Are Persian cats domestic?
Cats are independent because they were once in the wild and cats are better at hunting, so they do not depend much on humans on their food. there is a saying that goes " dogs have masters, cats have staff. '' that's why dogs are easier to train, but cats are easier to take care of. there are some cats that do like attention, like a Persian cat, but they were bred to be that…
Before I answer, I feel it necessary to point out that a Tortoiseshell is not a breed, only a color variation. But about the Persian thing, the only cats I know that came from the Persian are Himalayans, and the Exotics. Breeding a Persian and a Domestic Shorthair (moggy) whom has no pedigree would result in mixed-breed moggy kittens.
Flat faced Persians have very flat noses, but doll faced Persian cats have less flat noses. Compared to other types of cats though, even doll faced Persian cats have flat noses. Want more information on Persian cats? Go to my website puffypersiankittens.com to learn more! We also sell doll and flat faced Persian kittens.
Longhair cats generally have softer fur than shorthair cats, which makes it more pleasant to stroke them. Against this, of course, one must weight he fact that a longhair cat will need daily brushing in order to keep from getting knots in her fur. A cat breed like the Exotic Shorthair, which has the softer and denser fur of the Persian but at domestic shorthair length, is a possible alternative.