Pure Elegance and Devotion
KatsNjazz Love Walked In of Bizans
Bizans means "Byzantium" or "Byzantine" in Turkish (Byzance in French), to reflect the origin and antiquity of the breed.
Hello, and welcome to our website.
I hope you will enjoy this photo collection and comments
about our cats and kittens and consider
the gift to yourself
of living in the presence of beauty and elegance, fun entertainment,
and the love and devotion that only
a Turkish Angora can give.
WE HAVE KITTENS !!!
Whites and More!
Gilda and Fetih had three kittens on June 8, 2013.
Her daughter Princess and Fetih had four kittens on June 14.
and Frigga and Sirius had one kitten on July 3.
So of the eight kittens among the three litters, there are:
five white kittens (two males, three females) (all hearing)
two brown tabbies (females),
and one silver classic tabby (male).
we have a few wonderful spayed and neutered young adults
available for placement in loving homes.
Both computer problems and long-term recovery from an injury and surgery on my shoulder
have restricted my ability to post photos of the babies on this website.
You are encouraged, then, to email or call us (Contact Us)
to discuss the babies and adults, their availability, their pedigrees,
and links to photos of the litters and cats in my Picasa collection.
Azima's Crystal Legacy of Bizans
Several of our spayed and neutered
YOUNG ADULT CATS are AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
Click here for photos and descriptions of loving, beautiful young girls and boys
awaiting comfortable laps and shoulders in other wonderful homes.
Some of my breeder friends also have
YOUNG ADULT CATS and KITTENS AVAILABLE!
Some of our cats were TV stars!
They were filmed at my mentor's home in early autumn of 2008.
Notes regarding our cats on the segment are here.
WE'RE SO PROUD!!!
Our very first "Grand" title:
Bizans' Sweet William
Sire: Azima's Lord Byron of Antioch Dam: Azima's Purrfect Blossom of Bizans
Twerp's mother, Blossom, is the breathtaking blue-eyed girl in our logo above; and his half-sister, Crystal, is the odd-eyed beauty in the photo above.
In the meantime, please enjoy this temporary site,
which we will try to keep up to date,
and excuse the construction.
Feel free to call or email us with any questions about
Turkish Angora Cats and Kittens!
This website was last updated August 22, 2013.