The pros and cons of owning a Persian cat
Persian cats have always been one of the favorite breeds of cat owners.
They are wonderful pets and have their good and bad points.
On the list of professionals, they are very pretty to look at and generally have a sweet disposition, a
calm manner and regal character. They generally tolerate everything and walk away if disturbed.
They are very soft, by nature. Another pro is the variety of colors they come in.
You have shades of silver, white, black, red, multi-color, and gold, just to name a few.
They are an ornament for your life and your home. They are attractive pets to look at.
They have lovely fur and are not usually prone to being destructive in any way.
Persian cats generally adapt fairly well to a new environment quickly, although some can be shy around loud noises.
There are a few other things you need to know. This will help you adjust to the potential possession issues that may arise.
The disadvantages of owning a Persian cat are hair loss, the possibility of watery eyes, as Persians seem prone to this and may also have some grooming problems.
Usually only older Persian cats tend not to groom themselves.
Some owners have the vet shave their Persian cat occasionally if grooming becomes a problem.
It is always best to be aware of all these facts before owning a Persian cat.
Persian cats are lovely pets and they will bring you a lot of joy.
They tend to live long lives and become very attached to their owners.
In short, this breed will make a wonderful addition to your family and a great pet as long as you are prepared for all of these things.