Havana Brown Cat Behavior/Personality/feeding

Havana Brown is believed to be the origin of Siam (modern day Thailand). Siamese people believed that these cats protected them from evil. In late1800s these cats were brought to Britain. In early 1950s English breeders attempted to produce a solid-colored cat in the chocolate point coloring of the Siamese. In 1952 the first solid chocolate kitten to be registered in England was born. This kitten became the foundation cat for the new breed. The first Havanas reached America in the mid-1950s. The breed was given recognition in 1959 under the name Havana Brown, and in 1964 the CFA granted the Havana Brown full Championship status.

Havana Browns are medium-sized and muscular in stature. They are elegant and graceful in Appearance. The Havana Brown has a distinctive head with ears that are quite large with rounded tips. Their legs appear long in proportion to their bodies and are more noticeable in females than in more muscular males. They have wide oval eyes.

Havana Browns are affectionate, gentle, highly intelligent, and, quiet. They are very adaptable and adjust to any situation with ease. They are very active and energetic cats that love biting paper and cardboard.

Havana Brown Cat
Havana Brown Cat

The Havana Brown's most treasured physical attribute is its rich, glossy chocolate brown coat. Shades can vary from rich mahogany to reddish brown. TICA accepts a variation of the standard brown breed color. Known only has Havanas these cats can also be seen in solid lilac as well (frosty gray with pinkish tones). All Havana Browns have distinct heads that are longer than they are wide, with large rounded ears and brown whiskers. A medium-sized, slender but muscular body is typical of the breed.

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