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The cat Himalayan it was born from a cross between a Persian and a Siamese, and its physical appearance reflects this: it is in fact characterized by a series of traits usually associated with Persians and made even more unique by the colorpoint pattern of the hair, typical of the Siamese. But who did he get his from personality? You will find out in this article.
Although some of his expressions may seem a bit grumpy, the character of the Himalayan is concrete proof that cats have nothing to envy to dogs in terms of f loyalty, affection and attachment to their humans: they are one of the friendliest and most docile breeds in the world, making them an excellent companion animal.
His docile, relaxed nature and a lover of pampering and attention certainly derives from the Persian; whether it is sitting on your lap or playing with other animals or children (as long as you can interact with him in the right way) he will be happy to receive affection and to give it in turn. This aspect makes it an ideal pet for families, although it tends to develop a solid bond of friendship with a particular person.
This is a decidedly cat indoor who does little physical activity and loves the peace and safety of his daily routine: it is therefore not suitable for those who receive strangers very frequently or for those who love to travel constantly.
Being a lot quiet and routine even in his affections, he will try to escape particularly noisy situations and the sight of people he does not know; he also hates being chased around the house, so don't do it as he tends to get very stressed.
If at this point you are wondering which character sides he inherited from the much more lively Siamese, you can rest assured: the vocality active is not one of them. The Himalayan knows how to get your attention and does not need to meow loudly to do so.
Probably the traits most associated with the Siamese are curiosity and intelligence which he is gifted with, and which sometimes push him to venture where he shouldn't (although he is not one of those cat breeds that like to be high up) and to show himself particularly lively and playful on some occasions; however, these are short episodes in which their more "Persian" side prevails.
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