A few notes on Persian Cats, also referred to as Persian Kitty's in this article:
- The Persian Kitty (Persia: گربه ایرانی ) is one of the oldest breeds of cats. In Britain, it is called the Longhair or Persian Longhair.
- Longevity is usually between 10 and 19 years on average.
- Because their fur is too long and dense, Persian kitty's need regular grooming.
A Persian Kitty ,
has an extremely long thick coat, short legs and a wide head with the ears set far apart. They have large eyes, and a foreshortened muzzle which makes them have dust and debris cover the inside of their nostrils making breathing a bit more difficult.
Their eyes are often gooey, and the owner should clean their eyes at least once every day.