Persian kittens, perhaps, cause only delightfor all who communicate with them. They are cute and charming animals. Persian kittens have unsurpassed charm and the number of people who want to buy them, is growing day by day.
However, we should not forget about some problems,which inevitably arise after the kitten becomes a member of your family. There are a number of questions about what to feed, how to educate, how to care. After all, a Persian kitten is not a furry toy, but a living being that grows and constantly changes. And it is important for all the owners of this charming woman to know that the Persian should be carefully looked after, otherwise a beautiful monster can be obtained instead of a beautiful "lohat".
The primary task is to teach the kittento the toilet. To do this, you need to buy a tray or a tray with a special mesh, designed to keep the "panties" clean on the hind legs.
The toilet tray should be washed regularly with clean running water, without adding any smelling substances, and an acetic solution and a hard brush will help remove the urinary stone.
It is usually enough to put the kitten in the trayat the first signs of anxiety and desire to make a toilet. Persian kittens are very smart and, as a rule, the owner does not have to once again worry.
Never hit a baby, do not put a face in the "disgrace" that happened. The Persians do not tolerate violence at all.
Interest in houseplants
Cats are very inquisitive, and they mustyou want to taste every flower or leaf. Remember that a cat Persian can poison flower bulbs, cacti, oleanders, ivy, poppies, carnations, figs and cyclamens.
If your favorite greenhouse gives you joy, place the flowers so that the kitten can not reach them.
Sprout for him a special meadow, for which wheat, oats or lawn grass, bought at a pet store, will do.
Care of the ears
Persian kittens require a lot of attention.
If the Persian has watery eyes, they can be rinsed with boiled chilled water. Ears do not need daily cleaning, but sometimes you need to look into them.
Manicure is also an important procedure. To him the kitten is taught from infancy. It is necessary to take it in one hand, and in another scissors or tweezers, and carefully cut off the claws, so as not to touch the blood vessel.
The claw sharpener should always be in the apartment, so that the sofas remain intact and unharmed.
Do not get carried away by washing, well, regular combing is necessary. This procedure will help to keep the kitten's coat in perfect condition and save it from a serious problem.
Feeding the Persian
All Persian kittens love fish and meat. They are not indifferent to cottage cheese, yoghurt, low-fat sour cream. On the side dish try to offer your pet oatmeal.
Taurine is an amino acid that is neededPersians. Its lack can lead to blindness, reproductive problems and heart disease. Dry food is best given as an incentive, at an exhibition or on the road.
And, of course, with the constant feeding of the cat with dry food, fresh water should be in its bowl.
The "elderly" age of a Persian cat
The male half of this breed of cats is playful beforeof a certain age. Later they become very sedate, they even need to be made to actively run and move, which is very important for fighting obesity, constipation and kidney stones. When treating urolithiasis, you need to combine antibiotics and diet with magnesium.
A cat with a good character
Persians are prone to melancholy and often fall into depression if they are not shown the kind of attention they deserve.
The cause of bad behavior of a kitten can besome kind of ailment. The ill cat tries to attract the attention of the owners. After all, "correct" Persians usually have an excellent character, they are good companions, obedient, unobtrusive, like a society of people, affectionate and slightly phlegmatic.