Himalayan Cat

Series of elevation drawings of Himalayan Cats in various resting postures

Also known as the Colourpoint or Himalayan Persian, the Himalayan cat is a cross between a Persian and a Siamese. The Himalayan cat tends to have a rounder body, shorter legs, and mostly white or cream fur. Kinds of Himayalan cats can be differentiated by coat: blue point, lilac point, seal point, chocolate point, red point, and cream point. In terms of its head, it will either have a doll face or squashed-looking face (known as peke-faced). Typically holding a sweet disposition, the Himalayan cat enjoys being coddled and played with but can become agitated or moody.

Size comparison illustration comparing the size of a typical Himalayan Cat to a person

The typical Himalayan Cat has an overall height of 10.0”-12.0” (25-30 cm) and body length of 17.0”-19.0” (43-48 cm). An average Himalayan weighs between 7-12 lb (3-5 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 9-15 years.


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10.0”-12.0” | 25-30 cm
17.0”-19.0” | 43-48 cm
7-12 lb | 3-5 kg
9-15 years


Drawings include:
Himalayan Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), side (lying down)

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Cats (Felis catus), often referring to as domestic or house cats, are small carnivorous mammals that are typically domesticated as pets by humans. First kept for the task of hunting mice, cats today remain popular pets because of their companionship. Cat breeds vary by origin, size, and coat types.