The Persian Kitty is one of the oldest breeds of cat.
In Britain, it is called the Longhair or Persian Longhair. A Persian Kitty without an established and registered pedigree is classed as a domestic longhair cat.
"Persian Cat is also referred to as Persian Kitty in this article."

The Persian Kitty is one of the oldest breeds of cat.
In Britain, it is called the Longhair or Persian Longhair. A Persian Kitty without an established and registered pedigree is classed as a domestic longhair cat.
"Persian Cat is also referred to as Persian Kitty in this article."
Persian Kitty's, with their long flowing coats and open pansy-like faces are the number one breed in popularity.
Their sweet, gentle, personalities blend into most households once they feel secure in their new environment.Creatures of habit, they are most at home in an atmosphere of security and serenity, but with love and reassurance, can easily adapt to the most boisterous of households. Their quiet, melodious voices are pleasant and non-abrasive.
The Persian Kitty : 
is a breed of domestic cat noted for its long, soft, flowing coat. Long-haired cats were originally known as Persian, or Angoras.

These names were later discarded in favor of the name longhair, although the cats are still commonly called Persian Cats in the United States.
The medium-sized or large Persian Kitty with a cobby (stocky), short-legged body, has a broad, round head, a snub nose, and a short, heavily haired tail. The large, round eyes may be blue, orange, golden, green, or copper-coloured, depending on the colour of the cat. The soft, finely textured coat forms a heavy ruff about the neck.

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