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Turkish Van

Turkish Van Cat Breed

src:wikipedia. Male red tabby and white Turkish Van cat

According to owner and pet author Dusty Rainbolt, Turkish Vans are a delight to own.

Loyal and intelligent, the Turkish Van will engage you in a lively game of fetch, then take a swim in the pool with you to cool off.

According to Dusty, her home is always hopping, as her cats take her on one adventure to the next without her ever having to leave her home. Notorious for knocking items off the shelves, they can figure out how to get into the cabinet or closet and then resort to cat mischief.

Turkish Vans love running water so if you own one, you might have feline company next time you take a shower or bath.

Mary Anne Miller is a free lance writer, website content provider and member of The Cat Writers’ Association.

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  3. Javanese
  4. Japanese Bobtail
  5. Somali
  6. Abyssinian
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