Chocolate cats are uncommon, because the gene that is associated with their lush mahogany coats is seen only in a small, select gene pool. All chocolate cats are descended directly from a single individual, a Havana Brown cat. The Havana Brown breed was created by crossing a black, blue, and color-point cats. Because of their specific and verifiable ancestry, chocolate cats of all shapes and sizes hold their personalities in common. They are intelligent, very friendly, and quite playful.
All of the attached images are not Norwegian Forest Cats but the beauty above definitely is. Love these cats! They're often mistaken for Maine Coons but they're fluffier. And they have huge ruffs and the most adorable knickerbockers.