Brown Cat Breeds

5 Brown Cat Breeds and their pictures

There are not a ton of solid brown cats out there but the especially rare breed, Havana Brown, is definitely worth keeping your eye out for next time you’re in your local pet store.

Cats have different coats, but most have facial stripes, a pointed nose, and spots on their tails. The color of the coat is influenced by genetics which is why you are unlikely to find brown cats with no markings, as brown is typically only a trait for some breeds.

It can be difficult to find that perfect brown cat on the market, so in this article we’ve included five styles of various shades of brown so that you can see what might work for you.

1. Havana Brown

 Havana Brown cat
Havana Brown

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Size12-15 inches
Lifespan13-15 years
Temperamentaffectionate, intelligent and Playful

Havana Brown is a medium-sized, short-haired breed that’s exclusively brown. This deep, mahogany brown color comes in a variety of shades, but can range from dark to light. These playful felines enjoy spending time by themselves. However, they can be lonesome and care deeply for one person. In that sense, they will form an incredibly strong lifelong bond with their owner.

It’s been difficult to find Havana Brown kittens because they are on the verge of extinction and there’s an effort among breeders to save the breed. It can be quite a rare sight these days.

 British Shorthair

 British Shorthair
 British Shorthair

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Size12-14 inches high
Lifespan8-10 years
TemperamentPlayful, loyal and easygoing

The British Shorthair, or simply known as the Blue British Shorthair, is one of the most popular cats because they come in a wide variety of colors. The breed itself is respected for their deep brown coat & their large eyes with round cats such as tortoise color and pea color.

It sounds like your cats are an affectionate bunch! They’re probably also very easygoing animals who tend to be friendly to you and other animals.

Kittens are not the easiest cats to take care of, but they make up for it with their affectionate personalities. They also enjoy sitting close to their owners on a sofa.

Burmese

Burmese Brown Cat
Burmese
Size15-18 inches
Lifespan16-18 years
TemperamentFriendly, loyal and playful

Burmese cats are brown or have a neutral coloring and sometimes have one variety of color if they are markings. They may be lively, happy, and sociable in some cases but otherwise they prefer human company.

Burmese cats are so curious that they don’t stop exploring your home until they find everything in it. They’re playful and have a playful nature well into adulthood. Cute, curious and lovable. Cats can also be great company if they’re properly socialized. That said, they do need plenty of attention and stimulation to avoid behavior problems.

York Chocolate

York Chocolate
York Chocolate

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Size8-10 inches high
Lifespan13-15 years
TemperamentAffectionate, loyal, energetic, curious

The York Chocolate is one of the best cats for anyone looking for a companion. They’re phlegmatic, but friendly & warm-hearted– sometimes even tempered! They can be playful yet devoted & loving toward their owners and provide a calming company.

They bond strongly with their owner and love being petted, though they are cautious around strangers. These cats are so curious and love to follow their owners around the home. They have an eagerness to learn something new or explore a new place that’s fun for everyone!

 Persian

Size14-18 inches
Lifespan10-18 years
TemperamentQuiet, sweet and reserved

Many people are familiar with the large, fluffy Persian cats and, though they may not come in as many colors as other breeds, they have several options to choose from. These cats need a lot of grooming and brushing each day in order to keep their coats healthy looking and luxurious.

Cats are not often counted as a breed that is known for being playful, but they will be if they suit them. They are great to have around children and playful with their owners. Persian cats really do love to spend lots of time with those who care about them the most and can sometimes seem cautious around strangers, but once you get to know them, they are warm and friendly.

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