Know About Persian Cats Before Adopting Them

Persian cats are one of the most desirable pet cats you will love to adopt. These cats like silence and they prefer a simple lifestyle.

They rarely meow, except in special situations or if it’s a female cat in mating, which often sounds like a Siamese cat with its loud meowing.

 catsAlthough they aren’t famous for their intelligence, Persian cats can manage many situations and they know very well how to get exactly what they want with their look.

No matter if it’s the food in the fridge or a toy in a wardrobe. They have been considered one of the most popular breeds for a long time, but there haven’t been many of them recently.

The main reason for this is some new and rare breeds that have become more attractive, especially those with semi-long hair that is easy to comb, take care of and prepare for the exhibition.

Besides, many people don’t like a modern extreme Persian cat type, with a very short nose which may cause problems with breathing and big and constantly wet eyes.

Most of the homeowners who prefer Persian cats want to have a cat with a very short tail, shorter than the body, which is thick, wide, hairy and round at the top.

One thing you need to know when buying these cats from exotic cat kittens sale is that these cats maturate slowly and they are rarely ready for mating before the first year.

They usually have two or three kittens, although there are record cases with 10-12 kittens. The kittens develop more slowly than with other breeds and they spend more time with their mother.

Persian cats hate noise, noisy kids and the sound of the vacuum cleaner. They are perfect for living in a flat and they don’t mind to be alone for a while, although, like all other cats, they always prefer having company.

According to the breed standard, the Persian cat’s middle big to big body should be short, although this is not always the case.

Their body is compact and chubby, with a short neck, symmetrical shoulders and short thick legs, known as “cobby” in the felinological jargon.