What is the average life span of a Persian cat?


The average lifespan of a Persian cat is 15 years and above according to most vets. Persian cats have a sweet temperament and are usually laid back and generally live well with kids. A Persian cat can have a litter size of 1 to 14 kittens, which is an average size of 3 to 5 kittens per birth.
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