All about cats

What age do cats reach full size

A fully grown Persian cat should be up to 24 inches at the shoulder, and weigh between 8 and 14 pounds.

What do Persian cats do when they are little?

Persian cats are great with kids, and usually get along with other pets. They like to be close to their owners, and will follow you around, or sit on your lap.

What is the best way to take care of Persian cats?

Persian cats are very clean cats. They are known for their great Sense of Smell, and do not like to share their living space with other pets. They will usually only share their living space with you. For this reason, it is important to keep your cat in a room that you can lock, and is not shared with anyone else.

How much do Persian cats cost?

Persian cats are expensive, and can cost you over $2000.

What is the lifespan of Persian cats?

Persian cats live for 10 to 12 years.

How do you tell the difference between a Persian and a Maine Coon?

Maine Coon cats are a little smaller, and have a thicker coat. They are also known to be more active, and have a more playful attitude.

What is the difference between a Persian and a Persian/Maine Coon?

Persian cats are a little bigger, and their coats are thicker.

How many different colors do Persian cats come in?

Persian cats come in 7 different colors.

How do you get a Persian cat to stop biting?

If your Persian cat is showing aggression, it is best to consult an animal behaviorist.

How do you make a Persian cat stop biting?

There are many different ways to make a Persian cat stop biting. Some of these ways include:

Showing a calm attitude

Avoiding the cat

Taking the cat out of the room

Using a spray bottle to spray the cat

Many Persian cats will stop biting if you keep them away from you.

Maine Coon cats are a little smaller, and have a thicker coat.

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