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to the Cinnamon Fawn Fanciers site.

We are a group of like minded people, dedicated to breeding and promoting Cinnamon cats. In the Oriental and Siamese world of cat breeding, Cinnamon and Fawn is thought of as 'one of the new colours'. If you visit our 'history' page, you will find out the 'cinnamon gene', has been around for quiet some while -

Cinnamon Fawn Fanciers web site has a list of  cinnamon breeders, cinnamon and fawn kittens available, males at limited or open stud, and much more.

If you are a fellow breeder/exhibitioner of Cinnamon or Fawn cats (any breed), or a cinnamon/fawn pet owner, why not come along and join the Cinnamon and Fawn Fanciers mailing group.

Oversea breeders/exhibitioners/owners most welcome.

To subcribe to this friendly informative group, send an email to

NEW!!! The CinnamonFawnFanciers group are celebrating our members achievements. Photos of award winning cats, plus a list of their achievements.


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Wonderful news, from 1st June 2009, Cinnamon Point Siamese can be shown at Championship level, at GCCF shows.

At the GCCF Council meeting October 2008, Cinnamon Point Siamese were promoted to Championship level.

Warmest Congratulations to Adateam Cinnphony Chester 24k, male neuter, who is the first Cinnamon Point ever to win Best in Show Siamese, and then Overall Best In Show Exhibit.  Sire of Adateam Cinnphony Chester, is Merescliff Roland. 

Congratulation to his owner/breeder Mrs Mary Mackenzie-Sproat and all associates.

Explanation of Cinnamon and dilution gene

Cinnamon Fawn Colour Chart

Havana & Oriental Lilac Cat Club - Havana and Oriental Lilac only
Oriental Cat Association - all Oriental Shorthair
Short Haired Cat Society - Havana, Oriental Lilac, Oriental Black, Oriental Blue, Oriental Tortie, Oriental Spotted Tabby, Oriental Classic Tabby

cinnamon fawn, Cinnamon Orientals, Cinnamon Point Siamese

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