How to take good care of a persian kitten.

August 1, 2007 2:05am CST
The most difficult part about caring persian kitten will be keeping the knots out of that gloriously long coat.
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@bkfuels (1606)
• Canada
13 Nov 07
One of my cats - My cat Bubba
I totally agree with this. I have Persians and Himalayans and it is a daily battle to keep their fur from knotting. I often have to have them shaved. When I do this their fur comes back even nicer.
7 Dec 07
I had my wee chocolate brown persian chinchilla shaved in the summer and he looked so funny!! No hair apart from the head and so cute! And you are right, his coat came in so gorgeous and now i'm fighting the daily battle to keep it that way! He loves being brushed though so it's not too bad! And he's worth it!
• Philippines
1 Aug 07
im not so sure about taking good care of this persian cats but as far as i know u have to tek them to the vet. doctors for their check-up, feed them, you have to drink them their vitamis and water of course, and you have to take a bath your kitten.
• Philippines
14 Aug 07
It is important to take them to the vet and have some check up or vaccination too. and of course you should monitor them everyday, feed them well and have a clean place and safe place for them
@jessje (145)
• United Kingdom
8 Dec 07
True, you just have to get your cat used to a daily grooming time where you will comb her hair, clean her eyes and after a while she will come to you for her grooming. No problems here and our persian is now 4 years old.