Everyone likes options.

I breed both dilute and dominant calicos.

My persians come in a wide range of color combos:

  • Red and white
  • Blue (gray) and white
  • Cream and white
  • Blue (gray), white and cream/dilute calico.
  • Black and white
  • Black, red and white/dominant calico.

They can be either "high white" with white mostly on top or "low white" with the white concentrated on it's undercarriage.
Learn more about bi-color persians here.

They have a different "look" than most cats. A Persian cat's head is wide, with distanced length between their ears and eyes. The "squashed" appearance of a Persian cat's face is one of their defining but charming characteristics.


The Persian is a hardy, healthy breed of cat and are by no means an unhealthy breed.  However, you must do your research and buy from a reputable breeder. Be sure tp get proof the parents are PKD negative.


All my breeding cats have been tested negative for Polycystic Kidney Disease and I provide proof of this. 
ttp://www.cfa.org/client/breeds.aspx


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