Of all breeds of cats in the world, none is more distinctive or highly recognized that Persian. His gaze is almost stately, evoking images of wealth and opulence, Persian cats mostly white, but this race brings to the table more than just good looks. His calm and loving temperament makes it a pleasure to have around the house and a wonderful companion, loyal.
Persians have a long and interesting history. It was first thought to have originated in Iran, where once existed Persia. Although this may be true, modern Persian race has lost its genetic signature. The modern breed we see today feels have, for the most part, was developed in Western Europe, especially Britain. It was not until after World War II that American breeders recognized the inherent beauty of the Persians and began breeding them. Now, Persian is the most popular breed in the United States.Read More