Ear Cleaning For Cats

Just like trimming your cat’s nails/claws on a weekly basis, you should also inspect, and if needed, clean your cat’s ears at the same time. If you do this on a routine basis, you will ensure that your cat is not developing any type of ear problem (discharge, ear mites, etc.). Other articles in Persian cat care are: Inspecting your … Read More

Persian Cat Bathing

© Pelaqita Persians As a companion to our article on Persian Cat Grooming and Bathing, we have published a series of YouTube videos on bathing a Persian cat. These videos are done in four parts in order to illustrate the following:

Persian Cat Care and Coat Maintenance

© Pelaqita Persians Caring for a Persian takes a little more effort than that which another breed of cat requires. Due to the long, double coat of the Persian and the fact that many Persians have eyes that become “weepy”; caring for your Persian requires daily maintenance. There are a few main categories of Persian cat care: In this article, … Read More

Persian Cat Care and Eye Cleaning

Unlike many other breeds of cats, Persian cats require a little more care. These are a few main categories of Persian cat care: In this article, we will be addressing keeping a Persian cat’s eyes clean. There are other articles on this site about coat maintenance, nails, teeth care, ear cleaning, and bathing. Almost all Persian cats can have tearing … Read More

Persian Cat Care and Nail Trimming

Trimming a Persian cat’s claws should begin as a kitten so that the cat becomes comfortable with procedure. Stroke and play with the kitten’s paws so that it begins to feel comfortable with the feeling of having its paws handled before trimming the nails. Offer the cat a treat at the end of the procedure that it only receives only … Read More

Persian Cat Care and Teeth

Starting while the cat is a kitten they should have their teeth brushed. Kittens begin to get their baby or temporary teeth at about 2-3 weeks of age. Their permanent teeth usually begin to come in at about 3 – 4 months of age, and all of their adult teeth should be in by about 8 months of age. Brushing … Read More

Persian Cat Grooming and Bathing

© Pelaqita Persians Grooming a Persian cat is quite different than grooming other cat breeds. Persian cats need grooming on a daily basis, at least as far as combing goes. We use a wide-metal tooth, static free, comb. We do not use a brush; unless it is for “fluffing” the coat of the cat after all mats have been removed. … Read More

PinkPawPal USA Professional Grooming Products

PinkPawPal are professional grooming products imported from Thailand. I became an authorized dealer in the United States of America after trying the products while campaigning one of my cats to a Regional win during the CFA 2017-2018 show season. Check out our new website PinkPawPal-USA to order your cat or dog’s grooming and bathing products.  Made with safe, natural ingredients.  These products … Read More

Trimming Persian Cat Ears

A Persian cat should have round ears – it even says so in the Cat Fancier’s Association Persian Breed Standard. However, not every Persian has round-looking ears without a little grooming. To create the illusion of a round ear you can trim the cat’s ears to appear more rounded. Using your thumb and index finger, hold the cat’s ear between … Read More