Facts about Havana Brown Cats, "Scientific name for Havana Brown Cat is Felis Catus". Charming, human friendly, intelligent and playful are the perfect words that describe Havana Brown Cats. The Havana Brown Cat breed has a soft voice and is an affectionate & devoted companion. The Havana Brown Cat has a very short coat that lays close to its skin and there is no undercoat. Due to short hairs, the Havana Brown Cat hardly need any grooming. The Havana Brown Cat grows up to 11 inches (28 cm) in height and weigh 8 to 10 pounds (3.6 to 4.5 kg).
The Havana Brown Cat is a perfect domestic cat for older people who spend most of their time indoors. However, the Havana Brown Cats are not the cat you leave toddlers to play with. Older children, who can at least run away or dare to face the cat may be able to play with it. This is a very good cat breed for first timers due to its attentive behavior.
This is a man made hybrid breed of cat, a cross between brown cats and black domestic short-hairs. The Havana Brown Cat were known as Havana in Europe, but after they were imported to North America in mid-1950’s they became popular with the name Havana Brown Cat.
The reason why Havana Brown Cats can squeeze through very small spaces is that they have no collarbone and free-floating clavicle bones that their shoulders are attach to their forelimbs, that's why a Havana Brown Cat can fit through a hole the same size as its head and they use their whiskers to determine if they can fit through the space. The Havana Brown Cat appearance is luxurious. Most of them come in chocolate brown color. The Havana Brown Cat always makes an elegant and charming entry. The breed loves to be loved, hence a little attention seeker.
Because of their human friendly behavior, Havana Brown Cats doesn’t like to be alone for long periods. They keep themselves so indulged within people that it’s very easy for them to face side effects of solitary life.
Havana Brown Cats on average sleep 13 to 14 hours a day and when they are awake, the spend a lot of time liking themselves to keep themselves clean. The one thing that makes the Havana Brown Cat breed popular and demanding is its rich shiny chocolate brown coat. Shades may vary in narrow range from rich mahogany to reddish brown. The Havana Brown Cat has a small yet longer head. The ears stand straight on the head. The Havana Brown Cat have a athletic body and it seems more muscle trimmed due to the thin coat.
Havana Brown Cats help control rodents like small rats and mice where the live homes, warehouse, ect. A female Havana Brown Cat is called a "queen or molly", male Havana Brown Cat is called a "tom" and the name "clowder" is called a group and young or baby cats are called kittens. Havana Brown Cats have very sharp hearing and their sense of smell is fantastic. Havana Brown Cats average life span is around 12 to 15 years.
The Havana Brown Cats heart beats at 110 to 140 a minute, That is almost twice as fast as a human heart. A Havana Brown Cats has 30 teeth while a kittens has about 26 teeth that they will lose at about 6 months of age. A Havana Brown Cat has the ability to jump up to six times its length. Havana Brown Cats can see at levels of light six time lower than a human, this is why cats can catch mice so easily at night. Havana Brown Cats outer ear uses 32 muscles to control it, and a human has only 6 muscles in its ear and a cat can move its ears 180 degrees. A Havana Brown Cat can move their ears independently. The cat's hairball is called a "bezoar" (meaning a concretion or calculus found in the intestines or stomach of certain animals, in particular ruminants, formerly alleged to be an effective cure for poison). A Havana Brown Cat can climb up a tree well but can not climb head first down a tree, because all the claws on a cat’s paw points the same direction, to get down from a tree, a Havana Brown Cat has to back down. A Havana Brown Cat can run at a top speed of about 30 mph (48.2 km) over a short distance. A Havana Brown Cat rubs against a person to not only to be affectionate but also to mark out its territory. A Havana Brown Cat does not like water because its fur is not insulate it well when it gets wet. A Havana Brown Cat averages about 12 whiskers on both side of its face. A Havana Brown Cats jaw can not move sideways, there for a cat can not chew large pieces of food. A Havana Brown Cats back is highly flexible because of its 53 loosely fitting vertebrae. The body of a cat has 230 bones. While a human body has 206. Compared to a humans who only have 34. The average Havana Brown Cat temperature of a cat is 101.5 °F. T