Cleanliness of the room where your pet lives, as well as all kinds of cages, feeders, drinkers, aquariums, bedding, trays play an important role in the care of pets. Unpleasant smell prevents people. On the other hand, the dirt is dangerous for your pets. In the litter, all sorts of small insects can appear. A pet can get sick after having eaten from dirty bowls in which harmful bacteria were brought in. In cells with sawdust or hay, dangerous worms …
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With doll-like faces and large eyes, with a gentle disposition and friendly demeanor, Himalayan Persian Cat is a popular cat breed. As with any animal, owning a companion like a Persian cat comes with a number of obligations.
Fighting respiratory infections
The best way to fight your cat with respiratory infections is to keep its nose clean. Checking a cat's nose is very important because short nose of Himalayan Persian Cat gets clogged easily, making it difficult for your cat to breathe. You can use a warm, damp handkerchief to clean it.
Wipe your cat's nose at least once a day, and always wipe it off if it looks like it's clogged.