Perfect Persians is a small CFA registered, and FELV neg cattery located in Prosper, Texas. Prosper is located about 45 minutes just North of Dallas. Our babies are very spoiled, and we create a very special bond with each and every one of them. I have never missed a delivery with any one of my queens. It does not matter if she is delivering at 3:00 in the afternoon or 3:00 in the morning. I am physically by her side, making sure that she is ok. I make sure that each and every Doll Face baby arrives safely. Once they are age appropriate, my children start spending quality time with each baby, They love on them and play very gently with them. Each kitten will be used to children and very well socialized before leaving us.
We specialize in chinchilla silver, shaded silver, and solid white Persian kittens. Our goal is to produce the most amazing kittens you will ever find. Personality and health is very important to us. Matching each kitten with the perfect home is also something that we take very seriously. Owning one of our sweet babies is a privilege and a very big commitment. We will be asking you a lot of questions and may ask for a vet reference too. This is only because we want the absolute best life for each and every kitten once they leave our nursery. We become very attached to each and every baby.
We do not allow our kittens to leave the nursery until a minimum of 12 weeks! (No exceptions).
(PET ONLY and do NOT offer breeding rights).
One kitten vs two?
As a potential Persian cat owner, you may wonder about purchasing multiple kittens. Should I get one kitten or two? Which is best?
We hear this question a lot. I think we humans can offer a great deal of love & companionship; however, there is a particular type of feline companionship and interaction that humans can not replicate, buy in the form of a cat toy, or even mimic with a dog Felines crave two types of interaction for healthy mental self-esteem:
1.) Feline Friendship
2.) Human Fellowship
They offer one another a confidence and intimacy factor we humans simply cannot, such as cleaning each other’s face or chasing each other throughout the house at tops speeds. I swear they can sometimes reach over 60 MPH!
Their bond is very apparent to see as you watch them sleeping all curled up together.
So, without hesitation, our recommendation is always two.
If you have ever raised two cats together and one passes away, you know the bond they shared is much like the bond of two people who have been married for several years. The one left behind is totally and utterly lost. Their soulmate is now gone, and they will often give up on life themselves. They do not want to face life alone without that feline bond. However, their bodies are older, and they cannot run, jump and play like they did when they were younger.
So in this situation, you, as their owner, have a tough call to make. Do you get them a new furry friend? A set to watch play so they don’t have to interact if they don’t feel like playing, or do you just spend all the extra time you can with them?
Think of grandparents, their bodies are not what they used to be in their childhood years. They used to race one another as fast as their legs would carry them or ride bikes all day long.
It doesn’t mean they no longer enjoy those things; it’s just that most grandparents would rather watch their grandchildren do those activities now that they’re older.
It’s the same for the older cat in the house because they’re not as physically active as they once were. However, they love watching little ones run, flip and play.
If the remaining kitty in the house is older and does not run, jump and play much, perhaps a set of new babies is the answer. It gives them the stimulation they desire without the physical demands to interact (unless they want to).
Another question people often ask is what gender combinations are best.
In past experiences MALE/FEMALE or MALE/MALE, but to avoid FEMALE/FEMALE unless they are adopted at the same time and are either litter mates or nursery mates (born within a 2-3 month age range of one another). Every single family of ours that has adopted 2 siblings together, has been so happy that they did!