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Havana Browns are the very definition of a “people-oriented” cat. They form strong bonds with their human companions, seeking out their company and displaying a notably affectionate nature. Their playful, kitten-like demeanour is endearing to many and provides endless entertainment.

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Havana Browns are the very definition of a “people-oriented” cat. They form strong bonds with their human companions, seeking out their company and displaying a notably affectionate nature. Their playful, kitten-like demeanour is endearing to many and provides endless entertainment.

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The Ultimate Havana Brown Guide

About Havana Brown

The Havana Brown, with its rich, warm, chocolate-coloured coat and striking green eyes, is a distinctive breed that is as sweet as it is gentle. Anyone fortunate enough to share their life with one can attest to the special bond they form with these chocolate-coloured beauties.

Lifespan

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12 to 15 years

Weight

Weight

2.5 to 5 kg

Height

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20 to 25 cm

Grooming

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Havana Browns boast a short, sleek coat, but that doesn’t mean they don’t benefit from regular grooming.

Origins

The Havana Brown is believed to have originated from chocolate or sable-coloured cats from Southeast Asia. Their name suggests a Cuban origin, but they are actually a British creation. In the 1950s, a group of British breeders decided to specifically breed for the chocolate colour, crossing a Siamese with domestic black cats and Russian Blues. The result was the Havana Brown we recognize today.

Key Characteristics Of Havana Browns

Are Havana Browns Family-Friendly?

Yes. Their affectionate nature and gentle demeanour make them ideal family pets. They get along well with children and other pets, including dogs. However, their playful nature means they are best suited for families that can provide ample interaction.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Havana Browns may suffer from:

Obesity

Upper Respiratory Infections

Dental Issues

Nature / Temperament

Affectionate, Intelligent, Playful, Vocal, Gentle

Suitable Environment

Havana Browns are indoor cats and should be provided with a safe and stimulating indoor environment. A space with windows to gaze out, toys to play with, and cosy spots to nap is ideal. They thrive best in environments where they are included as part of daily family life.

Other Considerations

Their name doesn’t lie; Havana Browns have a unique chocolate brown coat.

The Havana Brown has strikingly green eyes that seem to captivate onlookers.

Unlike many breeds, their whiskers match their coat, being a beautiful brown.

How can I take good care of my Havana Brown?

Nutrition

Always opt for high-quality cat food. Look for brands where the primary ingredient is meat. Avoid foods with fillers such as corn or unnamed meat by-products. Havana Browns have a propensity to gain weight. Ensure you are feeding them the recommended amount. Using a measuring cup can prevent overfeeding.

Grooming

A weekly brushing session will help remove loose hairs and reduce shedding. It’s also an excellent opportunity to check for any skin issues or external parasites.

Exercise

Keeping your Havana Brown physically active is essential for their overall well-being. Cat trees, shelves, or even wall-mounted platforms give them the vertical space they crave and help them expend energy.

Training

Like all cats, Havana Browns respond best to positive reinforcement. Use treats and praise to encourage desired behaviours. Due to their curious nature, they can be trained to walk on a leash. Start with short sessions indoors before venturing outside.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Havana Brown Questions

They have a moderate shedding rate. Regular grooming can help manage this.

Absolutely. Their gentle nature means they can coexist peacefully with other pets, provided proper introductions are made.

Finding a reputable Havana Brown breeder is the key to getting a healthy, well-behaved Havana Brown kitten. A Havana Brown kitten for sale from an ethical breeder has a much better chance of growing into a calm, gentle adult cat. The average cost of a Havana Brown for sale is usually around AUD $1000 to $1500.

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