The Himalayan cat is a cross between the Persian , from whom he developed his physical characteristics and the Siamese , from whom he inherited the characteristic pattern. The combination of these two predecessors offers us a unique and elegant cat.

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The origin appears in Sweden in the 30’s, although the official breed standard we know today has not been defined until the 60’s. Its name is due to the great resemblance to the Himalayan rabbit. Find out more about this breed of cat in this profile of YourCatCareguide.

  • Europe
  • United Kingdom
  • Sweden
 FIFE classification
  • Categoria I
 Physical characteristics
 Average weight
  • 3-5
  • 5-6
  • 6-8
  • 8-10
  • 10-14
 Hope of life
  • 8-10
  • 10-15
  • 15-18
  • 18-20
 Type of hair

Physical appearance

The Himalayan cat, as we have already mentioned, has the characteristics of the Siamese cat’s hair and the long hair and physiognomy of the Persian. There are those who say that he is like a long-haired Siamese, although in reality he is a sub-race of the Persian.

They are medium-sized and compact, robust, like the Persians. The round head is marked by small, separate ears that give importance to the characteristic blue eyes . The face looks very flat due to its flat nose.

The Himalayan cat’s hair is soft and can vary slightly from tonality by always adapting to the point style offering brown, blue, lilac, red, chocolate or tortie tones.


We can say that we are a smart and friendly cat . He is observant and has a great facility in learning, in addition and in general, it is an obedient pet that will seek affection for those who adopt it.

He does not usually mew as other cats do and he adapts perfectly to a reduced apartment.

In addition to the above, it is a loyal and calm friend who will enjoy life housed at home next to you. Once and for all when you like to work out, but overall you will prefer the convenience of a good sofa.


The most common diseases in Himalayan cats are:

  • The formation of hair balls can cause asphyxia and intestinal obstruction.
  • Ophthalmologic changes.
  • Mandibular and facial changes.

In addition, we talk about common themes and present in all other breeds, so be sure to take him to the vet to receive your vaccines and regular medical attention and feed him properly .


It is very important to pay attention to Himalayan hair . You should receive a bath every 15 or 30 days, which we recommend that it be with specific shampoo and conditioner. You should also brush it daily to avoid the nasty knots. If you follow these advice your Himalayan will look beautiful and brilliant.


  • The Himalayan cat is a good prey hunter and the least opportunity will not hesitate to return with a gift home

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