Chantilly-Tiffany CatHISTORY

In 1967, Jennie Robinson purchased a pair of semi-foreign long-haired chocolate cats with gold eyes. The cats Thomas and Shirley gave birth to the first Chantilly-Tiffany kittens in 1969. Initially, the cat was registered in the early 1970s as “foreign long hair”. The breed’s name was then changed to Chantilly-Tiffany to avoid confusion with another breed called Tiffany. After several attempts to continue the breeding program of the Chantilly, catteries soon dwindled, and with a fire in 2012 which destroyed the Amorino Cattery along with all its records, and the unsuccessful attempt to breed the last remaining Chantillys, the breed has essentially become extinct. 



WEIGHT RANGE               8-12 pounds
COATChantillys have a semi-long coat and have a high tendency to shed even though there is no undercoat. Their coat is silky and soft. 
COAT COLORSChantillys have solid colored coats. Most often Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac, Silver, Champagne, Platinum, and Fawn.


OVERALL APPEARANCEChantillys gain full maturity at about 2 years old. Their heads are broad. The tail is plumed. 
PRICE $ 400 – 600 Recognized by the American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA).


Chantilly-Tiffany Cat



The Chantilly-Tiffany is considered extremely rare as there is no known breeding program. Life expectancy is 7-12 years. 


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