Persian Cat for Sale
tica/cfa registered persian cats for sale
The Persian is an old breed. To those who love this elegant cat, it will come as no surprise that the long haired beauty originated in the cradle of civilization: Mesopotamia, which was later known as Persia and is now modern-day Iran. Consequently, The breed’s long hair was probably the result of a natural mutation, and its striking appearance attracted the attention of 17th-century Italian nobleman and world traveler Pietro Della Valle, who is credited with bringing the first long haired cat to Europe in 1626. At that time, the cats had shiny, silky gray fur, but thanks to selective breeding Persians are now found in a kaleidoscope of colors, including bi-color (a color plus white).
Persian Kittens For Sale
The Persian’s sweet, gentle face turns up to gaze at his favorite people the way a pansy turns its face to the sun. He communicates with his expressive eyes and his soft, melodious voice. The fluffy kittens are the epitome of a lap cat, with a restful and undemanding personality. He loves to cuddle, but he’s also playful and curious. He’s not a jumper or climber, instead posing beautifully on a chair or sofa or playing with a favorite feather toy. In addition, Persian cats prefer a serene, predictable environment, but they can be adaptable enough to weather a loud, boisterous family as long as their needs are understood and met
Adopt A Persian White Kitty
The Persian White kitty , or doll-face Persian, are somewhat recent names for what is essentially the original breed of Persian cat, without the development of extreme features. As many breeders in the United States, Germany, Italy, and other parts of the world started to interpret the Persian standard differently, they developed the flat-nosed “peke-face” or “ultra-type” over time, as the result of two genetic mutations, without changing the name of the breed from “Persian”.
Some organizations, including the Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA), consider the peke-face type as their modern standard for the Persian breed. Thus, the retronym Traditional Persian was created to refer to the original type, which is still bred, mirroring the renaming of the original-style Siamese cat as the Traditional Siamese or Thai. So, to distinguish it from the long-faced modern development which has taken over as simply “the Siamese”. Moreover, Not all cat fancier groups recognize the Traditional Persian (at all, or as distinct), or give it that specific name. TICA has a very general standard that does not specify a flattened face