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Stunning Types Of Persian Cats

Stunning Types Of Persian Cats

Of all the types of cat breeds present in the world, Persian cats are one of the most popular.These balls of fluff are widely known for their luxurious coats and wide eyes. White Persian cats are among the most popular picks; however, there are various other choices in terms of color, etc. 

Many people may not know this, but there are several types of Persian cats. It is ok if you do not know about these types as this guide is written specifically for you.  

What Are Some Of The Types Of Persian Cats?

Since there are so many breeders, it is impossible to discuss all the types. Hence, in this blog, we are going to focus on some of the major ones only. 

Are you excited? Let’s dive in!

Chinchilla Persian


Chinchilla Persian cats are a striking variation of the Persian cat breed. Named after the South American rodent, these cats have a thick and bushy coat. While there are color variations in this breed, they are mostly silvery-white. 

Chinchilla Persian cats have beautiful, doll-like eyes, nose and lips with a black rim. These cats have a beautiful white undercoat and an overcoat which is lightly tinted. They either have blue or green eyes. Since Chinchilla Persian cats are purebred, they can develop health problems like heart problems and kidney diseases. 

Peke-Face Persian Cat

Peke-Face Persian cats have some of the most recognizable features of the breed. This breed’s name is derived from their similarities to Pekingese dogs. However, a genetic mutation causes these cats to have a flat face. 

Peke-Face Persian cats have a long jaw, small nose, round cheeks, large eyes and a square-shaped head. Their face structure does make them look cute but makes it difficult for them to breathe. 

Do remember, Peke-Face Persian cats are high maintenance. Along with grooming their long hair, owners are also required to wipe their eyes frequently.

Doll Face Persian Cat

Also known as traditional Persian cats, Doll Face Persian cats are believed to be original Persian cats. These types of Persian cats do not have extreme features. Unlike Peke-Face Persian cats, Doll Face Persian cats have a nose which extends outwards and has a normal length. 

Since their nose extends outwards, they do not face any difficulty in breathing. Along with this, Doll Face Persian cats also face less eye drainage and eye staining as compared to the rest. They come in a variety of colors and are high-maintenance. Even though Doll Face Persian cats do not have flat face features, they are a classic yet stunning type of Persian cats. 

Teacup Persian Cats

These tiny little Persian cats are known as Teacup Persian cats. While they look absolutely adorable and you would love to bring them home, think twice before doing so. 

Full size Persian cats experience a variety of health problems and since Teacup Persian cats are tiny, their chances of experiencing health problems increases. Their tiny, squished faces make it difficult for them to breathe as well. 

Now that we have discussed some of the types of Persian cats, let’s see what are some of the queries that the current or to be Persian cat owners might have:


Q1: How often do you bathe a Persian cat?

Even though there is no consensus on this, the number of times you should bathe your cat depends on its lifestyle and how dirty it usually gets.  We think it is best if you bathe your Persian cat after every 4 weeks as overdoing it will result in their skin losing its natural oils. 

Q2. How to identify a Persian cat? 

There are many ways that you can use to identify Persian cats. One of them is by identifying their characteristics which includes their face, tail and body shape. These cats have a straight and short tail and a small body which makes it easy for people to identify them. Along with this, Persian cats are also affectionate breeds. They love cuddles and can be playful as well. 

Q3. Why are Persian cats called Persian?

It is believed that Persian cats originated from Mesopotamia, which consists of modern day Iraq, parts of Iran, Syria and Turkey. Hence the name Persian cats.

Q4. How many hours do Persian cats sleep?

Persian cats sleep for 12-16 hours per day. The life stage of your cat also plays an essential role in the overall rest time of your cat. 

Q5. Persian cat price in Pakistan?

Persian cat prices vary in Pakistan depending on the type of cat you choose. The price also varies with the availability of the cat. 

If you are interested in buying a Persian cat, you can find a variety of them on OLX Pakistan.  

Do you own a Persian cat? Would you like to share their characteristics and habits with others here?

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