Persian Cats: Not So Different

Many misconceptions exist surrounding Persian cats. Touted as one of the most high-class breeds of cat, these animals, who probably came from what is now Iraq, are no more difficult to take care of than your typical house cat. Below is information on what you should do to properly take care of these animals.

What do they eat?

Quality and freshness should be your top two priorities. If the food isn't fresh, your animal can become ill. Leftovers should not be a part of your cat's diet as your cat's digestive system differs from your own.

What supplies should I get?

You should get a litter box for your cat. Cats have a keen sense of smell and hate to be in an environment where there is an odor. Of course, this works out well because most people don't want a smelly house either.

How will I know if something is wrong?

Through its own methods, your cat will inform you if there is a problem. Because of this, it’s a good idea to pay attention to how your cat lets you know about problems. To be extra careful, if ever you feel unsure, do not be shy about taking your cat to the veterinarian.

How do I keep it from getting sick?

Although they can be pricy, you should have your cat vaccinated regularly. This way you are not subjected to more difficult issues later on.

Does my cat want me to leave it alone?

The simple answer here is no. Your cat needs to interact with you regularly and in a positive manner. Many people believe that their cat prefers to be by itself because of how it acts. This is not true. If you don't have play time with your cat, the cat will become stressed and will be negatively affected.

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