A Visit to the Nursery: Our 2020 kittens!

Antioch Cattery is pleased
to offer our Turkish Angora kittens to loving indoor homes!

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Please Note: We do not "sell our cats and kittens on the internet". This website is just a point of contact. All sales are done by personal and telephone contact, and we are quite concerned that our kittens go to excellent homes where they will be loved and treated with the utmost respect as fellow living creatures. The internet is just an advertising medium to get the process started - these are my babies!

Last Update: August 25, 2020

Status Key:

  • Adoptable: Ready to go.
  • Available: Ready for reservation.
  • Reserved: Promised to someone.
  • On Hold: Not ready yet.

  • "Surprise! I only have one kitten!"

    Thais and Jamon had been living together and we suspected romance had taken place. It was hard to decide if kittens were on the way, because the pregnancy was not as "big" as usual! The "kittens" were born on August 21. Thais and Jamon have only given us one little kitten! It is a cream and white girl, and she will stay here. Her name is "Nilla" and she has a very rare pedigree, with two branches that have generations "close" to Turkey. She will probably become one of our "Girls page" in future. We have breeding plans for other girls, and when someone has had a romance, it will be posted here when we can confirm pregnancy. If you are interested, or want to contact me in the meanwhile, please email me or use facebook messenger to contact me.
    (Messenger is the quickest way to reach me, I am /kit.goodwin.5)

    We have always given referrals to other breeders who may currently have kittens, so contact Kit directly to hear about them. Photo copyrights by Kit Goodwin. Photos may not be used without written permission.

    If you're interested in us, click
    the mailbox to e-mail our MOM!

    Please be sure to include the following information:
    your phone contact number, your state of
    residence, and whether you want a pet or a show kitty.




    As you view photos of Turkish Angora kittens, remember that the
    Turkish Angora coat is slow to develop. Most Turkish Angora kittens
    appear to be almost short-haired. Their full coat is not usually
    reached until two or even three years of age. Also remember that
    the Turkish Angora cat's coat is low maintenance, compared to other
    long-haired breeds

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    Our Kitten Nursery
    Raising Our Kittens
    Shipping Your Kitten
    Your Kitten's Vaccines
    Spay or Neuter
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