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Persian Cat Health Care Guide

These days, Persian cats are among the most popular breeds of cat. On a Persian cat you will notice it has long hair and it is very attractive, with a very gentle disposition. Similar to most cats, Persians do not need a lot of attention, but they do make great companions for people of all ages. Despite this, as a pet owner it is worth noting down some important cat health care tips to ensure they stay happy and healthy.

Although white is the colour normally associated with Persian cats, they actually come in a variety of other colours as well. In fact, when its competition time Persian cats are often divided into seven different colour categories, which include solid, tabby, smoke, silver and gold, bicolour and Himalayan.

You should always keep Persian cats inside the home, as this helps to protect the beautiful fur coat. Letting Persian cats outside can easily damage their coat. You don’t want your Persian cat’s fur to become tangled or matted, so brush daily with a metal comb. Add regular bathing to the health care agenda too so that you can protect its coat. So that your cat gets used to bathing, wash it from an early age. Although some breeds can maintain their coats on their own, Persians can’t. This is because the Persian fur is long and dense, so regular brushing keeps it in pristine condition.

To ensure your Persian pet stays healthy, the following cat health care guide should prove useful.

You should take your pet to get a check-up at the vet’s every year or so. If cared for properly, such as grooming, shots, and checkups, Persian cats can live as long as 20 years. Having said this, there is one area that may require some attention and that’s with a Persian cat’s eyes. A Persian cat’s eyes can be quite large and sometimes cause problems for the cat because it cant clean them properly. To experienced cat owners, you might recognise that this is a common problem with the Persian breed, so just check the eyes regularly and you should be fine.

Persian Cat Eye Maintenance.

www.mythicbells.com How to clean the eyes of a Persian cat or kitten

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Pesrian Cat Health Care Guide

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This post was written by TKB_Editor on January 19, 2013

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