters’ with all four of our daughters now gone to their own homes and I now have time to spend with my feline friends. Jodie, one of my daughters has a mutual love for these cats and is very involved in my breeding program and has her own two Burmese cats who have her very well trained.
With a Burmese in the house things are never dull. They always want to be involved in what is going on, always up for a game or a cuddle or just supervise what is going on.
I strongly believe that these cats should be kept indoors for their own protection and also for the protection of our precious wildlife. If you want to let the cat outside, cat enclosures are now available, and depending on your circumstances, you can have a pet door from the house leading into the enclosure. These are really great as you can keep your litter out in the enclosure.