Himalayan cat

Himalayan cat

Himalayan cat

Himalayan cat, also known as hemis, is a Crossbreeds of Persian and Siamese cats Created in the USA a result, these cats have long, silky hair coats with Persian patterns and her conjoined tip dye ears tail face and paws They also have bright blue eyes point out that they are Siamese, while The Himalayas are bigger considered a gentle giant world of cats, they adore their owners Sweet and docile very fun, but if you watch For low maintenance cats .

¬†Himalayan Silk long coat requires daily grooming The history of the Himalayan cat Himalayan they don’t have a long history has existed for less than 100 years, however Try Breeding a Long-haired Siamese Cat Growers around the world for decades The world is trying to produce a Persian cat with conjoined tag Two Harvards in the 1920s and 1930s Researchers cross a black Persian male Siamese woman in 1935 how certain traits are inherited Newton’s debut was born This research group was then established Long-haired Siamese cat’s litter Create multiple by crossing and Raised a breeder named Margarita goforth keep trying goal of the ciamo persian cross After WWII the result of their efforts

Himalaya recognized as a new breed Cat Lovers Club CFA and American Cat Lovers Association akfa This hybrid was awarded in 1957.

many years Later, however, cat lovers Association dropped this category Himalayan as a separate breed does not consider it a subspecies Persian Himalayas and Persians are still not considered a separate race Many organizations today share health The problem of the Himalayan Persians Cats are more prone to More health problems than many other breeds Siamese woman in 1935 how certain traits are inherited Newton’s debut was born This research group was then established Long-haired Siamese cat’s litter Create multiple by crossing and Raised a breeder named Margarita goforth keep trying goal of the ciamo persian cross After WWII the result of their efforts Himalaya recognized as a new breed Cat Lovers Club CFA and American Cat Lovers Association akfa This hybrid was awarded in 1957. many years Later, however, cat lovers Association dropped this category Himalayan as a separate breed does not consider it a subspecies Persian Himalayas and Persians are still not considered a separate race Many organizations today share health The problem of the Himalayan Persians Cats are more prone to More health problems than many other breeds or showing other signs of respiratory distress you should consult your veterinarian right away progressive retinal atrophy blindness can result from this inherited eye disorder talk to your veterinarian about the best ways to reduce the risk of these health conditions for your himalayan cat they can provide advice if a health problem arises the personality of himalayan cat similar to the persian the himalayan is sweet docile and quiet it would be fitting for this cat to live in any home where she can sit in a lap and be petted by people who can appreciate her gentle demeanor she would enjoy spending time with kind children who will make the time to play with her and allow her to chase interactive toys himalayans are lovable

but juicy himalayans devote their attention to family members and a few trusted guests loud environments aren’t their style with large expressive eyes and a soft pleasant voice hemis let their simple needs be known with their simple needs it is unlikely that your

cat will jump on your kitchen counters if you give it regular meals a little playtime with catnip mice and lots of love they return your affection tenfold whether she is sitting on the floor or on a more accessible piece of furniture it is fine for her to rule her domain from there if you are¬† busy the himalayan is content to adorn a chair sofa or bet until you are free to admire her and give her the attention she deserves but does not demand appearance it is a cat with a large deep chest rounded abdomen and sturdy muscular bones a healthy himalayan should feel muscular and solid but shouldn’t be too fat they have a snubbed nose flattened face small ears wide set blue eyes and a short but fluffy tail their ears are small there is no denying that the himalayan is a truly stunning breed himalayans generally have a white to the cream body with darker points on their face ears tails and legs these colors may include lilac chocolate seal red and blue as part of the breed standards tabby tortoise shell patterning is acceptable on the cat’s points but not on the body its eyes and nose should be a vivid blue and its paw pads and paw pads should match its point color the himalayan is not a hypoallergenic cat and it sheds quite a bit without regular grooming how to care of a himalayan cat to care for himalayans daily grooming is necessary that long beautiful coat doesn’t keep itself clean and tangle free on its own daily combs and regular bathing at least once a month are essential you should also consider litter box issues litter may become lodged in a himalayan’s paws or coat when litter boxes aren’t kept clean hemis tend to stop using them in this breed excessive tearing can cause under eye stains so make sure to wipe the corners of the eyes every day and brush the teeth daily to prevent periodontal disease the best practice is to brush your teeth every day but you can do so at least once a week keeping a himalayan indoors is a good idea as he’s not a scrapper and has little chance of beating out other cats dogs coyotes and other dangers that go along with being outdoor cats a himalayan that goes outdoors also runs the risk of being taken by someone who would like to keep such a beautiful cat without paying for it if you found this video helpful please share the video with your friends subscribe to my youtube channel to get daily informative videos if you need more information please check out the video description if you have any questions just leave a comment i will reply to you soon thanks for watching

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