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Almost half of all Persians have kidney problems. 

But the most common disease is retinal atrophy. Moreover, 80% of Persian cats are overweight. 

They also can have problems with teeth and various types of dermatitis.

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  1. This is so wrong. Persians do not overeat. PKD (kidney disease) has all but been eradicated as there is a DNA test for breeders now.

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