Overall, the Turkish Angora is a relatively easy to care for cat. The beautiful oriental woman belongs to the long-haired cats - but when they are kept in the apartment, their fur does not require too much care. The velvet paw is also very treatable in character. As long as you pay enough attention to her and don't leave her too much alone, she will quickly be satisfied.
Attitude: Ideally in pairs
Keeping a Turkish Angora as a house cat is usually no problem. Their urge to move is rather strong on average. But it is very important that the fluffy cat has company. That may be one or more members of the same species - but also regular attention from "their" people is very important in keeping the Turkish Angora. The cat is intelligent and social - she therefore needs regular play. Try out intelligence toys for her - she'll have fun with it, and it will require her dexterity at the same time.
Beautiful giants: large breeds of cats
Care of the Turkish Angora
The beautiful parlor tiger is equipped with a long fur, but a little brushing is usually enough for care. He lacks the undercoat, which often leads to felting in many other cats. Combing and brushing around twice a week is a good guideline for maintaining the friendly velvet paw.