Originally Posted by Persi & Alley
Is that your final answer?
Alley put me up to this whole thing! She says that Persi is immature and she claims this is his problem. Actually this morning when I was looking for a question and found this, I became even madder than I was yesterday when I told somebody that Persi was sold to me at age of 7 weeks. Then I found out that most kittens should wait until 12 weeks. And NOW I found this. I guess I am lucky that Persi turned out to be such a good cat.
Yes, Himalayan is the correct answer. Here is the article:While most kittens are ready to leave their mom at twelve-weeks, most Himalayans are not fully mature enough to leave mom until they reach sixteen-weeks of age. They do not appear to mature socially and emotionally as fast as their shorthaired and other purebred counterparts, but their sexual maturity develops at a normal pace.
This was found under Cat Breeds, Himalayans. This one took some digging but after the four minute answer yesterday I thought it was appropriate. CONGRATULATIONS, you are the KatKwiz Whiz
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