Persian Peke-face Cats

Throughout history, Persian cats have been associated with luxury and royalty. Persian cats have a very sweet personality; in fact, they are one of the most affectionate felines that exist. They are quiet, lazy (they love to sleep), they can coexist perfectly with other pets. Additionally, they are proud and love to show off their beauty.

Affectionate, conceited, aristocratic, lazy and very quiet, Persian cats are often described like this, one of the most loved and admired domestic felines. Only a Persian Cats Associated always with luxury and royalty.

When choosing a Persian cat, you have to bear in mind that it is a pet that requires a lot of attention. It’s beautiful and aristocratic fur needs to be cared for more than that of other feline races. It is recommended that the cat goes through the hands of a feline stylist at least twice a year to preserve the condition of its hair .

Active: Persian cats are not a particularly active cat breed. They do enjoy to play games but tend to be a more quiet and docile cat breed. They are more than happy to spend the day cuddled up in your lap.

Size: Persian cats are medium in size and typically weigh between 3-6kg

Characteristics: The Persian cat is a medium -sized, muscular cat with short, cobby legs. Their square shaped body has a short, thick tail. They also have large, round heads with large, round eyes, giving them a very sweet expression. They have open expressions that have often been described as "flat looking face"

Temperament: The Persian cat is one of the most loved cat breeds today, and for good reason. Persians are sweet, gentle and affectionate cats that make wonderful companions. While they are active, they are not hyper by any means. They enjoy playing games but are just as happy to cuddle up and be petted. Persian cats will play well with children that are gentle and respectful. They are creatures of habit and prefer a more sedate environment. They are a mostly quiet breed but do occasionally like to speak up. Persians are happy to quietly enjoy their surroundings and are not overly demanding of your attention and time.

Care: Persian cats are lovely, but high maintenance. Their long, beautiful coats are simply gorgeous, but require daily combing or brushing to look their best. In addition to daily combing, your Persian will need weekly baths to stay fresh and clean. Because of the tendency for Persian cats to have flatter faces, their eyes may tear. To avoid staining from tearing, wipe your Persian's face daily. Additionally, trim their nails and clean their ears frequently and your Persian will look show quality! Lastly, be sure to brush their teeth to prevent periodontal disease and keep their breath smelling fresh!

Health: Persians cats are prone to a number of potential health problems, most commonly related to their facial structure:

  • Breathing difficulty caused by genetic constricted nostrils
  • Dental malocclusions
  • Excessive tearing
  • Polycystic kidney diseases

Coat: Persian cats are known for their famously beautiful long coats. Their coats can be so long they brush the floor! The coat is thick and shiny, but with a fine texture that feels silky to the touch. They have a thick, heavy ruff around the head. While the coat is somewhat high maintenance, it is incredibly beautiful. Persian coats come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Depending on the specific color, the coat will either feel more silky or somewhat soft and cotton-like.

Origin: The Persian cat breed is among the oldest cat breeds in the world. Their ancestry dates back centuries and hieroglyphic records even exist of the lovely cats. In the 1500s, Persians and Angoras began to arrive in Europe from Persia and Turkey. The breed's gorgeous, signature long hair is believed to be the result of natural genetic mutation. It is believed that Italian nobleman Pietro Della Valle brought the first Persian cats to Europe in the 1600s. As more cats arrived in France and England, the breed picked up the affectionate nickname "French Cats." The breed quickly gained a devoted following and rose in popularity and Queen Victoria even owned two Persians! Persian cat breeds continue to enjoy great success and admiration among cat fanciers and are one of the most popular breeds in existence.

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