Friday, May 21, 2010

Meet Buddy Boy - A Turkish Van



Buddy Boy
Turkish Van
Buddy Boy is absolutely my aunt's very best friend. He is a Turkish Van. He is a cat of rare qualities and being a Turkish Van, he has definite personality traits. A little plaque my aunt has states,
"Thousands of years ago cats were worshipped as gods...
Cats have never forgotten this"
He is the boss of the house!
Turkish Vans like water... which sets them apart from any cat I've ever known.

He provides so much comfort and companionship to my aunt though that
we all love him too.





8 comments:

Donna @ The House on the Corner said...

What a beautiful cat!! Although I'm more partial to doggies - I love all animals and have always admire cat's dispositions! Probably 'cause it more resembles my own!

Nancy's Notes said...

Buddy Boy is one beautiful cat! I think cats are neat, really have interesting personalities, bet Buddy Boy rules the house!

Hugs,

Nancy

Julie Harward said...

I LOVE his markings...so beautiful! :D

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

What a gorgeous cat....I have had so little time to catch up on my favorite blogs. Hope you will stop by...I have a great Disney giveaway...
http://teresa-grammygirlfriend.blogspot.com/

From the Kitchen said...

What a handsome cat! Do you remember "Violet"? Thanks for coming with me on my journey to "Mitford". Any news on a new book?

Best,
Bonnie

Pink Princess said...

The kittycat is SO cute ♥

'bout my dress: NO it is a modern pattern! But one I absolutely fell in love with the moment I saw it :)It is from a Dutch magazine so...nice and easy. Just cut out the pattern and sew lol :)

Hugs from Marian

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

What a beautiful cat he is!! I totally believe the cat story and how they were worshiped and ruled. I remember each time I would come home..Scratches looked as though he expect me to be DELIGHTED to see him..certainly not the other way around.
Buddy Boy is quite beautiful..
Hugs,
Mona

Neil and Susan Brown said...

What a cutie! You know what they say Karen.... dogs have owners and cats have staff!! Susan :)