This breed was created by color-selecting domestic longhaired cats, and as the name suggests, all members of this breed are solid chocolate or lavender, solid chocolate and white, or lavender and white. When it comes to entering a new environment, the York Chocolate Cat does not need any time to adjust. It may want to explore the new home.
The York Chocolate Cat is a medium to large cat with a muscular body structure. This cat breed has won over the hearts of their owners with ease. This is because they are very active, intelligent, and playful. The head is a rounded wedge, the muzzle is moderately long. The large pointed ears tilt forward. The eyes are almond-shaped and can be green, gold, or hazel. The long fluffy tail is tapering towards the tip. The feet are well-tufted. The coat is long, silky, close-lying, and unusually soft to the touch. It is either solid chocolate, solid lavender, white and chocolate, or white and lavender.
The York Chocolate Cat is a very friendly, even-tempered breed that is very content as a lap cat. They love to be held and cuddled. The cats are intelligent, energetic, and curious, happily following their owner around looking to stir up trouble. They are good companions and good hunters. York Chocolate cats are known to be true lap cats with a sweet temperament. They love to be cuddled and petted. Their curious nature makes them follow you all the time and participate in almost everything you do, even if it’s related to water. Unlike many other cats, York Chocolates love it. They are intelligent, energetic, and usually get along well with children and other pets.
Their personality and demeanor is what makes most owners incredibly happy to have them in their homes for their entire lifespan of 15 years. The York Chocolate do not require frequent grooming as they don’t shed excessively. They have no special care requirements compared to other domestic cat breeds as well as no special health problems.
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