Is known to be one of the oldest pedigree breed of cat found in brittain, and when you say a fancy cat breed it is usually the Persian that first comes to mind. It is believed that the Persians were developed out of the Bazaar cats called the Angora, and would you believe that they are even been recorded as far back as 1684 BC.
Because of their apparent popularity the Persian is the only pedigree cat that has so many divisions under its name, this includes the Himalayan, the Exotic and countless other color combinations out there. My personal dream one day is to develop a spotted Persian breed from either the Bengal or the Occicat or a Braided tabby Persian that I plan to call the Maja-Raja.
For more information about the breed and if you wish to purchase a kitten for yourself, please click on these links to the best catteries of the breeed:
For the breed's standards in TICA please click on this link:
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