Exotic shorthair kittens are available in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata etc.
This little kitty says take me home
This cat is known as “lazy man’s Persian”, this is called so because it has similar features as that of a Persian cat.
Height: 1.5 feet in length
Coat: Short, dense, and very plush, coming in a variety of patterns like pointed, tabby and tortoiseshell, among others.
Coat color: Solid black or white, golden, silver, smoke, bicolor, and Himalayan
Eye color: Mostly gold, copper, green or blue
Life expectancy: 15 years or longer
Exotitude of Exotic short hair
Exotic Shorthair is a loving, easy-going gentle cat with similar manners to the Persian. Its appealing and adorable appearance exotics will catch your gaze for a long and then hug you while you watch television or when you are relaxing on a couch. When you pick them up. They will chase you all around the house just to remain close to you and then leap in your lap for a nap when you settle down to read a book. They are shorthaired ancestors have given them a love of play and they will jump to catch a toy or sit studying how to get the toy you put out of reach before they were finished playing.
Simple things amuse them whether it is chasing paper balls around the house or watching water drip out of a tap. While seen but rarely heard, the Exotic has a soft voice and has a vocabulary of chirping sounds. Although cute and serene, Exotics still has an intellectual curiosity that makes them a joy to be around and since they are so easygoing they get on well with children and other pets.
Exotic Shorthair Cats: Breed History
The first documented breeding programs involving a short-haired version of Persian cats took place in Britain in the 1950s. Persian cats were crossed mainly with British Shorthairs to produce shorthairs with the Persian build. During the 1960’s similar programs were developed across the Atlantic, by American breeders who crossed Persian cats with American Shorthairs. It was only in 1967 that these cats began to be shown under the name “Exotic Shorthair”, with clubs dedicated to them.