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.
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