Cat Breed of the Day: Turkish Angora

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From PetfinderTurkish Angora fanciers are as attached to their cats as their cats are to them. Angoras seem to invoke strong responses in their humans with their symmetry, intelligence, and devotion to their humans. Angoras bond with their families completely; an Angora is not happy unless he is right in the middle of whatever you’re doing. They enjoy a good conversation and can keep up their end of the discussion with the best of them. Angoras are good-natured, but determined. Once an Angora gets an idea into his head, you might as well just give in and spare yourself the lengthy argument. Angoras have a great need to play and enjoy playing a good-natured joke on their favorite humans every now and then.

How playful is your Turkish Angora?  We’d like to see any pictures you might have of your feline.   Do they depend on you?  Do they respond when you talk to them?  Have you ever had a solid discussion with them?  If you have any pictures, stories or videos of your Turkish Angora please send them in.  In the meantime please enjoy this gallery of Turkish Angora cats and kittens.  Be sure to click “next beneath each picture to view them all!

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