Angora cats are very clean. For example, they often lick their fur. Their saliva acts like a powerful cleanser, but it can cause allergies in humans. Sometimes Angora cats may spit out fur balls because of swallowing hair during licking and accumulating in the stomach.
The Angora cat still keeps the habit of ambushing in the daytime and coming out at night. Many activities (such as rat hunting and mating) are often carried out at night. The most active time of Angora cats is at dawn or dusk. Most of the time of the day is spent lazily resting or sleeping. The daily sleeping time is 12 to 16 hours, with an average of 13 to 14 hours. However, some Angora cats sleep for 20 hours.
Sometimes, the police Gora cat urinates everywhere, while the female Angora cat howls and barks in the middle of the night, which is commonly known as “the Angora cat, that is, the love of Angora cat”. Originally, it was generally believed that the estrus of Angora cats is February or August, but there is no absolute time. Experts believe that non pregnant female Angora cats are in estrus every 14-21 days. The estrus lasts for 3-6 days, and the mating time is about 2-3 days.