Tradional persian cat: The CFA however regulates the "flat faced" Persian as the true breed and standard for this breed.
Character: Massive cobby body, short legs and a broad, round head with a short, snub and broad nose. They are good with other pets, and with children. They're very adaptable, and usually cope well if changes occur such as additions to the family, new pets or a house move.
Temperament: Generally a quiet cat. Homely and placid affection to owners, friendly towards strangers, clean, vocal and fussiness over food.
Care: They need regular grooming to prevent matting. Their eyes may require regular cleaning to prevent crust build-up and tear staining. The Persian Cats doesn’t require much exercise and is well suited to apartment living.