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Scottish Fold Resource

Scottish Fold


The most striking characteristic of the Scottish Fold is its small ears, folded forward and downward, set in a cap-like fashion. As its name indicates, the breed is a native of Scotland. Without the distraction of upright ears, the large, round eyes dominate the face, a feature also found in the straight-eared Folds. Longhair and shorthair varieties come in a number of colors and patterns. Scottish Folds are sweet-tempered, attentive and devoted, but not demanding.

Breed Details

Color:
Longhair and shorthair varieties come in a number of colors and patterns.
National Breed Club:

Scottish Fold Fanciers; www.ziplink.net/users/days/SFF.html

Personality:

Scottish Folds are sweet-tempered, attentive and devoted, but not demanding.

Appearance:

The most striking characteristic of the Scottish Fold is its small ears, folded forward and downward, set in a cap-like fashion. Without the distraction of upright ears, the large, round eyes dominate the face, a feature also found in the straight-eared Folds.