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Havanna Brown Cat Dogs and Cats
The Havana Brown's character is more unique than the mink, ear or fur? Though still quite seldom and for years one of the best-kept mysteries of cats, Havanas have established a strong following of avid lovers. Havanna Browns are loving, soft, smart and, unlike their Thai countrymen, serene.
Their adaptability and sympathy are remarkable and they adapt confidently to any given setting. Havana must have people interacting if they want to lead a prosperous, healthful life. Havana loves to contact and touching her favourite people; they often toast their humanitarian buddies with an extended foot as if asking for your heed.
A popular Havana Brown pack, it is often found with a toy and straggling chat. When you have laid a stocking or other small, easy-to-carry item, inspect your Havana crib. Instead of trying a Thai bodily technique, as UK growers have done, US growers have preferred a more modest bodily and brain shape for their Havana browns.
British Havana Brown is significantly more Siam than North America's Havana. Its unmistakable mouth, colour, expressive eye and large size make the Havana Brown unmistakable and extraordinarily noticeable among US cats. Also the fur of the Havanna is unmistakable. The colour is very important for this breed: The fur should be a strong, even, soft, dark brown that tends to reddish brown or tends to dark brown rather than dark brown.
In kittens and kittens, spook tabbies are taken into account. Are you interested in the story of the Havana Brown kittens? Havanna Brown, a chocolaty kiss colored female, is another race from the mystical country of Siam. Sturdy brown dwarf kittens were described and portrayed in the catbook poems, a script composed in the town of Ayudha, Siam, some period between 1350, when the town was established, and 1767, when the town was infiltrated.
The brown cat appears in the handwriting next to kingly Siameses, dark and whit Bicolor and silver-blue Korats. In Siam, the humans thought the brown-browned cat was very pretty and thought they were protecting their humans from it. Sturdy brown (self-brown) was one of the first kittens to arrive in England from Siam (now Thailand) at the end of the 19th century.
Earlier notes describe these females as "Siamese with browned cowbells and green and bluish eyes". Presumably, these were not all of the same type of genes, but rather represented what is now known as Burma, China Point Siameses, Tonkineses (Burmese/Siamese hybrids) and Havana Brown. Sturdy brown kittens were shown in Europe in the early 1900s and early 1900s.
In 1888, a homebrewed brown won first place at an exhibition in England, which indicates that lovers at that point appreciated and appreciated brown coloured males. In 1928, at a catshow, the BSI awarded the female with the "best box of chocolate". Authors of the days described these females as "chocolate-coloured Siameses, i.e. the same colour everywhere.
1930 the Siamese Litter Bird Association announced: "The association is very sorry that it is not able to promote the raising of Siamese kittens with black-eye. Therefore sturdy brown kittens without black eye were excluded from the contest and vanished from the world. In the early 1950s, when a fistful of British growers determined that brown was still pretty, the self-brows made their return.
First working apart and then together, these growers were studying the heredity of chocolates and then starting a cultivation programme, apparently with Siam, native shorthair and Russia blues. It was the intention of the breeder to make a through-dyed female in the choco dot colouring of the Siameses instead of the Burmese sables.
Back then in England the only recognised alien races apart from the Siamese were the Abyssinians and the Russians Blue. 1952 the first firm little kitty of chocolates was borne, which was recorded in England. The Elmtower Bronze Idol became the founding cattery of the new race. The bronze idol was made by pairing a Siamese who wore the confectionery with a sturdy chocolaty cats.
It was the descendant of a Siamese sibling. As the colouring of chocolates is controlled by a transgenic receptor, bronze idol had to get the genes from both parent to be able to express this. The Governing Council of the ECB adopted the race for the championship in 1958 under the name Chestnut Brown Foreign.
Later the race was renamed to Havana. There are two tales about the name of the race. It is said that Havana was called after a race of rabbits of the same colour. Another holds the Havana was called after the Havana tobaccos because it has the colour and the matte look of a Havana cigarette.
Havanas first arrived in America in the mid-1950s. In 1959 the race was recognized under the name Havana Brown, and in 1964 the CFA received the full Havana Brown championship state.