cat site, cat website


Himalayan Cat Behavior,Personality,feeding.

The longhaired Himalayan is very similar to the Persian, with a large, short and heavy body. They developed as a result of cross between Persians and Siamese to combine the Siamese point coloring with Persian type. The CFA and the ACFA recognized the breed in 1957 under the name Himalayan, named for the color pattern found in other animals, such as the Himalayan rabbit. By 1961 all major U.S. cat associations recognized the Himalayan. In 1984 the CFA united the Himalayan and the Persian breeds, arguing that the body type was the same for both breeds.

Himalayan Cat is large to medium sized and is heavily boned. Himalayans have well-rounded cobby bodies and short, thick legs with a short, bushy tail. They also have a short, strong neck supporting a very large and round head. They have deep vivid blue eyes.

They are gentle, calm, and sweet-tempered. They are extremely playful and express themselves with a melodius voice. Himalayans are devoted and dependent upon their owners for companionship and protection.

Himalayan Cat
Himalayan Cat

Himalayans come in a variety of “point colors,” much like their Siamese relatives. These colors vary from registry to registry. In CFA, recognized colors are chocolate, seal, lilac, blue, red, cream tortoiseshell, blue-cream, chocolate- tortoiseshell, lilac-cream, seal lynx, blue lynx, red lynx, cream lynx, tortoiseshell lynx, blue-cream lynx, chocolate lynx, lilac lynx, chocolate- tortoiseshell lynx and lilac-cream lynx. Eyes must be blue. The face of the Himalayan is flat, like that of the Persian. The coat is thick and profuse, and the paws are large.

  • Understanding Your Cat's Body Language

  • How to choose the best cat food

  • Changing Your Cat's Food

  • Cat's maximum lifespan, How long is a cat's lifespan.

  • Dry Food - Semi-Moist Food - Canned Food

  • Cat Spay and Neuter

    Cat spay
    Cat diseases
    Cat breeds
    types of cats
    Cat pregnancy
    Kitten names
    Cats directory