Persian cats are stunning long-haired cats. That said, according to the Cat Breeders Association (CFA), in 2015 the Persian cat breed was ranked as the second most popular breed in the United States. The first most popular breed is the exotic. The exotic breed looks like a short-haired Persian. As a result, I think these people also love Persians.
NOTE: The Exotic breed was created by crossing a domestic shorthair with a Persian. Therefore, eventually, domestic short hairs BECAME exotic due to the Persian in them. (So I suspect that keeping shorthair shorthair may have some influence there … Also, prior to the creation of exotic shorthair, domestic shorthair cats were not allowed to participate in cat shows.)
The Persian cat has a distinctive appearance: a large, round head; big round eyes; a short nose full cheeks; and small ears with rounded tips. The head is supported by a short, thick neck and a muscular, seemingly robust body. The paws of a Persian cat are short, thick and strong, with large, round and firm paws. The tail is fluffy and proportional to the length of the cat’s body.
Persian cats can have different “appearances”. The selective breeding process carried out by breeders has allowed the development of a wide variety of coat colors. It has also led to the creation of increasingly flat-faced Persians (or Peke’s face). This head structure, favored by many cat fans, can bring with it a number of health problems. Some breeders have made efforts to preserve the older type of cat, the traditional breed, which has a more pronounced muzzle, which is more popular with the general public. These are called “doll-faced” Persians.
The “doll-faced” Persians are said to have a more old-fashioned appearance, with a face that is not as flat as the show Persian or Peke-faced Persian.
The dignified and docile Persian is known for being calm and sweet. She is an adornment for any home where she can enjoy sitting on a lap, surely her rightful place, being caressed by those who are demanding enough to recognize her superior qualities and playing house with kind children who will gently comb her hair. , they will spin it. in a cart, wagon or buggy, they then serve you tea at your parties. Persians are loving but discriminating. They reserve their attention for family members and the few guests whom they feel they can trust.
They are Persian cats and calm cats that prefer a serene home where little changes from day to day. Also, they are happier when they are not in a noisy environment.
Persians use their large, expressive eyes and a voice that can be described as soft, pleasant, and musical. Persian cats make their simple needs known: regular meals, a little playtime with a catnip mouse, or a teaser of feathers, and much love, that they return ten times.
Because Persian cats’ legs are short, they are less likely to climb excessive heights, but as kittens, they will try harder than as adults. It helps them to get their own furniture and toys. When you are at work or busy at home, the Persian is content to adorn a chair, sofa, or bed until you are free to admire it and give it the attention it welcomes but never demands.
Care and Grooming
The most important thing to understand about caring for a Persian cat is the need for daily grooming. That long, beautiful coat doesn’t stay clean and tangle-free on its own. You should comb and brush gently but thoroughly every day, and it is a good idea to bathe regularly, at least once a month. Cutting your nails regularly is also easy to do.
Litter boxes should also be kept scrupulously clean. A Persian cat often supervises this activity and immediately checks his work after cleaning the box. They can come while you are cleaning the box and observing. When you’re done, they can come in, snoop around, look at you, like they approve, and then leave. So make sure you do a good job – daily is preferred.
Persian kittens and Persian cats should not live outdoors. They are only exclusive indoor cats.
Excessive tearing can be a problem in this breed. The simple solution is to clean the corners of your eyes daily. These spots under the eyes prevent them from forming.
All Persian kittens for sale in our herd are only indoor Persian cats.
Make sure they will bring you a lot of joy and love, climb on your lap or caress the crook of your arm, just to be close to you.