White Persian Kittens
White Persian Kittens are in high demand these days. With their adorable white fluffy coats and sweet angelic faces, one can certainly understand why. White Persian Kittens come in four different eye colors – blue eyes, green eyes , copper eyes, and odd eyes. All kittens, no matter the coat color, are actually born with blue eyes. Eye color begins to change at or around 4 weeks of age. At this point, a breeder can begin to determine eye color on a litter of White Persian Kittens. If a white kitten will have odd eyes, one eye will turn blue while the other turns green or copper. White Persian Kittens with blue eyes are the most popular. Caring for a White Persian Kitten involves daily grooming of the coat and face. Eyes may need cleaning with a warm damp wash cloth. It is important to use a comb made specifically for cats as their skin is extremely sensitive. Be gentle and kind during the grooming process as this will make it more pleasant on both you and your White Persian Kitten. Grooming can be a great bonding time for you and your kitten. White Persian Kittens require no extra grooming because of their coat color. When shopping for a kitten, buy from a breeder that sells with a state approved, vet signed health certificate. Kittens should be blood and stool tested negative for feline diseases. Kittens should also come with a health guarantee. Protect yourself from online scams by purchasing from breeders who are accredited with the Better Business Bureau.