We have some darling Persian and Exotics available for adoption. We have long and short hair cats available. Please inquire for complete details!
We hope you find our website a source of information about the Persian and exotic cat breed. We are constantly adding more information about the Persian cat breed and the Exotic Shorthair cat breed.
Whether you are looking for the traditional doll faced Persian, angel faced, baby doll face Persian or an extreme flat faced Persian, you've come to the right place for information about the Persian cat breed.
When considering to bring a new Persian kitten into your family, a few thoughts come to mind such as: "How do I select a reputable Persian breeder?" What separates a reputable or responsible breeder from a backyard breeder?
We discourage the inhumane procedure of de-clawing. As one of the uninformed, we feel that people are not given enough information about the very violent procedure of de-clawing. We recommend that you exhaust every available option, such as trimming the cats claws with a pet nail trimmer, placing scratching posts where the cats scratch or the use of Soft-Claws, which cover the claws lasting four to six weeks and come in stylish colors. For more information on the inhumane de-clawing procedure, please visit the Declawing Information website or our Declawing Information page.
Every kitten is born wet and helpless resembling anything but a cat. Newborn kittens are generally less than 5 inches long and weighing only a few ounces at birth. Kittens go through stages of physical, mental and cognitive development.
Bringing home your new kitten once you have selected the "perfect kitten." When you chose a second cat, it is very important to match personality and lifestyle to the existing cat.
We provide each new Persian kitten and Persian cat owner with a Placement Package or kitten kit to help ensure the transition into their new home is a smooth one.
Have you often wondered what it meant when they said "Dollfaced," "Baby doll faced," "traditional doll faced" or "extreme faced?" What these terms are describing is the facial structure of the Persian cat or kitten.
Preparing to bring your new kitten home is somewhat like "child proofing" your home. Imagine yourself as a kitten, what would you play with first? A few things come to mind: the string on the mini-blinds, an electrical cord, the large poisonous plant sitting in the corner, potpourri, or even worse, the banister railing of the second floor.
What supplies will I need for my new kitten? Basic items such a litter boxes, food and water dishes, combs, brushes. How about toys, what are safe for my new kitten?
We recommend you try Groomer's Goop Degreaser, Glossy Coat Pet Shampoo and coat conditioners. Does their coat attract dirt and look greasy? If you answered yes, your Persian's coat may need to be degreased.