Havana Brown











The Havana Brown enjoys interacting with her parent but can also be a bit of a loner sometimes.

Havana Brown Cat At a Glance

  • Weight: male: medium: 8-12 lbs. female: small: <8 lbs.
  • Longevity: 8-13 yrs.
  • Colors: brown, lilac, chocolate
  • Eye color: green
  • Tendency to shed: moderate
  • Less allergenic: no
  • Social needs: moderate
  • Head: longer than wide
  • Profile: definite stop at eyes
  • Ears: large, round tipped, wide set
  • Eyes: oval, appear large but not bugged
  • Musculature: firm and muscular
  • Legs: long for size of cat, with slim but not fine boning
  • Feet: oval and compact
  • Tail: slender, medium in length
  • Coat texture: smooth and soft to touch
  • Behavior: the Havana Brown tends to get very close to one person and attaches herself to that person for life.

Breed Characteristics:

Easy to Groom

Affectionate with Family

Kid Friendly

Pet Friendly

Intelligence

General Health

Potential for Playfulness


Havana Brown Cat Breed Standards

Havana Brown Cat Breeders


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The Havana Brown is a playful cat but he is often content just playing with a favorite toy. He will also play with her parent, but can, at times, be a bit of a loner.


If you're looking for s cat with a balanced temperament, the Havana Brown is an excellent choice. It is not too energetic and not too docile. Smart and curious, the Havana Brown is known for examining objects by holding it with both paws.


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