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Javanese breed




The Javanese cats coat comes in many color. color combinations and patterns. The solid point colors are red. cream. blue-cream. lilac-cream. cinnamon. fawn and fawn-cream. The lynx point cats are seal. chocolate. blue. lilac. red. cream. seal-tortoiseshell. chocolate-tortoiseshell. blue-cream. cinnamon. fawn and lilac-cream. The tortoiseshell point pattern coats are seal. cinnamon and chocolate. The tortoiseshell lynx point colors are cinnamon and fawn. They can also come in smoke and silver.


The Javanese cats were developed from the Siamese. Colorpoint Shorthairs and Balinese about 1978. The product was a new color Balinese cat or Balinese in Colorpoint colors. The Cat Fanciers Association did not recognize these new colors and points of the Balinese because the Balinese breed just had the four-color groups. In 1979 they were turned down by the CFA but were told that they would accept registration under a new breed name. The name of Javanese was created because of the closeness of the island of Java next to Bali. This breed was recognized as the Javanese in 1979 and began doing shows. The standard by which they follow is the same as the Balinese. By 1986 Championship status was granted to the Javanese.


The Javanese cats may appear to be fragile. but are surprisingly hard and muscular. These cats are extremely smart. They have been known the open cabinets and drawers with their paws and many may fetch for you. They may also lovingly greet you after being away. The Javanese cats will adjust to your routine and may become vocal if you are late with playtime or mealtime. There voice is gentler and softer than the Siamese. The Javanese cats are easy to groom. shed less and never mat. It has been suggested that their personalities may be linked to the individual color of the cat.


The Javanese Cats coat is relatively simple with regular combing and brushing.