Havana Brown is a chocolate brown cat with hypnotizing green eyes. They are alert, intelligent, affectionate. Interaction and human companionship is a must for this breed. They get along well with other cats, dogs and children. They are outgoing, playful and charming speakers. These delicious Brown insists on being a part of every household activity so, expect him to follow you around the house participating in all your activities. They also love to sleep with you. They are truly sensitive by nature and frequently gently touching their human companions.
The Havana Brown is playful and smart and can be a good friend to a child who treats him nicely. He is one of those cats who enjoys playing fetch and learning tricks, and his energy level means he won’t wear out before the child does. He is happy to live with other cats and cat-friendly dogs, too. Introduce pets slowly and in controlled circumstances to ensure that they learn to get along together.
The Havana’s coat is also distinctive. Color is very important to this breed: the coat should be a rich, even shade of warm brown, tending toward red-brown or mahogany rather than black-brown. Ears are large, round-tipped, wide-set and pricked slightly forward, giving the cat an alert appearance. There is little hair inside or outside of the ears, with an obvious sparseness of hair in front of the ears. Nose leather is brown with a rosy tone, paw pads are rosy-toned. Whiskers must be brown to complement the coat color. Sparse hair on the chin at the lower lip is a unique feature of this breed.
Havana Browns are generally healthy, although some may be prone to upper respiratory infections, usually when they are young. The Havana Brown’s short, smooth coat is easy to care of with a quick weekly combing. Polishing it with a chamois will make it shine. A bath is rarely necessary.
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