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With their doll-like faces and large eyes, gentle disposition and amiable personalities, Persian cats are a popular breed to own. Like with all pets, having a Persian cat as a companion comes with its own set of responsibilities. From coat care to health issues, there are many things to consider when caring for a Persian cat.

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