Persian cat care at home
Persian Cat Care quite time consuming.
The Persian cat needs careful daily care, therefore, before buying it, once again evaluate your strength.
Pictured: Persian cat
The hair of a Persian cat needs to be thoroughly combed and monitored so that no tangles are formed, especially on the “panties” and “collar”.
Persian cats are washed once every 2 to 3 weeks. For washing, a special shampoo is used, which can be bought at a pet store or veterinary pharmacy.
Persian cats generally favor taking care of them, but if this is not the case, accustom your pet to hygiene procedures gradually, in games.
Hair care for Persian cats of different colors has its own nuances. For example, white cats are powdered with a special powder, and black cats' fur can burn out in the sun.
If the coat has fallen off, it must be untangled, while holding the cat so that it does not feel pain. Large tars are removed by the veterinarian, but you can’t hesitate: the skin under the tart cannot breathe.
Persian cats often eat their own hair. As a result, “hair sausages” may form. A cat can get rid of them by eating a special weed.
The eyes of Persian cats also require special care. Persians tend to block the lacrimal ducts, and discharge from the eyes may discolor the hair near the nose.Therefore, the eyes should be inspected daily and, if necessary, cleaned.
An important part of caring for a Persian cat is disease prevention. Remember that due to the structure of the muzzle, Persian cats can have breathing problems, so be careful about the health of the pet. If you are alert for any symptoms, consult your veterinarian as soon as possible.