Scottish Fold & Short-hair
The unique thing about this cat was that her ears folded forward and downward on her head. The resulting look gave the impression of a owl or “teddy bear” that has captured the hearts of many.
Scottish Folds come in two types: folded ear and straight ( Short Hair ) ear.
The Fold is a medium cat with a rounded, well-padded body and a short, dense, and resilient coat. It has large, round, broadly spaced eyes full of sweetness; well-rounded whisker pads and a short nose with a gentle curve in profile.
Scottish Folds are hardy cats, much like their barnyard ancestors ( The British ) .
Their sweet expression and they have tiny voices and are not extremely vocal. They adore human companionship and display this in their own quiet way.They are very gentle and love giving and receiving affection.
They are relaxed and fit most environments weather a noisy household with children or a quiet life style with one owner.
It is a sweet-natured animal that just loves human companionship and will gladly supervise all of the household activities with you.
However, this affectionate cat does not cope well with its own company and will not be happy if let at home alone for long periods of time.
Families that adopt and that do spend a lot of time away from home may want to consider adopting two Kittens so they can keep each other company - after all, two cats can only mean twice the love and devotion
Their Sweet Gentle Souls and if you give them your heart they will certainly reward you with their love!
Scottish Fold is one of the sweetest, calmest cat breeds. He loves to be around people big and small, old and young, and also gets along great with other cats and cat-friendly dogs. The Scottish Fold, we have to admit, is kind of a perfect little cat. He’s energetic but not crazy, loves attention but not demanding, and will follow you around the house talking with you in a quiet, soft little voice. This is why they are so easy to fall in-love with.
Besides their cute ears, the Scottish Fold will charm you by sitting on his hind legs like a little furry Buddha! The Scottish fold also prefers to sleep on his back.
Sadly some different types of Cat breeds or living Animals or Humans for that matter CAN have health Issues as aging takes hold or for no reason at all. .
With the Scottish here are some issues that may happen or may not.
The Scottish Fold is a pretty healthy breed, but there are some hereditary health problems in the breed that may come out.
- Osteochondrodysplasia, a developmental abnormality that affects cartilage and bone development
- Polycystic kidney disease (PKD)
- Cardiomyopathy, a form of heart disease
- Weight: 6–9 pounds for females, 9–13 pounds for males
- Life Expectancy: 15 yearss