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Anatolian cat is also known as Turkic Shorthair and Anadolu Kedisi. It' a very similar race to the Van of Turkey. Although the race has its origin in Turkey, it is now also found in the USA and Europe. Traditionally Anatolian cat are very fond and fond of their humans.
Traditionally Anatolian cat are very fond and fond of their fellow people. The Anatolian people, often called" soft giants", rejoice in the companionship of people and other domestic animals, so that they can cut off very well in households that have a number of domestic animal types. They are also more likely to be calm and soft and rest on their laps.
They are sporty and well-muscled, so they like to run, jump and run. The cattery is a place where cat toy making and games with their humans and other domestic animals are important to keep these kittens sane. Anatolian cat breeds are also one of a kind because these animals actually like it. As the Turkish van, they are intrigued and drawn to the waters, so don't be amazed if their Anatolian cat makes it a point to get all over themselves whenever they can, although most of them are prone to reject the waters and get their coat soaked.
Anatolian people have medium-sized structures that are muscled and quite powerful. Its peculiarity is that its hind limbs are slightly longer than its forelegs, which allows it to leap to very high places, such as the top of your fridge or even the top of your doorframe.
Indeed, many are astonished at how high these females can leap with unbelievable easy. Usually these females are very maneuverable and frost resistant, with a very thick, supple, sleek skin. Anatoleans also have large, round legs with clumps of hair that can protrude between the toe and a long, muscled cock.
Although large in build, these females will not grow to full height until they are about 5 years old because they grow slowly. Such as the Turk Angora and the Turk Van, Anatolian also come in a wide range of color. Several Anatolians even have the classical marks of the Turkic van.
Anatolian whites may have two black-eyed, or one blue-eyed and another that' s either orange or straw. Anatolier are a short-haired race without sub-wool, a ground care is enough.