Himalayan Persian Cats, Here’s How to Tell The Difference!

Himalayan Persian Cat

Himalayan Cat (Himmie),is a type/breed of longhair cats that are similar to Persian cats. The only difference is that the Himalayan Cat’s eyes are blue and sometimes turn red depending on the light and emotional level of the surrounding area.

One of the other characteristics is the color of the point which is widely thought to be the result of a derivative of the mixture of Persian cats with siamese cats. Cats with point color patterns are thought to have existed hundreds of years on earth. The Persian breed was only known to be common in Europe around the 1950s.

Now this Himalayan Persian Cat is one of the most popular cat breeds on earth. This cat has many fans and some of them do like the unique color of the fur and eye color of this himalayan cat that distinguishes it from the breed of Persian cats generally. The Himalayan name itself is thought to be given to persian cats with this point color because it has similar color variations to animals that exist or originate in the Himalayan region, such as himalayan rabbits for example. Meanwhile, this cat was included in a separate class and separated from the other Persian cat breeds, but he remained in the group with the Persian Breed and exotic cat breeds into the standard Persian Cat in general.

While Cat Fancier’s Association has its own view that the Himalayas are just a color variation of the common Persian Cat Breed rather than having to be a class of its own, although at the time of the contest or performance of persian cats, this himalayan competes in its own color division compared to other persian cats.

Common Characteristics of Himalayan Persian Cat Body Anatomy:

Persian Himalayan Cat Red Poimt
Persian Himalayan Red Poimt

It has a Cobby/round bantet body shape, with short legs that make most of these Himalayan persian cats difficult to jump high (although some have a body shape that tends to siamese cats and has high jumping ability), Himalayan cat face shape as well as Persian, divided into two traditional/faced Doll Himalayan (medium if by indonesian) and Pekefaced / Peaknose Himalayan.

Read More : How to Know the Difference between Persian Cats And Angora Cats

Himalayan Paint Color Type :

1. Blue Point: The color of the cat’s fur that has a blue/gray color around the ears, legs, tail or on the front part of the face / face mask.

2. Lilac Point: The color of cat fur that has a similar color pattern to himalaya blue point but with a brighter brightness of white color and blue/gray color is more faded /diluted than blue point.

3. Seal Point: The color of the cat’s fur that has a dark brown pattern around the ears, legs, tail or part of the front face / face mask.

4. Chocolate Point: Similar to Seal point but has a white color on the body that is lighter and brown color on the fur that is younger than seal point. the distinguishing point on seal point is on the sole of the foot, if the color of the sole of the foot is young red /pink then it is inserted as a chocopoint while sealpoint has a darker palm color/tends to be brown-black.

5. Red /Flame Point: The color of the cat’s fur that has a red/red/orange color around the ears, legs, tail or part of its face.

6. Cream Point: Similar to flame / red point then this cream point is also a color pattern point that has a slightly reddish feather pattern with a white color on the body that is brighter, cleaner and brighter. The difference with red point is that this cream point has a red/orange color that is as easy as cream.

Copyright © 2022 LO inc. Media Supported By MASEL Corp

To Top