The Himalayan also called Persian cats are extremely beautiful creatures among cats. They have long fur like hairs on their skin that makes them attractive to watch. These creatures are extremely tamable and very friendly by nature. Himalayan is the American term, while in Europe they are referred to as counterpoint Persians. Most of Himalayan cats have blue eyes and points of a Siamese.
The body of a Himalayan is white, but the points come in many different colors: blue, brown, lilac, chocolate, flame, red and cream. The points can also be tabby or torte patterns. The Himalayan usually has a round, massive head, attached to a thick short neck, with small round-tipped ears and large, round, wide-set eyes. The body is medium to large, broad across the rump, with short, stubby legs and large round feet.
The fur is one of two types, either long and flowing, or medium-long and thick Himalayan cats are good tempered and sweet creatures and because they are belonging to Siamese heritage, they are quite active. Due to this Himalayan kittens are amongst the most common pets found in houses in United States. In fact Himalayan Kittens are for sale in many of the states as dedicated Himalayan cat breeders exist that breed the kittens to be taken as pets.
These breeders usually make sure that the kittens are in good health and are free of any diseases that are one of the biggest concerns of their customers. Thus cat breeding has become one of the most popular professions in recent times. Himalayan cat breeders have dedicated websites and stores like in states like Ohio and Florida. In fact Himalayan kittens for sale in Wisconsin is becoming a popular business in the state of Wisconsin. These cats, like their Persian blood-lines, are laid-back and calm.
Very easygoing, cats that enjoy playing. Being laid-back cats does not however mean they are lazy. They simply view the world differently than most short-haired cats. There are two health issues associated with Himalayans, both stemming from the extreme flat “pug” face that is so treasured by the show breeders right now. This subjects the cats to major breathing problems along with watery eyes. The shortened breathing tube makes it difficult for some of the cats to get good breath, and the tear ducts become compressed, causing the eyes to leak almost continuously