Havana Brown Cat Temperament and Lifespan
Havana Brown has a bright appearance - chocolate fur and green eyes. They have got their appearance after the Siamese. Their origin determines both character and habits. This is a mischievous, playful pet, albeit with quieter voices than their relatives, very smart, talkative and friendly. They can be quite extrovert, using every opportunity to show off. People are so important for them that they can wither after parting from the beloved master.
Havana cats perfectly adapt to any room because not the place matters but the people who are around them. If the owner is absent for a long time, they will need a companion - another cat, for example. They love to sleep curled up next to another cat. Cats of Havana breed are cheerful, at the same time they have a strong character. They love to walk, easily accustomed to a leash, like to move vertically.
The lifespan is about 12-15 years.
How Much Does a Havana Brown Cat Cost and Price Range
The average price for this breed of cats is about $350-$450. The cost may vary depending on the place where you are going to buy your Havana or the breeder, as well as the quality of the cat. You should buy your Havana Brown kitten from a trustworthy breeder who will provide you with the documents which prove the pedigree of your cat. You should also check if your cat doesn't have any health issues.
Havana Brown Cat Colors, Shedding, Full Size and Average Weight
The cats of Havana Brown usually weigh from 2.5 to 4.5 kg. It is elegant, but with a strong bone structure, more powerful than the Siamese. You will get an impression of a strong "athlete" without an excessive leanness. As for the color they can have any shade of chocolate brown. The nose of this cat should be brown with the pinkish base, paw pads should be lighter with a pinkish tinge. CFA recognizes only cats of chocolate color in this breed: a rich shade of warm brown color, but the color is close to a reddish-brown (mahogany) than to black and brown. TICA, in addition to brown colors, also recognizes the purple color - the color of a cat's fur has a nice pink tide. Havana kittens may be born with false tabby markings which disappear during the first period of life.
Havana Brown Cat Breed Characteristics, Information and Facts
These cats have received their name because of the similarity of their color with the color of Havana cigars. Such a cat of an eastern type and monochromatic brown color was a dream of the Baroness von Ullman in the middle of the 20th century. For this purpose, the baroness, and after it and other British breeders were engaged in the interbreeding of the Siamese cats with black British Shorthair, black and purebred Russian blue cats. The excretion breed was called an oriental chestnut and color - Havana. In 1964, the breed was officially recognized in the US and named Havana.