Persian

We easily recognize the Persian cat by its wide flat face next to its abundant fur. They were introduced into Italy from ancient Persia (Iran) in 1620, although the true origin of it is unknown. The present Persian, as we know it today, was established in 1800 in England and comes from the Turkish Angora.

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 Source
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Will
 FIFE classification
  • Categoria I
 Physical characteristics
 Size
 Average weight
  • 3-5
  • 5-6
  • 6-8
  • 8-10
  • 10-14
 Hope of life
  • 8-10
  • 10-15
  • 15-18
  • 18-20
 Weather
 Type of hair

Physical appearance

We observed a rounded head that along with prominent cheekbones and a short snout form the flattened face of this breed. The eyes are large, full of expressiveness in contrast to the small, rounded ears.

The Persian cat is of a medium / large size very muscular and round. It has the compact body, Corby style and stands out for its thick legs. His abundant, thick hair is long and feels soft enough.

The Persian cat’s hair colors are very different:

  • White, black, blue, chocolate, lilac, red or cream are some of the colors in the case by solid although there are also bicolor, Tabby and even tricolor cats in the case of females.

The Himalayan Persian fulfills all the features of the Common Persian although its fur is identical to that of the Siamese, the pointed. These always have blue eyes and may have hair in chocolate, lilac, flame, cream or blue color.

Character

The Persian cat is a familiar and tranquil cat that we can often find relaxing on the sofa as it spends several hours a day resting. It is an extremely domestic cat that does not show typical attitudes of its wild relatives. Also, you can see that the Persian cat is very vain and exuberant, knows that it is a beautiful animal and will not hesitate to show itself in front of us to achieve caresses and attentions.

He likes to feel accompanied by people, dogs and other animals. Also behaves very well with children if they do not pull your hair and behave properly. It is also good to mention that he is a very greedy cat, so we can easily do tricks if we reward him with treats.

Cheers

The Persian cat is prone to suffer from polycystic kidney disease or the symptom of retained testicles . Like any cat we also have to be careful when brushing it to avoid the dreaded balls of hair that end up in the stomach.

Other diseases that can affect your Persian cat are:

  • Toxoplasmosis
  • Abortions in the case of blue cats
  • Malformations in the case of blue cats
  • Malocclusion
  • O síndrome de Chediak-Higashi
  • Ankylobilephara congenita
  • Entrópio
  • Congenital epiphora
  • Primary Glaucoma
  • Dermatitis of the skin folds
  • Urinary tract stones
  • Dislocation of the patella
  • Hip dysplasia

Care

Persian cat changes hair depending on the season, for this reason and to maintain the quality of the hair it is very important to brush it daily (in addition we will avoid knots and hair balls in the stomach). Bathing the Persian cat when you are dirty in excess is a good option to prevent dirt and knots. You will find for sale specific products for this breed that serve to eliminate excess fat, cleaning of tear or ears.

Curiosities

  • Obesity is a very serious problem in the Persian breed that sometimes manifests itself after sterilization. We recommend that you consult a veterinarian to find out what kind of food is right for him.

Emily Harris
 

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