Havana Brown Cats

Few cats have captivated the world with their gaze!

The Havana Brown cat is a breed that originated in England during the 1950s. Tin Pan Alley inventor Irving Berlin, who composed the song “Havana Moon” was inspired by his love for these cats.

Origin and History

To keep your Havana Brown healthy and happy, provide proper nutrition through high-quality dry cat food and brush regularly.

Caring for a Havana Brown

The Havana Brown has long silky fur, green and yellow colored eyes, a short muzzle and a distinctively dark seal brown color coat.


They are boisterous and active when playtime comes around and they love to cuddle.


Havana Cats are intelligent and tend to be shy around strangers but tend to bond strongly with its owners and family members over time.


They are susceptible to genetic health ailments and issues such as obesity and urinary tract problems.

Health Considerations

The Havana Brown’s short, fine texture requires frequent brushing, up to three times weekly to prevent matting and tangles.

Grooming Necessities

These exotic cats are naturally active, so they require daily walks or runs on a leash. Solving puzzles or chasing toys can also be beneficial.

Exercise Requirements

They have a life span of between 9 and 14 years when living in captivity. They need the proper diet to remain healthy, including plenty of proteins such as eggs, poultry, and fish.

Diet and Lifespan

Wrapping Up

While not for the faint of heart, the Havana Brown demands their owner’s attention, but this breed loves to learn, play, and be a part of the family.

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