As much as they say the Exotic's coat is short, its coat is actually a little longer than most shorthaired cats. The texture is dense and soft, reminiscent of a teddy bear. All patterns and colors are accepted. Its coat is easier to maintain than that of the Persian, which is long and fine.
The Exotic Shorthair requires some care and attention from its human parents. It is a brachiocephalic cat that can be more sensitive to high temperatures. He needs to live in air-conditioned environments to keep his temperature stable, he should not be transported for long distances because of stress and also in tight and hot places, as there is a risk of respiratory changes. Due to the conformation of its face, the Exotic tends to water, being important to clean around the eyes so as not to accumulate secretions and dirt. It is important to consult a veterinarian to indicate the best product for the eye area. Its coat is easy to maintain and it is recommended that it be brushed once a week. Keep an eye on your kitten's teeth and brush them regularly to prevent periodontal disease. Offer good food and fresh water. Take your Exotic to the veterinarian for consultations and vaccines.