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Peanut Butter Jelly Time - 2010-12-05
These cats are adorable!

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Meena Fech - 2010-11-29
The folded ears is actually because of a cartilage defect. The kittens are born with straight ears, and in a few days, some of the kittens' ears are gonna fold, so not all Scottish Folds have folded ears. DO NOT BREED A SCOTTISH FOLD WITH FOLDED EARS TO ANOTHER WITH FOLDED EARS. Their kittens are gonna have skeletal deformaties. (I learned this in Cats 101).

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M - 2010-11-29
These look really cool!

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Meena Fech - 2010-11-29
My dad, when he was a kid, had a siamese called Mittens. One day, he got a concussion, so he had to go home. Overnight, Mittens came over and wrapped herself around his head, protecting him. After that, he started calling her Nurse Mittens.

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Animal-World info on Turkish Angora Cats
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TORI CASELLA - 2010-10-07
I lost two beloved cats a year and a half ago....I went on Petfinder.com and I found a cat 2 hours away from my house at the Concord, NH animal shelter. He is an Angora! White with blue eyes...a slight bit of grey on his head...he is not deaf...and he is the sweetest cat I have ever had. He acts like a person at times! I absolutely LOVE him! Who would have given him away?

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danielle - 2010-08-10
I have one van she love treats and to play. But she does not like water. We have a boy friend named thunder.

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Lisa - 2010-04-14
I just got a 5-yr-old Female, Black, Turkish Angora cat. Right now she is on a sleep all day, play all night schedule. Is there any way I can retrain her to interact and play with us during the day and sleep at night? Thanks, Lisa.

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  • Liz O\'Reilly - 2010-07-27
    I just read your note, hope I can help. Our cat was the same. I don't know if you are an at home all day person like me, but if you are, all you have to do is entertain him...Keep him awake! I take him outside with me, let him hunt for an hour or so while doing yard work, then an hour os so before bed, get out the toys and especially the laser. I make sure he chases it at least thirty minutes or more, without fail. Next thing we know, he finds himself conked out behind the t.v. for the rest of the night. Just keep him engaged, just like a newborn...Before you know it, he and you will sleep through the night.
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Frank Chavez - 2010-07-21
My new pet kittie I hope it doesn't eat my pet Chupacabra! I am seriously considering this at some point when good 4 the animal and it makes positive difference!

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alena machen - 2010-07-10
I believe I am one of the luckiest ppl in the world. O ne day,driving through my small town home of algood, TN there were gorgeous newborn kittens in the road. One was already hit but still hanging on, he was transported to the vet. We picked one up and took him home. It wasn't until about a year later we found out what he was. I was watching cats 101 and saw the turkish angora and realized that I had a rare cat breed. And I bet if the jerks who threw them kittens out knew they were rare they would still have them. But he is the sweetest cat you could ever find and I am so happy we rescued him when we did :)

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pat - 2010-02-21
I just love Pumpkin, my maine coon. He is about 6 to 8 yrs old and he is a wonderful loving friend for me and I did decide to keep him in as a house cat because of where I live. He sleeps by me and lays next to me wherever I go. At one time he must have been hurt because of his one rear hip, runs but has a little problem with that hip. But right now I am having a real problem with him not eating and it is mainly the dry food I cannot seem to get him to enjoy and today he came out from sleeping and meowed at me and was telling me that he was hungry. Yes he eats some moist food but I cannot get him to eat a dry food. He drinks some water but not enough I don't think, and of course his stool has not been much. Has urinated quite a bit. You say they are not hard to feed but he is giving me run for my money. Have fed him Friskies and Natural food from a pet store and he does not like any. Is it time to take him to the vet? He is my big orange and white fluffy buddy.

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  • shirley ross - 2010-07-08
    I'm sorry to say that he may possible have kidney disease. If you get him to the vet for test, and he is in early stages, you can continue to have him around for years. Or he could have a tooth problem, and need dental work. Dry food is not good for cats, no matter what has been previously stated. It can cause kidney disease. I know, because my 16 year old has had kidney disease for 6 years, and with careful monitoring.......testing, giving fluids with an i.v. under the skin,( you can easily learn to do it......she is your baby!) proper diet, and many trips to vet, she has held out 6 years past what she was supposed to. He has all the symptoms, drinking a lot of water, not eating, and urinating huge quantities. More goes out than they can drink........that's why the sub q fluids. It's very important to get his bowels moving so that the toxins that normal kidneys would filter. I just stumbled upon this site, so email me if you like.
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