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Cat Adoption / December 31, 2022

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Persian Cats Available on Petfinder Right Now

  • Callie - Fostered in Napa, CA
    Davis, CA
  • Amanda
    Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Sampson (bonded with Sundae)
    Beverly Hills, CA
  • Bunny
    Charlottesville, VA
  • Madison
    Madisonville, LA
  • Busta
    Winchendon, MA
  • Justin
    Kansas City, MO
  • Forest
    Stuart, VA
  • Mia
    Lilburn, GA
  • Goliath
    Vernal, UT
  • Sandy Purrsian
    New York, NY
  • RAIN!!
    San Antonio, TX
  • Gypsy Rose Lee
    Diamond Springs, CA
  • Sir Cai
    Ennis, TX
  • Beardsley
    Sherwood, OR

Persian Dog: BunnyPersian Cat Personality

If you want your cats bouncing around like hyperactive popcorn, don't buy a Persian. Persians are perfect companions, if you like placid, sweet-tempered cats. Don't count on using your Persian pal as a furry doorstop, however. They love to play between periods of regal lounging on your favorite davenport. Proponents say that Persians do not deserve their 'furniture with fur' reputation, they are intelligent, just not as inquisitive as some breeds, and not as active.

Persians are devoted to their humans, but can be selective in conferring that honor. You must earn their trust and love. They crave affection and love to be petted and fussed over, but won't harass you for attention the way some breeds will. They will, however, let their feelings be known if they are not getting the requisite amount of attention.

Owning a Persian requires a significant time commitment. That beautiful coat requires daily grooming to keep it in good condition and free of mats. Because of the long coat and docile temperament, Persians should be considered indoor-only pets. Many Persian fanciers keep at least part of the coat clipped, particularly the hindquarters and around the anus to avoid the accumulation of feces. This should be done, though, only if the cat will not be shown soon.