Himalayan Cat Rehoming and Adoption
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Himalayan Cats For Adoption USA and Canada
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All About Himalayan Cats and Kittens
Some 50 years ago, cat fanciers decided to try to create a cat of Himalayan coat and type but with the colour pattern of the Siamese. In North America the resulting cats were called Himalayans, while in Europe they were classified as Colourpoint Long-hairs.
The ideal ‘Himalayan’ cat is identical to all other Himalayan cats in type, the standard being the same except for the colour. The eyes are as deep blue as possible. Recognized point colours include seal (dark bitter chocolate), chocolate (milk chocolate), blue, lilac, red (or flame), cream, tortie, blue-cream, seal lynx (tabby) and blue lynx.
Some registering associations regard the Himalayan as a separate breed. The largest group, the Cat Fanciers Association, decided some years ago to register these cats as Persian-Himalayans, a division of the Persian cat breed. The breed’s gentle, entertaining disposition makes it a popular pet.
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