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Scottish Fold Breeders Oklahoma City OK

Scottish Fold comes in two types: folded ear or straight ear. It needs sufficient scratching device. Kittens are available after 12-16 weeks.

Scottish Fold

Physical Description

  • Comes in two types: folded ear or straight ear
  • Comes in all colors possible
  • Ears folded forward and downward on the head
  • Medium cat with a rounded, well-padded body
  • Dense coat in two lengths: long and short
  • Large, round, broadly-spaced eyes
  • Short nose with a gentle curve in profile

Temperament

  • Quiet, hardy, need lots of love and human companionship
  • Good with children and dogs

At Home

  • Does best indoors
  • Needs sufficient scratching device
  • Declawing is not recommended
  • Kittens are available after 12-16 weeks

Brief History

  • In 1961 a shepherd by the name of William Ross spotted the first known Scottish Fold cat at a farm near Coupar Angus in the Tayside Region of Scotland, Northwest of Dundee

Grooming

  • Trim nails regularly

Fun Facts

  • All Scottish Fold kittens are born with straight ears
  • At about three to four weeks of age, their ears fold

Medical Conditions

  • Healthy breed
  • Needs boosters by 12 weeks old
  • Annual vet visit for checkups is important


While the listed ailments may be common in this breed, not all members of the breed suffer from these conditions. Responsible breeders screen for orthopedic and genetic diseases....

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