Persians are wonderful, loving, gentle, and beautiful cats but as with any other breed, there is no such thing as "perfect". The standard calls for the Persian to have an extreme face (brachycephalic) in order to be shown. Due to this, Persians are prone to eye running, could potentially suffer from snorting and they may be at increased risk for upper respiratory infections. The breed also has a magnificent long, thick coat which requires daily grooming to ensure they do not become matted.
Please be sure to do your research on the Persian breed prior to purchasing one.
We, as breeders, spend a lot of time and money first buying our fur kids, having any necessary testing done to ensure they are healthy and caring for them. Showing them, feeding them top quality foods, giving them proper veterinary care and advertising is all just a small part of what we do; the list goes on and on and on! So, please keep this in mind when inquiring about our kittens. Our prices are what they are for a reason.
If you would like to know more about the standard of the breed, follow THIS link and you will find detailed descriptions of what a Persian should look like.
We show, therefore we breed to meet the CFA standard of the Persian breed. Health and temperament are of the utmost priority, however, we also breed to produce Persians that look like Persians. There are far too many breeders out there simply breeding to make money, and sadly the quality is lost on those kittens. If you do your research on the breed, you will absolutely see a difference in our kittens look over many other Persian kittens. We breed quality over quantity. For those reasons, as well as the health testing, and endless amount of socialization, love and pet support we provide to our buyers are all reasons our prices are what they are.
**Prices are non-negotiable, so please do not ask!**
All kittens will be negative for PKD/PRA, FeLV/FIV, up to date on all vaccinations, vet checked, and come with a 1 year health warranty!
Please contact me with any questions: Stachitay@yahoo.com
If all goes well our new litter will be here around the 1st week in February!