Persian cat

PERSIAN CAT OVERVIW
WEIGHT RANGE:
Male: large: >12 lbs.
Female: medium: 8-12 lbs.
EYE COLOR:
Blue, Copper, Green, Hazel, Odd-eyed
EXPECTATIONS:
Longevity Range: 8-11 yrs.
Social/Attention Needs: Moderate
Tendency to Shed: High
COAT:
Length: Long
Characteristics: Silky
Colors: White, Red, Cream, Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac, Silver, Golden, Cameo, Tortoiseshell, Blue-cream, Brown, Calico, Seal
Pattern: Solid Color, Tortoiseshell, Bicolor, Tricolor/Calico, Tabby, Smoke, Shaded, Points
Less Allergenic: No
Overall Grooming Needs: High
CLUB RECOGNITION:
Cat Association Recognition:
CFA, ACFA , FIFe, TICA
Prevalence: Common

The Persian cat is generally a medium sized cat, despite the fact that she is gigantic and intensely boned. With her masses of hide, she can seem bigger than she truly is.
The Persian is an amazing looking breed. The body is short, however thick with thick legs and a short, thick neck. The tail is short and the ears are little. The head is round with vast, round eyes. At the point when seen in profile her face is level and the nose alters course so that what is seen is for the most part the hued tissue on her nose.

The layer on a Persian is thick, full and long. It is fine, yet ought to be radiant and polished.
Identity:
The Persian is a tranquil cat that shows blasts of cat like movement. She will be resting in the sun when she abruptly blasts, circling the room and moving around.
The Persian will extend by you, rest in your bed, and sit on your lap when she is in the inclination. She wouldn’t fret changes in routine and is by and large cordial with anybody and everybody.
Living With:
The Persian needs to have her nourishment controlled to stay in great condition. Since the breed is not known for a high level of vigorous activity, consideration must be paid to both her nourishment and consistent activity. That implies the Persian must get activity to keep in top condition. While Persians like to play with their guardians and will play with intuitive toys, pursue balls, and assault catnip mice, you may need to keep after them to practice every day.
The Persian cover obliges consideration day by day. She must be brushed and brushed keeping in mind the end goal to keep the cover from tangling. Moreover, the level face must be cleaned routinely and painstakingly as tear stains can be saved on the face.
HISTORY:
The Persian is an antiquated type of cat and, as with other old breeds, her history is somewhat obfuscated. Longhaired cats were in Italy in the 1500s. These cats were imported from Asia. In the 17th century, Pietro della Valle conveyed a cat from Persia to Italy to add to the reproducing system. This cat may well have been a cat referred to in Persia as the Sand Cat, a cat who lived in the desert. This Sand Cat had a wooly layer, much like a steel cleanser cushion, to shield her from nature and grant her to live in the sand.
About a hundred years after the fact, Nicolas de Pereisc procured some longhaired cats. These cats originated from Turkey, which is likewise the home to the Turkish angora, an alternate type of longhaired cat. In the 19th century, the relatives of these Turkish cats were reproduced with a portion of the cats from Italy, and that was the start of the cutting edge Persian. In spite of the fact that this breed is old, it is likewise man made.
The fame of the Persian was improved when Queen Victoria and different royals experienced passionate feelings for this dazzling breed. They were brought into the United States toward the end of the 19th century, where they were soon well known.