Persian Cat Behavior,Personality,feeding
It is believed that Persian breed was introduced to Europe in 17th
century by European explorers, who brought them from faraway Persia
along with jewels, silks and spices. Persians were imported to America
in the late 1800s, where they were enthusiastically received. American
breeders began a breeding program to refine the coat, color, and
conformation. Soon the American Persian developed a style of its
own and evolved into the type we see presently.
The Persian is a heavily boned, well-balanced cat with a sweet expression
and soft, round lines. They sport a long, flowing coat draped on
a compact, chunky, short body. They are round headed with small
wide spaced rounded ears and large round owl-like eyes.
Persians are generally quiet, calm and totally laid-back. They have
a melodious voice and communicate delightfully with their large,
expressive eyes. They crave affection and love to be petted and