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Persian cats are not only rare but are also the most sensitive in nature and need extra care

By Author  |  Published: 20th May 2017  11:42 pmUpdated: 20th May 2017  11:28 pm

Want to buy a furry friend and your choice is the very good-looking Persian cat? Remember, they are one of the most expensive breeds of cats, which look a little different and, hence, their care and grooming are also a little different.
So, if you are planning to buy a Persian cat, then there are a few things that you should know before buying.

Common colours
Greys and beiges are the most commonly-found colours among Persian 23cats. If you have a specific colour in mind, then you have to have some good amount of patience and wait until you find the specific coloured one you want. Also know that the white ones are especially rare to find.

Grooming rules
The furry creatures do not demand you for a bath every alternate day or twice or thrice in a day. They are most comfortable if you take them to shower once in a month. To maintain the colour of your cat, you can use colour enhancer after which shampoo and conditioner are preferred. Of Course, do not not forget to brush their coat, which is important to prevent matting. Additionally, their furry hair that you brush caressingly need to be treated by a groomer twice or thrice in a year; so, that can be expensive.

Most domesticated
They like the most royal treatment as they are most sensitive in nature. They do not prefer to be at a place where loud noises will hit their ears hard. Hence, they are the most domesticated cats of all.

Food to feed
Foods that have a good amount of Vitamin C, E, taurine and lutein and other antioxidants help to maintain a strong and healthy immune system. Apart from that, your Persian cat really needs protein, so chicken is the best food to feed.