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7 Facts About Turkish Van Cats

7 Facts About Turkish Van Cats

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The Van cat. So cute and unique!! If I ever get a get, this will probably be it :) It is large, all-white, and frequently odd eyed. The naturally occurring Van cat type is the basis of the Turkish Van breed, internationally selectively bred with a more recently developed ruddy colouring pattern on the white.

The Van cat. So cute and unique!! If I ever get a get, this will probably be it :) It is large, all-white, and frequently odd eyed. The naturally occurring Van cat type is the basis of the Turkish Van breed, internationally selectively bred with a more recently developed ruddy colouring pattern on the white.

And There You'll Always Be by ibjennyjenny.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

And There You'll Always Be by ibjennyjenny.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

* * WHITE & ORANGE CAT: "Okey, if yer gonna be dat way; me be gonna walk to de end of dis post ands jump." -------------------------------[WHITE & BLACK CAT: " Be meez guest, itz onlys a foot down to de ground."

* * WHITE & ORANGE CAT: "Okey, if yer gonna be dat way; me be gonna walk to de end of dis post ands jump." -------------------------------[WHITE & BLACK CAT: " Be meez guest, itz onlys a foot down to de ground."

The Turkish Van Cat:  The Turkish Van cat is a large muscular cat with a classic swimmers body - broad shouldered, long in the waist, narrow hips. Why would a cat need a swimmers body? Well these cats like to swim! So much, in fact, that they are named for Lake Van, in the region of Turkey where they originated. - See more at: http://www.cat-breeds-encyclopedia.com

The Turkish Van Cat: The Turkish Van cat is a large muscular cat with a classic swimmers body - broad shouldered, long in the waist, narrow hips. Why would a cat need a swimmers body? Well these cats like to swim! So much, in fact, that they are named for Lake Van, in the region of Turkey where they originated. - See more at: http://www.cat-breeds-encyclopedia.com

Sivota (Epirus), Greece | Photographer: Adela Hriscu.  OK I'm biased because my Lily is a Turkish Van mix, but I think this is one of the most beautiful cats I've ever seen.

Sivota (Epirus), Greece | Photographer: Adela Hriscu. OK I'm biased because my Lily is a Turkish Van mix, but I think this is one of the most beautiful cats I've ever seen.

Fox the Turkish Van thinks he's a stuffed animal

Fox the Turkish Van thinks he's a stuffed animal

This is what happens when cats and dogs spend too much time together.

I don't have the heart to tell him he's not a dog.

This is what happens when cats and dogs spend too much time together.

Turkish Ankara Angora Odd-Eyed Cat. More than 20 varieties including white, black, blue, tabby, tabby-white, and reddish fur. Eyes may be blue, green, or amber, or one blue and one amber or green eye.

Turkish Ankara Angora Odd-Eyed Cat. More than 20 varieties including white, black, blue, tabby, tabby-white, and reddish fur. Eyes may be blue, green, or amber, or one blue and one amber or green eye.