Dazzling's Captain Black Jack ("Jack"). CFA Registered Black Exotic Shorthair. Jack was born on
JazMaTaz Persians & Exotics ("Tiffany"). Tiffany was born on June 1, 2022. Tiffany is a kitten from Gemma. She is such a goregous, unique colored girl that we could not let her go. Love her markings and bright colors.
Our Gorgeous Exotic Kings:
Exotics, also known as the "Lazy Man's Persian", is the perfect kitty companion for busy people who like the look of a Persian but don’t have time for the daily grooming demands. Exotic Shorthairs were created about 60 years ago by breeding a Persian to an American Shorthair to give them a thick, dense, plush, short-coat that requires less grooming as it tends to not tangle or mat. The Exotic Longhair's coat will tangle and requires regular grooming, like a Persian's, to keep their beautiful coat tangle free. Extreme faced Exotics may require daily wiping of their eyes to keep their fur stain free.
Exotics are known to be gentle with an undemanding personality. They are quiet, sweet, loyal companions whose soft voices are seldom heard. They are easy going and can be extremely affectionate and are just as playful and fun loving as their Persian cousins. Exotics stay playful as adults and bring pleasure for many years. With their adorable teddy bear-like appearance, it is no wonder Exotics are currently the 2nd most popular breed in the world but are quickly gaining on the 1st place Persian.
Our beautiful Exotic Shorthair Queens:
Dazzling's Once Upon a Tatiana ("Anna") - CFA Registered Silver Patched Tabby and White Persian. Anna was born on May 17, 2019. Anna is quite the talker and makes sure we are never late on feeding time.
Dazzling's Wicked Curse of Regina ("Gina") - CFA registered Exotic Shorthair Bicolored Himalayan. Gina was born August 4, 2019. Gina has one of the best personalities. So sweet and loving, talkative, sticks close to her human companions, gives lots of kisses and snuggles. We are so proud to have had the pleasure of adding Gina to our cattery.
Precious Purrls Persians ("Raven"). Raven was born on August 9, 2022, and we are super excited that she will be joining our breeding program late 2024 or early 2024.
Precious Purrls Persians Kiba's Protection ("Kiba") - CFA registered Exotic Longhair Blue Lynx Point Himalayan. Sweet Kiba is sporting his new lion cut for the summer. Kiba is the most gentle, calmest kitty I have ever seen. His purr motor never runs out of fuel. We adore this loving boy!
Our beautiful Persian Queens: We are currently looking for a Persian female kitten to join our program as a future Queen.
Our gorgeous Himalayan Queens: We are currently searching for two Himalayan females.
Persians are currently the most popular breed in the world and are highly sought after due to their intelligence, sweet temperament, gentle and playful personalities. They are considered the "oldest breed" in the cat world and are often referred to as "Noble" due to their laid back personalities. They are very loyal to their families and close family friends that they trust but prefer to be adored from a distance by strangers. Persians do very well in a single-pet or multi-pet family but are not confrontational so will not defend themselves should there be an aggressive pet in the household. For that reason, Persians should be kept strictly indoors. Persians require regular grooming to keep their beautiful coat tangle free. Extreme faced Persians may require daily wiping of their eyes to keep their fur stain free.
Forest Nymphs Gem "Gemma" - CFA registered Calico and White Exotic Shorthair. Gemma was born June 22, 2021, and will be begin breeding mid 2022. Gemma is very inquisitive and needs to be with you. She carries toys with her so she can entertain herself where she may be. Fun little lady!
Himalayans ("Himmies"), also known as a Color Point Persian, are highly sought after for their gorgeous markings, beautiful blue eyes, sweet temperament, and playful personalities. They are very loyal to their families and especially love children. Himalayans do very well in a single-pet or multi-pet family but are not confrontational so will not defend themselves should there be an aggressive pet in the household. For that reason, Himalayans should be kept strictly indoors. Himalayans require regular grooming to keep their beautiful coat tangle free. Extreme faced Persians may require daily wiping of their eyes to keep their fur stain free.