Scottish Fold is affectionate and very comfortable with all family members. They like to be with their people and participating in whatever they are doing. They are friendly, laidback and make the perfect choice for families with children and cat friendly dogs. They love the attention from children and like to play. This breed is capable of learning tricks.
Size: he Scottish Fold is a medium-sized cat, with males typically reaching 9–13 lb, females6–9 lb. The fold's entire body structure, especially the head and face, is generally rounded, and the eyes large and round.
Temperament & Personality: He is a sweet cat who enjoys attention. The scot fold will expect you to play with him when you get home from work or school or at least sit down so he can get in a little lap time or curl up next to you while you watch television or read a book.
Activity Requirements: This breed needs interactive play with family in order to keep in good condition. This breed is smart and a moderately active cat. The Scot Fold enjoys toys that test his agility and toys that challenge his intelligence. His favorite activity is anything that involves human interaction.
Breed Traits: Scottish Folds come in two types: folded ear and straight (normal) ear. The folded ear is produced by an incomplete dominant gene and is the result of a spontaneous mutation.Their rare distinctive physical traits combined with their reputation as unusually loving companions, make folds highly sought after pets and fold kittens typically cost considerably more than kittens of more common breeds
Diet: 1/4 to 1/3 cup per feeding up to about 8 wks. 1/3 cup to 3/4 cup per feeding up to 6 months and beyond, depending on weight. Research shows that adult cats need a minimum of 26 percent protein in their diet.
Grooming Requirements: Require daily grooming to keep its striking coat in good condition. If the grooming process is started as a kitten they soon become used to it and enjoy the attention it brings. Daily attention will prevent a build up of knots and the fight that comes to remove tangles and matts from a neglected coat. Brush the teeth to prevent periodontal disease. Daily dental hygiene is best, but weekly brushing is better than nothing. Trim the nails weekly. In addition, the flat face must be cleaned regularly and carefully as tear stains can be deposited on the face.
Colors: Scottish Fold comes in a number of colors and patterns, including solid, tabby, tabby and white, bicolor and pari color. Eye color depends on coat color. Eye color: Blue, Green, Gold, Odd-eyed.
History: The original Scottish Fold was a white barn cat named Susie, who was found at a farm near Coupar Angus in Perthshire, Scotland, in 1961. Susie's ears had an unusual fold in their middle, making her resemble an owl. When Susie had kittens, two of them were born with folded ears, and one was acquired by William Ross, a neighbouring farmer and cat-fancier. Ross registered the breed with the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF) in Great Britain in 1966 and started to breed Scottish Fold kittens with the help of geneticist Pat Turner. The breeding program produced 76 kittens in the first three years—42 with folded ears and 34 with straight ears. The conclusion from this was that the ear mutation is due to a simple dominant gene. Other names: Scot Fold.
Life span: 9-12 years
Temperament: Loving, calm, easy going, adaptable, affectionate
Weight: 12 lbs
Height: 8-10 inches
Colors: White, Blue, Cream, Red, Silver, Cameo, Brown, Blue cream, Tortoiseshell, Black
Pattern: Solid color, Tortoiseshell, Tricolor/Calico, Bicolor, Tabby, Ticking, Smoke, Shaded, Spots
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