How much is a Persian cat from a breeder?

How much is a Persian cat from a breeder?

Persian cats are purebred and are expensive for that reason. Depending on the breeder, type, and heritage, a Persian cat can cost you anywhere between $500 all the way up to $5000.

Do Persian cats come back home?

Persian cats can go outside, but they are best kept as indoor cats. But as you may have known by now, Persians require special care and handling, so you can’t just let them roam freely outside your home. Persian cats simply are not cut out for the outdoors and there are many reasons for this.

Are Persian cats royalty?

The Persian cat sits on the throne of its household. This breed holds the distinction of being one of the breeds favored by royalty. And it’s easy to understand why. With beautiful luxurious coats and regal personalities, Persians are pretty much royalty in feline form.

Are there any Persian kittens that are for sale?

Vanier also breeds adorable SILVER PERSIAN KITTENS FOR SALE and GOLDEN PERSIAN KITTENS FOR SALE with vivid green eye color and eye liner. Vanier Persian kittens are socialized at a young age, hand fed and kept in a clean and cozy environment.

Are there teacup Persian kittens for sale in Texas?

TinyPersians has several litters a year of small and standard sized Persian kittens for pet homes . TinyPersians Cattery’s kittens are affectionate, playful, adorable, socialized, well adjusted, litter trained Persian kittens and cats

How old are Vanier Persian kittens when they leave?

Vanier Persian kittens are socialized at a young age, hand fed and kept in a clean and cozy environment. You are assured of a healthy companion when they leave; veterinarian examined, vaccinated, wormed and come with a 2 year genetic guarantee.

How does Susan care for her Persian kittens?

From the 8-hour drive home with her, to trim, bath and blow out time, to her sweet, tender disposition with our family, Labrador Retriever and another cat, it’s evident the love, time and attention Susan puts into her kittens and cats prior to them going to their new homes. And Susan’s support has continued whenever we had a question.