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  • Mar 8, 2010 at 12:00
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    My angora, Yuki, is so fun and playful. She was so easy to deal with. When I brought her home, she adjusted very well, and was great interacting with the other cats and dog. I have watched a special on this breed on tv, and one thing it said was that angora cats are generally healthy (living 15-20 years) and dont require much grooming. They are also good with multiple people and other pets. Typically however, the white ones with blue eyes can be deaf. I read somewhere that hearing blue eyed females can generally run up to $1,000 to purchase. I’m sure its possible to get an angora for much cheaper however. I got mine free, from my crazy grandma who found her as a stray. Yuki is a blue eyed hearing female, and very healthy & energetic.

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  • Jan 28, 2011 at 12:00
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    WE RECEIVED Q-TIP WHEN HE WAS 10 WEEKS OLD. HENCE THE NAME, A SMALL BUNDLE OF WHITE FURR. HE WAS ABANDONDED BY A NEIGHBOR OF A FRIEND, SHE CALLED TO SEE IF WE WERE INTERESTED. OF COURSE! AND NOW, ONE AND ONE HALF YEARS LATER, HE HAS A 7 YEAR OLD DOG FRIEND NAMED SCOOTER,(WHO BY THE WAY HAS LIVED WITH US FOR OVER 7 YEARS) AND A NEWLY ACQUIRED MALE 7 MONTH OLD BROWN SHORTHAIR NAMED KEVIN. (LINEBREAK) OUR HOME IS NOW COMPLETE. I LOVE MY CATS.

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