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The Turkish Angora’s temperament is a mix of playful and intelligent, combined with an affectionate and sociable nature.

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Introducing Zeki, the 10-week-old Turkish Angora who's as stunning as a model and as mischievous as a ninja! This little furball was born on 29/10/2023 and is on a mission to find his furever home, preferably one with humans who love to play hide-and-seek and give the best belly rubs in town. Zeki's talents include pouncing on toys, stealing hearts, and looking ridiculously adorable while doing it. So, if you're ready for a lifetime of laughter, cuddles, and the occasional surprise attack from this fluffy little rascal, Zeki is eagerly waiting to be part of your family! Selling with regret due to allergies. Zeki is: 💉 Vaccinated 🐛 Dewormed 🩺 Vet checked 🚮 Litter- trained Price is included with additional items like litter box, litter trapping mat, breathable transport carrier bag, sleeping bed, blanket, grooming kit, some food and litter crystals, litter deodorisers, kitten collar, cat toys, shampoo-conditioner etc. Only message if you're genuine and serious, please! *PRICE NEGOTIABLE *

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1yr old solid black ragdoll/Turkish angora / Maine

This is lucifer ...!! I call him Luci for short after the tv show ...he's a solid black desexed male mother was a Maine X ...father was a pure white Turkish angora X ragdoll he's at a year old as big ..and.he's definately chubbier than his dad ..!! Who was a 5 kilo cat at the time have kept his sisters as breeding girls so have to rehome him as all my queen's are either his mum.. full sisters or half sisters... so i cannot use him as a stud boy ..he would be suited I think to be the only cat in a home ...as even tho he's in with my cattery ...the girls have picked on him a bit since they have had their kittens ..so I'm selling him at a  price that anyone that wants a cat can afford... he's on grain free dry ..and pet mince beautiful thing he is just needs a loving home... very affectionate cat ..not sure how big he's going to get tho... ?!but the  Maine coon in him is not the dominant gene ..as he looks very much like a turkish angora ...my name is Tanya if your interested in this boy or want any info on any kittens I have available please don't hesitate to call me as I love 💘😘 talking about my furbabies  0431 202 209

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The Ultimate Turkish Angora Guide

About Turkish Angora

The Turkish Angora, renowned for its elegant beauty, exceptional intelligence, and playful nature, holds an esteemed place among cat aficionados.

Lifespan

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12 to 18 years

Weight

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2.5 to 4.5 kg

Height

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20 to 25 cm

Grooming

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The Turkish Angora’s coat requires only moderate grooming each week.

Origins

The Turkish Angora is one of the oldest cat breeds, with its origins dating back to the 15th century in the Ankara region of Turkey, formerly known as Angora. They were often seen in the courtyards of mosques and were regarded as a symbol of purity and wealth. It is believed that the breed made its way to Europe in the late 16th century and gained popularity in France and Britain by the 17th century.

However, the breed almost became extinct by the 20th century due to extensive crossbreeding. The Ankara Zoo in Turkey made significant efforts to preserve the breed by launching a controlled breeding program.

Key Characteristics Of Turkish Angoras

Are Turkish Angoras Family-Friendly?

Yes. Turkish Angoras make excellent family pets due to their sociable and affectionate nature. They are suitable for families with children as they are energetic, playful, and can form strong bonds.

Common Health Issues & Considerations

Turkish Angoras may suffer from:

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Ataxia

Deafness

Nature / Temperament

Energetic, Affectionate, Agile, Intelligent, and Sociable

Suitable Environment

In terms of living environment, these cats adapt well to different types of homes, including apartments, provided they have sufficient space to roam and play.

Other Considerations

● Turkish Angoras are also known for their love of water, which is quite uncommon for cats.

● Despite their delicate and elegant appearance, they are quite adept at hunting, showing their prowess if given the opportunity.

● They enjoy being the centre of attention and are very comfortable in social gatherings.

How can I take good care of my Turkish Angora?

Nutrition

A balanced diet is essential for the Turkish Angora’s health. High-quality commercial cat food, rich in protein, can provide necessary nutrients. However, it’s essential to monitor portion sizes to prevent obesity. Fresh water should always be available.

Grooming

Despite their long hair, Turkish Angoras have a single coat that doesn’t mat easily. Weekly brushing should suffice to keep their fur silky and free from loose hair. Regular dental hygiene, nail trimming, and ear checks are also essential grooming practices.

Exercise

Regular playtime should be a part of a Turkish Angora’s routine. Toys that mimic prey, such as feather wands or mouse toys, can provide both mental and physical stimulation. Puzzle toys can also keep them engaged and help prevent obesity.

Training

Turkish Angoras, with their intelligent and engaging nature, can be trained to perform tricks, and even to walk on a leash. Using positive reinforcement techniques such as praise, petting, and treats can make training sessions enjoyable and effective.

This is general information and should not be relied on for adopting or purchasing advice.

Most Asked Turkish Angora Questions

No cat breed is completely hypoallergenic, and that includes the Turkish Angora. However, some individuals might find their allergies less triggered by this breed.

While they are independent cats, their affectionate and sociable nature means they do not enjoy being left alone for extended periods.

Finding a reputable Turkish Angora breeder is the key to getting a healthy, well-behaved Turkish Angora kitten. Turkish Angora kittens for sale from ethical breeders have a much better chance of growing into calm, gentle adult cats. The average cost of an Turkish Angora for sale is usually around AUD $800 to $1500.

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