Chantilly-Tiffany

Tiffany Cat standing on a ledge CBWP
Photo by Jennie Kondo CC

The Chantilly-Tiffany breed came about as a result of cross breeding the long-haired Asians and Burmese when a pair of longhaired chocolate cats named Thomas and Shirley took part in a breeding program in 1967. They originated in North America. Their eye color intensifies with age, becoming more golden. Known for their fluffy appearance, the Chantilly-Tiffany cat has a tendency to pull out their own hair, leaving them with noticeable bald patches. Developing a routine of brushing the feline every other day is suggested to help control the shedding hair.

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