The Havana Brown is a cross-breed between Siamese and domestic black cats. They are alert, intelligent, affectionate, and have a mischievous personality. They bond to the family members they get to know, and don’t be surprised to find your Havana following you around the house all day. They have a short, silky coat that comes in shades of brown, lilac, and chocolate.
Common Health Conditions
- Havana Browns are susceptible to upper respiratory infections, which can include symptoms like sniffing, sneezing, discharge from the eyes and nose.
- Havana Browns can develop irritable eye conditions, and you may notice your Komondor squinting or rubbing. This can eventually lead to infection.
- Lymphoma is believed to be associated with exposure to feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV). Cats that have been infected with either of these viruses have a higher chance of secondary infection.