ANTIOCH TURKISH ANGORAS|
... Offers Retiring Show Cats
And Rescued Adults For Adoption!
POSITION WANTED: Former Turkish Angora show cats and various rescued cats seek warm laps,
warm hearts, and warm hearths, for lazy retirement!!
Please Note: We do not "sell our cats and kittens on the internet". 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!
Below are a few photos of former show cats and rescues that are available for adoption. These cats are living underfoot (un-caged) with our family. If you do not find the cat you are looking for, we have others that we have not had time to list, so please contact
KIT to discuss adopting a retiring show cat!
RETIRED: Savannah is a lovely blue-cream spayed Turkish Angora. She is sweet and friendly, once she warms up to new people and situations. Savannah loves to play with feathers on a stick or a string. She has a high activity level when at play, but then settles down for a quiet afternoon nap. Savannah is up to date on her vaccinations, FELV/FIV negative, and was born 6-25-2004.
If you would like to adopt Savannah, please contact
RETIRED FROM BREEDING: Pamuk Demirbilek is our special import girl. From time to time, when we are able, Antioch will import a cat from Turkey, to stay in touch with the best of the origins of Turkish Angora beauty and health. Pamuk travelled to our cattery from Turkey with her ex-pat owner, who was unable to take her with him when he moved to England. Pamuk is also one of the stars of the Animal Planet "Cats 101" production, Episode 2, The Turkish Angora segment. If you watch this episode, Pamuk appears as the narrator discusses eye colors, just as he says, "...and sometimes more than one color on a single cat." In the accompanying video, she is sitting on a lap, demonstrating one gold eye and one blue eye. Pamuk is not recommended with young children, and is opinionated about being picked up, but she loves to seek attention on her own terms, and is friendly and affectionate. Pamuk will do best in a home where she is the only cat, but may be able to live with one or two housemates. Pamuk is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, FELV/FIV negative, and was born 12-27-2005.If you would like to adopt Pamuk, please contact
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Updates of rescue cats are continuous.
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