Silver Persian Kittens
Silver Persian Kittens come in two basic patterns – shaded and chinchilla. Chinchilla silver Persian kittens flaunt beautiful coats that appear to sparkle. This is due to a dominant gene inhibiting the production of color at the base of the hair shaft leaving a faint silver color at the tip. Chinchilla silvers are often born dark, but lighten with age. Upon reaching full maturity, chinchilla silvers can appear to be white. Chinchilla silver Persian kittens have emerald green eyes with eye, nose, and lip liner. This particular color is very popular due to the Fancy Feast commercials where the star is a chinchilla silver Persian.
Shaded silver Persian kittens are not much different than chinchilla Silver Persian kittens having the same light hair base but with more of the shaft containing color. This makes the shaded silver appear darker. Shaded silver Persian kittens also have green eyes with eye, nose, and lip liner. It’s important to remember that both shaded and chinchilla are not colors – these are patterns. The chinchilla pattern can come in other colors including cream and gold. Both chinchilla silver Persian kittens and shaded silver Persian kittens require daily grooming including combing, brushing, and eye cleaning. In order to keep a healthy coat, feed kittens quality food.
Because this particular shade and color combination is in high demand, the price of silver Persian kittens fall into a more expensive range along with with white Persians. Of course, a healthy kitten will usually cost more than an unhealthy kitten. Buy silver Persian kittens from a breeder who provides a health certificate and health guarantee. If you’re looking for the tiniest of the teacups, your best best is to consider teacup silver Persian kittens as standard size doll face silver Persian kittens are inherently small to begin with thus making silver teacups extra small.