All about Persian Cats and Kittens
Persian cats have not only remained the most popular type of cat of all times, but have also been awarded the number one most popular pet!! This comes as no surprise to those who have shared their heart and home with a Persian or Himalayan cat. You may think they’re gorgeous coats are the primary reason for their favoritism, (that helps) but it is their doglike personality blended with their highly intelligent “no supervision required” independence that wins over pet people around the world.
People think they are in ownership of a beautiful cat, but in reality, they are in fact the one(s) being owned by their fancy feline friend. Persians are descended from royalty, as a result they like to be pampered. Persian cats have sweet personalities and like to be cuddled.
They are very easy to train and are not big “jumpers” so telling them to scat off the counter once or twice will be sufficient. Persians come in an amazing array of colors. These colors are solid colors, silver and golden colors, shaded and smoke colors, tabby colors, parti- colors, bi-color, and of course the color pointed Persians often known as Himalayans. Persian cats have extremely long thick coats, short legs, a wide head with the ears set far apart. Unlike any other breed of cats, Persians (and Himalayans) are extremely affectionate and easygoing.
They are not fighters and do wonderful with other types of pets. There are two types of Persian cats “Doll Faced” and “Peke Faced”. The Peke faced Persians have extremely large round eyes, which are usually parallel with the tip of the nose. Peke faced Persians are generally bred to compete in cat shows. Doll faced Persians are usually bred for family companions. While opinions may differ, our hearts and souls will always be dedicated to the angelic doll face Persians. Teacup Persian cats are by far the most popular type of Persian cats.
The overall cat breeding experience is usually short-lived once a cat breeder uncovers the reality that their lives no longer belong to them. Dedicating yourself to the magnitude for successful cat breeding can quickly dehydrate you mentally and physically. The usual term a cat breeder will stay in, is usually around 4 to 5 years before throwing in the towel. Due to the recent bad economy, many of the Persian and Himalayan cat breeders have faded away.
Trying to locate well-bred Himalayan and Persian Kittens is becoming nearly impossible . Sure we have the ones who breed a litter or two in hopes of making a little cash on the side, to purchase a tangible item they desire. The pride and passion invested into true works of art, both inside and out is essential in purchasing a furry family member. The beloved Doll Faced Himalayan is becoming nearly extinct in today’s day and age. Within the pages of this site you will learn not only interesting facts but also tried and tested tips in raising and maintaining a healthy happy Persian or Himalayan cat .
You will also learn a textbook of knowledge about colors along with fascinating facts you never knew. So, whether you are about to begin looking for Persian kittens for sale, or just want to learn more about these wonderful felines, grab a cup of tea and enjoy!