Posted by pets | 6 July 2011

Chantilly/Tiffany

chantillytiffany Chantilly/Tiffany

Probably the race Chantilly/Tiffany comes from the same crosses that created at the Eastern long-haired (Angora). And 1967, in New York, Jennie Robinson raised two cats of golden eyes and color unknown origin chocolate, and their puppies he called them long-haired foreign. The tiffany name was coined by Sigyn Lund in Florida. The race waned and almost became extinct, but in 1988 the Canadian Tracy Oraas prepared a recovery programme. By then Britain had recognized to the Tiffanie, by what became changed its name by the of Chantilly/Tiffany.

Despite rumors to the contrary, the Chantilly/tiffany is not, It never was and never will be a long-haired Burmese.

The Tiffany is slowly maturing and usually fails to achieve its full development until after the two years. The color of the eyes of the feline intensifies with age. The head should be a wide wedge, modified with soft curves. He originally found only in the color of chocolate

This affectionate and docile cat has an attractive and shrill voice, and their breeders describe him as «a treat for chocolate addicts».

Alternative names: Chantilly / Foreign Longhair

Breeds of cats: Chantilly/Tiffany



4 comments on “Chantilly/Tiffany
  1. jose antonio tavares says:

    I have a Chantilly-Tiffany and it is very tender and affectionate and tremendous Hunter also anything that moves on the ground attacks him even I have observed hunting birds really recommend it they are very nice and you enjoy it love caress them chao.

  2. Lolita Butterfly says:

    I have a black chantilly pesa 9 kg. measured from head to tail 1 Mt. gorgea,is carinosisimo,noble, and it scratched my daily door to wake me,is called kuroki,and says MOM, Hugs me and not me loose you like to load it as you drink.

  3. Camila says:

    There are so few chantilly in the world that hard to catch them, and they are very fortunate (as) If you have one.
    Also q say they choose their owners and form a large loop with the.

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