- Between Children – 7/10
- Intelligence – 6/10
- Mobility – 6/10
- Maintenance Need – 6/10
- Acting – 7/10
- Trainability – 5/10
With its cute and small eyes appearing from its fluffy feathers, York Chocolate cats have the ability to forgive any mischief that it does.
The York Chocolate breed, which first appeared on a goat farm in 1983, was able to attract the attention of the farm owner, Janet Chiavari. Janet soon began researching these newborn cats and helped create a new breed.
Chiavari, who started to deal with cat production as a hobby in his spare time, managed to have 27 York Chocolate cats in the summer of 1989. Getting more and more interested in cats, Chiefari began introducing the York Chocolate breed to international organizations in November 1989. When the owner of the farm, who also participated in the competitions, managed to receive awards with this breed, the interest in York Chocolate cats began to increase gradually.
This breed was recognized in 1995 by all cat organizations.
Weight – Dimensions
Females of the York Chocolate breed, which can reach up to 10 kilograms in males, reach a maximum weight of 8 kilograms on average.
York Chocolate cats are extremely durable and well cared for up to 15 years when well cared for.
York Chocolate race is a race with a great commitment to its owners and a sense of loyalty. Although they are fond of their independence, they enjoy spending time with people, being loved, and attracted attention.
As seen in most cats, the interest in people’s activities in York Chocolate cats was high. They have the potential to track and track your every step. When feeding a York Chocolate cat, you better get used to watching every step in the house.
York Chocolate cats, which prefer to murmur rather than a meow, are generally quiet. This race, which tries to express its needs with its movements, can display interesting movements when it wants to attract attention.
Feathers of York Chocolate cats are quite common. Featuring above average length, although not too long, hairs should ideally be combed once or twice a week.