The Persian has a particular appearance: a substantial, round head; expansive, round eyes; a short nose; full cheeks; and little ears with adjusted tips. The head is upheld by a short, thick neck and a misleadingly durable, solid body—a sort known as "cobby." A Persian's legs are short, thick and solid with vast, round, firm paws. The tail is short however relative to the length of the feline's body.
A long, thick, sparkling coat with a fine surface finishes the Persian's look. It's long everywhere throughout the body and incorporates a monstrous ruff around the neck, a profound lace between the front legs, long ear and toe tufts, and a full "brush," or tail.
Persians can come in various "looks." Some, known as Peke-confront Persians, have a to a great degree level face. Mull over the breathing issues such a feline may have before choosing to get one. "Doll-confront" Persians are said to have a more out-dated appearance, with a face that isn't as level as the show Persian or the Peke-confront Persian.
Persians of all stripes emerge for their boundless assortment of coat hues and examples. Envision, maybe, seven strong shading divisions—white, blue, dark, red, cream, chocolate and lilac—in addition to silver and brilliant division shades of chinchilla and shaded silver or brilliant and blue chinchilla and blue shaded silver or brilliant; and after that there are the shaded, smoke, dark-striped cat, calico, particolor and bicolor divisions. That is not including the different pointed examples of the Himalayan. Eye shading is identified with coat shading. For example, white Persians have dark blue or splendid copper eyes; other strong hued Persians have splendid copper eyes; silver and brilliant Persians have green or blue-green eyes; et cetera.