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Tiffanies are known for their docile nature. Their loving disposition makes them excellent companions, always eager to snuggle up or play with their human counterparts. The breed is often described as being notably more relaxed and less demanding than some other popular cat breeds, but they still thrive on human interaction.

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Tiffanies are known for their docile nature. Their loving disposition makes them excellent companions, always eager to snuggle up or play with their human counterparts. The breed is often described as being notably more relaxed and less demanding than some other popular cat breeds, but they still thrive on human interaction.

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The Ultimate Tiffanie Guide

About Tiffanie

The Tiffanie cat, often celebrated for its luxurious appearance and gentle disposition, is an increasingly popular choice among feline enthusiasts worldwide. As a long-haired relative of the Burmilla, this breed showcases a mix of elegance, grace, and affectionate temperament, making it a standout option for families and individuals alike.

Lifespan

Lifespan

12 to 15 years

Weight

Weight

3 to 6 kg

Height

Height

25 to 30 cm

Grooming

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Due to their long, luxurious fur, Tiffanies require regular grooming. Brushing 2-3 times a week is essential to prevent tangles and mats.

Origins

The Tiffanie cat is essentially a long-haired version of the Burmilla. Its history traces back to accidental breeding between a Chinchilla Persian and a Burmese in the UK during the 1980s. The resultant kittens were immensely popular, leading to deliberate breeding efforts to replicate and establish the breed.

Key Characteristics Of Tiffanies

Are Tiffanies Family-Friendly?

Yes. These cats are incredibly family-friendly. Their gentle demeanour makes them suitable for homes with children and other pets. Tiffanies are known to form strong bonds with their family members, often shadowing them around the house.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Tiffanies may suffer from:

Polycystic Kidney Disease

Dental Issues

Heart Problems

Nature / Temperament

Agile, Playful, Intelligent, Graceful, Sociable

Suitable Environment

They don’t have specific space requirements but do appreciate cosy spots and elevated platforms or cat trees to observe their surroundings.

Other Considerations

The name “Tiffanie” is derived from the breed’s luxurious, shiny coat, reminiscent of fine jewellery.

This breed is also known to have an exceptionally soft voice, often communicating through soft chirps and trills rather than loud meows.

The Tiffanie cat is also known as the Asian Semi-longhair.

How can I take good care of my Tiffanie?

Nutrition

Ensure that your Tiffanie consumes a balanced diet rich in high-quality protein. Look for cat food that lists meat as the primary ingredient. Fresh water should always be available. Consider investing in a cat water fountain, as some Tiffanies enjoy the stimulation of moving water. Be cautious with treats; while it’s tempting to spoil your pet, overfeeding can lead to obesity and related health issues.

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Bathing should be done infrequently, only as needed. When bathing, ensure to use a cat-specific shampoo to maintain the coat’s health and shine.

Exercise

Tiffanies appreciate interactive play. Engage them with toys that mimic the hunt, like feather wands or motorised mice. Puzzle toys can also be beneficial, stimulating their minds and offering a challenge.

Training

These cats are intelligent and receptive, meaning they can pick up on training cues quite swiftly. Use positive reinforcement techniques, offering treats or praise for good behaviour. Apart from litter training, consider teaching your Tiffanie cat basic commands or tricks like “come,” “sit,” or even leash walking.

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

Most Asked Tiffanie Questions

No cat is truly hypoallergenic, but Tiffanies, with their long hair, might not be the best choice for allergy sufferers.

While they’re independent to an extent, Tiffanies thrive on companionship and should not be left alone for extended periods.

Finding a reputable Tiffanie breeder is the key to getting a healthy, well-behaved Tiffanie kitten. A Tiffanie 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 Tiffanie for sale is usually around AUD $800 to $1500. 

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