Turkish Angora

Real Life
Standards:
History:
The Turkish Angora is a natural breed that originated in Turkey.  They were the first documented longhaired cat (hence the name "angora").  Travelers introduced these cats to Europe in the 16th century.  The breed nearly went extinct but was repopulated thanks to the efforts of zoos.  Turkish Angoras came to the United States in 1962.
Description:
The most traditional color is white, but Turkish Angoras come in many colors and markings.  They are an elegant breed with a single coat that doesn't mat.  They are affectionate, intelligent, and playful cats.  Some of them have a fondness of water similar to the Turkish Van.

Petz
Base:
Tabby
Offset:
0905
Variations:
~10 color variations
~many marking variations
~3 body lengths
~2 ruff variations
~5 eye colors & odd-eyes
Fur Files:
None
Considerations:
Blue or odd eyes on non-white/bicolor cats not PKC registerable.
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