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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

A Feature on the Super Adorable Persian Cats

There are dog people and there are cat people. If you're a dog person, well this article really isn't for you. However if you're the type that loves cats you really need to look into one of the most beautiful breeds out there and that is the Persian. This is a very popular breed and one you should consider if looking to get your very own feline.

Known as one of the most attractive, adorable, and interesting breeds of cats, Persian cats make great pets because of their ability to adjust to an indoor environment. With unique characteristics such as big eyes, wide heads, and thick fur, people can identify them more easily from other cat breeds. Because of their thick fur, pet owners need to wash, clean, and brush these cute little creatures regularly.

Compared to other breeds of cats, pet owners love Persians for their gentle and relaxed appeal, which makes them a perfect pet especially for children. Another advantage of owning such cats is their natural inclination to stay indoors, making them suitable pets even for busy people who are always in and out of their house. Their thick coats make them extremely lovable and very nice to cuddle.

Because of their diverse colors, people can classify Persian cats into several different kinds. Some of their most common colors are lilac, black, and white. In the meantime, some of the cutest types of Persians are the Shaded Silver Doll-Faced Persian, the Persian Chinchilla, and the Red-and-White Bicolor Persian. Additionally, other types such as the Tortoise-Shell Persian Cat, the Persian Calico, and the Blue Point Persian are also very much adorable.

Persian cats are very easy to feed and nourish, however their tastes are more sensitive compared to ordinary cat breeds. Owners usually feed them with cat biscuits, raw meat, and chicken. As they grow, their nutritional needs change, making it necessary for the owners to make a diet plan that will keep their pets healthy all the time. For one to two months old Persians, a milk diet seems very much appropriate. As they reach four months and beyond, pet owners can now start feeding them with soft diet, including chicken and other vitamin-enriched food.

Grooming is an integral part when taking care of Persian cats, mainly because of their thick fur and gooey eyes. Bathing, drying, and brushing are basic procedures needed to maintain the beauty and texture of their fur. At the same time, pet owners can make their Persians always healthy through regular visits to veterinarians. Keeping these cats always clean can help prevent infections and other diseases from pestering these lovable creatures. Concerning the skin of Persian cats, pet owners must check them out for wounds, abrasions, or cuts, which are possible sources of infections and diseases.

While Persian cats do make excellent pets, owners can reciprocate such advantages by taking good care of them always. Expect longer years together with these super lovable and adorable creatures by taking care of them well through proper grooming and nourishment.

John Grant is a the author for a site about Persian cats, where he is writing articles about Persian cats care.

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