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Are Scottish Folds clingy?

Are Scottish Folds clingy?

Here is a quick summary of the nature of Scottish Folds: Affectionate, loving and loyal – but not ‘clingy’ Not given to loud vocal displays. Tend to be ‘one-person’ cats and bond closely with their owners. Adaptable and easy going, good with children and other pets.

Do Scottish Folds need attention?

Scottish folds are a medium-sized, stocky breed that loves human attention from everyone in the family, but may focus their attention on one lucky person. These gorgeous cats have rounded heads, short necks, and large eyes which, combined with their folded-over ears, give them a unique look.

Are Scottish Fold cats affectionate?

The Scottish Fold is an affectionate cat that bonds extremely well with its human caregivers, and also gets along well with children and other pets in the home. They have a soft, chirpy voice and can be quite chatty. Scottish Folds are homebodies and do best when living as indoor cats.

Do Scottish Folds like to be cuddled?

Scottish folds enjoy snuggling up to a soft blanket. Some can’t resist getting their paws on one. If you are lucky, you may get your cat to knead the blanket while lying in your lap.

Do Scottish folds suffer?

All Scottish Fold cats suffer from variable degrees of painful degenerative joint disease, which can result in fusing of the tail, tarsi (ankles) and stifles (knees). This is apparent clinically as a reluctance to move, and abnormal posture and gait, lameness and short misshapen limbs.

What happens if you breed two Scottish Fold cats?

If two folded eared cats are bred to each other, the resulting kittens can be impaired to the extent of having difficulty walking. Even with this outcross, Scottish Folds tend to have small litters and not all of these kittens have folded ears.

What are the personality traits of a Scottish Fold cat?

Scottish Fold Cat Information and Personality Traits. A charming cat, the Scottish Fold offers easy care and becomes comfortable with all members of the family. The tail of the Scottish Fold must be handled gently. Some of these cats are known to develop stiffness in the tail that can cause pain if mishandled.

Where can I get a Scottish Fold kitten?

At Scottish Fold Kittens, we are rigorous in screening and selecting the right home for each animal. To reserve a kitten, please get in touch. Note, we will not separate our babies from their mothers until they are old enough. Scottish Fold Kittens is a well-known Cat Breeder in Cerritos. We have been involved with breeding kittens since 2018.

Where was the Scottish Fold cat first born?

But the Scottish Fold as we know her today was first born in 1961 in Pertshire, Scotland. There, a kitten with folded ears was discovered in a litter of otherwise “normal” eared kittens.

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