In 1950, this Persian cat was used as an outcross secretly by some American Shorthair breeders. In 1966 the CFA to recognize them as a new breed under the name Exotic Shorthair.
some Exotics may carry a copy of the recessive longhair gene, it is possible when two such cats mate, there is a one in four chance of each offspring being longhaired. If customers can see this cat they can say that it looks like a Persian but it has short hair. today’s busy lifestyles the cat has become a popular pet. The popularity of the Persian has been evident for many years and these Cats are best kept indoors and do well in an apartment or a house. The largest class in shows and boasts the largest number of cats registered each year in CFA and The Persian represents the largest class in shows and boasts.
Persian cat required daily grooming to maintain their beautiful coat. If any person who can like the look of a Persian but do not have a time for the daily grooming demands they can buy Exotics cat it is best-kept secret of the cat fancy. The coat of these cat is unique to the breed and gives them a soft, rounded, teddy bear look and the coat has a thick, dense, plush, short coat. The Exotic is an ideal breed that produces a quiet, peaceful, sweet and loyal companion. These type of cat will jump in owners lap to curl up for a nap or push their wet nose right into owners face and Some of cat like to sit on owner shoulder and hug owner when owner-pet them.
This cats are like to sleep some cooler places like the bricks on the hearth or the tiled floor and this cat is very comfortable to have in house. They are just as playful and fun loving compare to other breeds.