The Havana Brown is a playful, glossy cat which is the result of a planned breeding between Siamese and domestic black cats. The Havana is distinguished by her uncommon head shape; it’s longer than it is wide.
In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Havana Brown cats that you might not know.
A Quick Overview: Origin: England Length: 12 to 15 inches Weight: 6 to 10 pounds Life Expectancy: 10 to 15 years
The Havana Brown is a mediumsized cat with a long, muscular body. The males are larger than the females. The head of the Havana Brown is a triangle but has a unique look because the chin is well developed and rather square. This look gives a corn cob appearance to the muzzle. The ears and eyes of the Havana are medium in size, and the eyes are a clear, bright green.
The coat of the Havana is short to medium in length and is smooth and glossy. The coat color is a rich deep brown with mahogany undertones that is unique to this breed. The rich tobaccocolored cat known as the Havana Brown may or may not be named for the addictive leaf, but the cats themselves are addictive to the people who come to know them. They are outgoing and friendly. Expect one to follow you around the house as you go about your day.
Like most cats with Siamese ancestry, the Havana can be demanding and talkative, but his voice is softer and his personality more subtle. He is smart and likes the challenge of teaser and puzzle toys. When he is through playing, the affectionate Havana will happily ensconce himself on your lap. The Havana Brown is a playful cat but she is often content just playing with a favorite toy. She will also play with her parent, but can, at times, be a bit of a loner. This breed tends to get very close to one person and attaches herself to that person for life.
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