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Himalayan Cat

Lifespan
12 – 15 years
Origin
Iran, USA, Thailand
Other Names
Length
18 to 22 inches (45 to 56 cm)
Coat Colors
The Himalayan cat breed is known for its striking coat color pattern, which features color points on the ears, face, paws, and tail. The body is generally a lighter color compared to the darker points. The color points can come in a variety of colors, including seal, blue, chocolate, lilac, red, cream, and more.
Weight
Males 9 to 14 pounds (4 to 6.3 kg) and females 7 to 11 pounds (3.2 to 5 kg)

About the Breed

Himalayan cats combine the best traits of both Persian and Siamese breeds. They have the Persian’s luxurious long coat and gentle temperament, and the Siamese’s striking color points and expressive blue eyes. Himalayans are known for their affectionate and sweet nature, making them wonderful companions and lap cats.

They are calm, laid-back, and generally not as vocal as Siamese cats, but they can still be quite expressive with their eyes and body language. Himalayans are social cats that enjoy being around their human family members and can be good with children and other pets if properly introduced.

Due to their long fur, Himalayan cats do require regular grooming to prevent matting and tangles and to keep their coat looking their best.

Some of the common diseases and Homeopathic Solution:

Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD):

PKD is a hereditary condition that can affect Himalayans, leading to the formation of fluid-filled cysts in the kidneys, potentially causing kidney failure.

Suggested Solution: for kidney-associated problems Cretigo drops for maintaining kidney health along with regular blood checks and fluid therapy to manage this condition properly.

Respiratory Issues:

Like other brachycephalic breeds, the Himalayas may be more prone to respiratory problems, such as upper respiratory infections.

Suggested Solution: Wheezgo drops and me and my cough and cold granules to treat Cough and flu-related symptoms such as cough, cold, headache, sneezing with a running nose, inflammation of the mucous membrane, pain in the chest, and bronchitis with or without rattling sound.

Dental Problem:

Their facial structure, including misaligned teeth, can lead to dental issues. Regular dental care is crucial.

Suggested Solution: For dental-related problems give your cat Me & My Orals and maintain their oral health.

Eye Condition:

Persians are prone to eye problems such as cherry eye, entropion, and tear staining. Regular eye cleaning is important.

Suggested Solution: For any eye inflammation give your cat INFLASULE and protect them from all eye problems.

Skin and Coat Issues:

Long coats require regular grooming to prevent matting and skin problems. Allergies and infections can occur without proper care.

Suggested Solution: For Skin and Coat problems provide them DERMISULE and ME & MY Skin and Coat for any Skin-related problem.

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