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As specimens closer to the later established Persian conformation became the more popular types, attempts were made to differentiate it from the Angora.
UK standards penalize Persians whose nose leather extends above the bottom edge of the eye.
He stated that the Persian differed from the Angora in the tail being longer, hair more full and coarse at the end and head larger, with less pointed ears.
Not all cat fanciers agreed with the distinction of the two types, and in the 1903 work The Book of the Cat, Francis Simpson states that "the distinctions, apparently with hardly any difference, between Angoras and Persians are of so fine a nature that I must be pardoned if I ignore the class of cat commonly called Angora". Persian coats consists of a woolly under coat and a long, hairy outer coat.
The Khorasan cats were grey coated while those from Angora were white. Recent genetic research indicates that present day Persians are related not to cats from the Near East but to cats from Western Europe.
The researchers stated, "Even though the early Persian cat may have in fact originated from Persia (Iran), the modern Persian cat has lost its phylogeographical signature." The first Persian cat was presented at the first organized cat show, in 1871 in the Crystal Palace in London, England, organized by Harrison Weir.
Hereditary polycystic kidney disease is prevalent in the breed, affecting almost half the population in some countries.
The first documented ancestors of the Persian were imported from Khorasan, Iran, into Italy in 1620 by Pietro della Valle, and from Angora (now Ankara), Ottoman Empire (Turkey), into France by Nicholas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc at around the same time.are somewhat recent names for what is essentially the original breed of Persian cat, without the development of extreme features.As many breeders in the United States, Germany, Italy, and other parts of the world started to interpret the Persian standard differently, they developed the flat-nosed "peke-face" or "ultra" type over time, as the result of two genetic mutations, without changing the name of the breed from "Persian".Not all cat fancier groups recognize the Traditional Persian (at all, or as distinct), or give it that specific name.TICA has a very general standard, that does not specify a flattened face.A nose of this type creates an impression of grotesqueness which is not really attractive, and there is always a danger of running eyes." While the looks of the Persian changed, the Persian Breed Council's standard for the Persian had remained basically the same.