Kucing Persia


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Kucing Persia
Kucing Persia, also known as Persian cats, is a breed of long-haired cats with a luxurious coat, flat face, and large eyes. Originating from Persia (now Iran), these cats are believed to have descended from a breed of cats called the Angora. Persian cats have been around since the 1600s and have become increasingly popular in both Europe and North America. Persian cats are known for their soft, gentle personalities and their friendly nature. They are very calm and love to cuddle, often purring when they are happy. Persian cats are moderately active and love to lounge around in a sunny spot or curl up in a warm lap. Persian cats come in a variety of colors, including white, blue, black, red, and cream. They can also have tabby or calico markings. Persian cats usually weigh between 7-14 pounds and can live an average of 14-17 years. A fun fact about Persian cats is that they are the most popular registered cat breed in the United States, according to the Cat Fanciers’ Association.