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White Kittens - Information on Cute, Black and White, Grey and Pure Persian White Kittens

Cats are one of the most common household pets all over the world and are highly regarded for their playfulness as well as their great companionship.

Cats are very independent animals that will usually develop their own habits and do not take any human interference too kindly. However, this is not to say that they cannot be trained.

One of the biggest misconceptions that people have is that cats cannot be trained. The fact is that a cat can be trained while it is still a kitten.

When it has been allowed to mature in its own habits, training the cat can be significantly harder. There are also a number of different varieties of cats – differentiated by their type, size, coat colors and habits. As a result, one can always choose the kind of cat that fits perfectly into what you are looking for. While there are a number of white kittens, there are also a number of mixed colors such as in the case of a black and white kitten or a grey and white kitten that may be more of a mixture or different cat breeds.

Persian White Kitten

White kittens are highly regarded for their aesthetic appearance in addition to the fact that they make adorable pets. The most noticeable aspect of a Persian white kitten is the long coat of hair. However, their best quality is also the hardest to maintain, with the cat owner needing to take some special care in order to maintain the coat of the cats hair.  Fortunately for the owners, cats generally have a natural tendency to make sure that they are clean – so the cats will generally help out by self grooming themselves to a substantial level.

Another aspect that Persian white kitten owners will need to take care of is health concerns of the animal. Unlike most other cats, this variety of cats are known to be susceptible to certain medical conditions that are not uncommon when a cat ventures outdoors. White Persian kittens are also known to be rather susceptible to eye problems, with a lot of matter accumulating around the eyes from time to time, requiring constant cleaning as well as a regular visit to the vet in order to make sure that the animals eyesight is fine.

  Submitted on January 31, 2012