Golden shaded persian cat is a balanced, calm, but more mobile cat than other Persians, cheerful, curious and willing to play, attached to the guardian.
Golden shaded persians have a medium temperament – they are more vivid than most Persian cats. In terms of character, they do not differ from chinchilla and silver-colored cousins. They are balanced, happy and willing to play. They actively participate in the life of the family and do not like to be ignored. Kittens are mischievous and mobile, but adults are already much calmer. Although they strongly attach to the owner, they are not possessive. They will be good friends for children, but they do not tolerate too much urgency – they sometimes show dissatisfaction, although they never behave aggressively. They like the company of other cats, they also feel good in the presence of a dog. By nature, they are family members, but they will gladly use the opportunity to stay on a properly secured balcony or in a special aviary in the garden.
Advantages and disadvantages
very demanding in care
possible congenital kidney disease (PKD)
Watery eyes require special attention
rather not suitable for an outgoing cat
easily accepts other cats and dogs
the hair is easily felted
gentle and kind to deal with
quiet home man
works great in felinotherapy
suitable for children and the elderly
can be an only child
Golden shaded persian cat. Health
Persians may have congenital polycystic kidney disease (PKD), malocclusion, excessively watery eyes, breathing problems due to shortening of the nose, and hereditary progressive degeneration of the retina (thankfully the latter does not lead to blindness, as is the case with Abyssinian cats).
Hair care is not bothersome, but must be systematic. It is necessary to check daily for tangs – it is enough to brush once every few days. you also need to check your ears and trim the nails if necessary. Most representatives of this breed do not have severely shortened noses, therefore they do not have problems with breathing and excessive watering eyes.
Golden shaded persian cat. History
Persian cat is one of the oldest breeds of cats. Ancestors of the Persians came to Europe from the Middle East (Iran, former Persia) during the Crusades. However, the proper breed was bred by the English, crossing Middle Eastern cats.
Golden shaded persian cat – golden chinchilla persian cat – Exotic and persian cats – I cat. FIFe
EMS code: PER
Origin: Iran (Persia), Great Britain
Character: calm, gentle, friendly, cheerful
Size: medium size
Weight: 2.5-7 kg
General appearance: well-muscled, with a strong, massive build
Head: round, massive and wide, with a convex forehead; full cheeks, chin well developed
Ears: small, set low, rounded at the ends, with tufts of hair inside the auricle
Eyes: large, round, set wide apart, emerald or blue-green
Nose: Short, stop strongly marked
Torso: massive and stocky
Tail: Not very long, rounded at the end and profusely hairy
Coat: long and thick, rarely woolly, undercoat well developed, on the chest and neck Lion’s mane
Ointment: hair on the head, sides of the torso, back and tail with black or blue tipping, limited to about 1/3 of the length of the hair (chocolate-brown and lavender tipping are rare). On the face and limbs, there is a golden color, light cream to apricot undercoat. A characteristic feature is a white chin; black foot pads, brick red nose mirror, dark rims around the nose and eyes Activity: more active than other Persians, balanced, likes fun
Resistance/susceptibility to diseases: medium, delicate cat, demanding