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Breathing Problem - Persian Brown (Cassette)

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  1. Oct 01,  · Bred to the solid-color Persian, the Himalayan pattern of points, which is recessive, can be made to disappear. This leaves the cat clothed all over in the color of the points, and the result can be a rich, warm, chocolate-brown cat with copper eyes. This color is still quite rare and a .
  2. Feb 20,  · Common Ear Problems in Cats. By Jennifer Coates, DVM. Cats have only a few ways to show us that their ears are bothering them. The most common symptoms of ear problems – scratching and head shaking – can be caused by many different diseases, all .
  3. Both pedigreed cats and mixed-breed cats have varying incidences of health problems that may be genetic in nature. Although they are beautiful and sweet, Persians are prone to a number of potential health problems, most commonly related to their facial structure: Breathing difficulty or noisy breathing caused by constricted nostrils.
  4. Aug 22,  · Breathing Free is complete with line drawings and clear instructions on how to use these simple methods to reestablish normal breathing patterns to prevent and overcome attacks, restore healthy and restful sleep, and reduce the need for medication by up to 60 percent. For the many people who have lived with the struggle of breathing problems Reviews:
  5. Sep 02,  · One consequence of the lack of correct breathing is that it is quite likely that your Persian cat will sooner or later develop a heart problem. This situation is still more likely if the cat suffers from obesity. Less than 10% of Persian cats suffer from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. This heart condition means that the left chamber of the heart muscle is more developed, which can cause the cat .
  6. Jan 20,  · 5. Persian. Persian cats are a calm and gentle medium-sized breed of cat. They don’t tend to be very active or energetic and are usually content to sit quietly. Your Persian cat probably won’t seek out your attention but will appreciate it when they do have it. They have long fur which requires a big time commitment from their owner.
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  8. Persians are prone to a condition called entropion, in which the eyelids and eyelashes turn inward instead of outward, according to VCA Animal Hospitals. Like epiphora, this is also due to the "squashed-in" structure of a Persian's face.
  9. breathing, snoring, panting, exercise intolerance, vomiting, and difficulty eating. An exaggerated movement of the animal's abdomen during respiration is seen commonly in more severely affected animals. The tissues lining the upper respiratory tract also may be damaged or inflamed.

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