Himalayan

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Acfa registered Male and female Himalayan kittens for sale. Parents are fiv/felv neg. He is the sweetest kitten. Very lovable and loves to be...
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Siamese & Himalayan mixed kittens. They were born March 30, 2020. Mom is Himalayan and Dad is Siamese. Parents and kittens are intelligent...
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Himalayan & Siamese mixed kittens born March 30, 2020. Dad is Siamese & Mom is Himalayan. Parents and kittens are intelligent, affectionate, well...
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1 solid all white blue eyes Persian male and 2 blue tortie point himalayans 600 700 ready first week of Feb taking deposits now.shots included...
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Looking for a new home for this Himalayan cat. Really easy-going, house-trained. Really good about using her litter box as long as it's kept...
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we have a litter of beautiful Himalayan kittens, that come with a health guarantee, they are very playful, friendly, have blue eyes, they have 1st...
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CFA registered kittens. All of our kittens come with a thorough vet examination age appropriate vaccinations dewormings and written health...
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2 Himalayan Boy Kittens available in southern Illinois. Pet price $400. Vaccinated, dewormer, and cfa registerable.
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Born on Sep 17, 2019 3 male kittens 400/each To see more photos of kittens, follow @himalayancats on Instagram. You may text me at 571-338-2333 or...
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Himalayan needs new home Beautiful Himalayan female needs a new home. She is about 3 years old. Very playful and good companion. Has all of her...
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CFA registered kittens. All of our kittens come with a thorough vet examination age appropriate vaccinations dewormings and written health...
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Beautiful doll faced Himalayan Kittens born on 4/02/19 ready for forever home on May 28th at 8 weeks. One lilac point male (pic 1); two blue...
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Very beautiful Himalayan male kitten looking for a loving home. He is litter box trained, and got his first shoots. He start eating dry kittens...
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CFA Female Persian Himalayan kitten DOB 7/26/19 Has 1st shots, wormed, health certificate and registration papers. Ready for her new home. Dad is...
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CFA registered 9 weeks old male blue point Himalayan kitten for sale. Pontotoc, MS. $450.
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9 week old kittens. One male and 1one female himalayan kittens. First shots, wormed and litter box trained. Both for 400.00.
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Himalayan Kittens for Sale. Blues and Seals. Price $400.00 Pet. Breeding Rights $800.00 Call 304-466-5909 or email [email protected]
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New price! We have one male and one female Himalayan kittens for sale. They are playful and adorable. They are ready to go and be loved in their...
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I have 4 Adorable Female Purebred Himalayan Kittens for sale.. They are currently 8 weeks old & ready to be with their new families! For more...
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Precious Persian's and Himalayan's are proud to introduce these three lovely CFA registered Persian - Himalayan kitten's. They're all females. The...
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Available to loving home. Best in home without other pets. Up to date on distemper. Fixed and declawed.
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These sweet kittens are CFA registered, will have a complete health exam, first shots, be litter box trained, and ready to go at 8 weeks. They...
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Here's a fun fact for you: The Himalayan is actually a type of Persian. Actually, it's the most popular type of Persian. Not many folks know this. The Himalayan comes in quite a few colors; over a dozen. These colors range from blue to chocolate tortie to seal lynx to lilac cream. When describing the specific color range of this breed of cat, you're basically describing those colors that are on the face only. The various shades on the body aren't included.

The Himalayan cat was developed by crossing Persians with Siamese. This is what gives them the distinct charactersitics of both cats. Through the many iterations of breeding, the Himalayan was approved by various associations as a type of Persian. Of course, this particular cat needs to meet certain very strict requirements to be considered as such.

Himalayans can live quite a long time. As with any other type of cat, keeping this one indoors can extend its life tremendously. These cats can easily live between 15 and 20 years. By keeping the cat indoors, you are essentially protecting it from predators as well as disease. Along with its habitat though, it's important to keep this specific cat on an appropriate diet as well as keep it up to date with its veterinary care. Those vet visits will screen out any potential genetic diseases, which will obviously extend that cat's life as well. As it pertains to Himalayans specifically, as long as the cat is cared for well, it shouldn't be susceptible to any disease beyond those of another breed. But since this breed does have very large and vulnerable eyes, it's important to keep its face clean so dirt doesn't fall into those eyes.

Himalayans are well loved for their outstanding fur. It's luxurious and people absolutely love petting these cats. It's no secret that this breed is extremely popular. With its affectionate, sweet, gentle, and loving personality, this cat makes itself a part of the household rather quickly. But as with most other cats, when you bring this breed into your home, there will be a transition period. Once that period is over though, you should see this cat come right out of its shell.

As long as its environment has some sort of regularity to it, the Himalayan should thrive, even if the environment is somewhat active. This breed likes to know what's coming, day after day. It's not fond of change or surprises. As it pertains to the sounds this cat makes, its moew is soft and cute. This isn't an overly talkative breed of cat. The Himalayan is a wonderful house cat for young children as well as adults. This is a charming and companionable type of cat. Remember though, the build of these cats doesn't lend itself well to acrobatics, so don't encourage him or her to jump far distances or climb many things. This is a much more stout build of cat that does well when it's firmly planted on the ground. Playing, of course. During the day and night, you'll likely see the Himalyan playing, lying on a windowsill or chair or simply lounging around its most favored spot. Folks have grown to love the Himalayan and you will too.
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