The Turkish Van originated from Anatolia or what is now known as Turkey in the southeastern region of Lake Van, two English ladies, Sonia Halliday and Laura, while visiting the Lake Van area in Turkey purchased two cats and returned them to Great Britain, for four years they bred these cats Two and constantly got the same marks, the ladies took another visit to Turkey and bought two cats, a Turkish van was first recognized in Great Britain where a Turkish cat in 1969, but later the name became a Turkish van
It has a woolen and soft undercoat coat, long, silky with seasonal coat, they have oval-shaped eyes that are larger and moving, blue eyes can, amber, or individual eyes (one each), cheekbones elevated with rounded chin and neat rounded muzzle, nose may A downward curve with large, high ears that shift slightly to the side, and the body is long with a broad chest.
The tail is usually medium length and a brush or feather. Ideal for perfect coats for Turkish van is one that is white chalk without yellow discoloration and with colored markings on the tail and head, there is sometimes a small color marking on the forehead that does not stretch past the eye in line with a fire White, recognize these colors:
White and reddish brown. The tabby is white and reddish brown. Cream and eggs. Spotted and white cream. black and white. Black and white tabby. blue and white. Tabby blue and white. Withered and white