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What Is The Persian Cat? by Dr. Hassany Ummar

A show-quality Persian has an extremely long thick coat, short legs, a wide head with the ears set far apart, large eyes, and an extremely foreshortened muzzle. The breed was originally established with a short (but not non-existent) muzzle, but over time this feature has become extremely exaggerated, particularly in North America, and Persians with the more extreme brachycephalic head type are prone to a number of health problems (specifically affecting their sinuses and breathing) caused by it. However, conscientious breeders eliminate this by careful choice of breeding stock with more moderate head type, as the stated goal of most breeders is first and always healthy cats.

Keeping them indoors is the best policy if you want to preserve their coat. You should ensure regular bathing and daily brushing of the coat with a metal comb.

The Persian breed is popular because it is gentle and sweet and have a pleasant voice. They love attention and love being admired. Unlike other cats, they don't climb and jump much at all.

To ensure that your Persian pet stays healthy, you should always take him to the vet on an annual basis. If cared for properly, such as grooming, shots, and checkups, Persian cats can live as long as 20 years. One thing you'll need to be aware of that's common with Persians is their eyes. Their eyes are very big and can sometimes be too much for the cat to clean. This is a common healthy problem with the breed, and should be checked on a regular basis to ensure that it doesn't get out of control.

You can expect a life span of almost 0 years for your Persian cat if you take proper medical care like regular check up with a Vet, at least once a year. Eyes need special attention.

When you compare Persians to other breeds, you'll notice that the Persians are among the easiest to keep. You don't have to worry about things like jumping or climbing, as Persians don't like to do either. All you'll need to do is feed your cat and groom him or him on a daily basis. Even though grooming can be quite a bit of work in the long run it's well worth it when you have a healthy an beautiful Persian cat.

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Written by Kitty Cat Central

April 4th, 2012 at 12:21 pm