Cats are one of the most popular pets in the world. Some people think that cats are cool and they are not like dogs, sweet and kind. However, cat owners know how sweet and how mean their kitties can be. If you are a cat lover, you might be interested in this breed of cat: Scottish Fold.
The Scottish Fold, or Coupari in Canada, is a breed of cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that affects cartilage throughout the body, causing ears to ‘fold’, bending forward and down towards the front of their hear, which gives the cat what is often described as an ‘owl-like’ appearance. The more folds their ear flop forward, the closer to the head the ears will lie. The Fold’s ears look straight and normal at birth, but will begin to fold after about 21days. Some people might wonder will it be a little difficult to groom this breed’s ears? In fact, the cleaning part is as easy as the other cats’. The essential cat supplies are fit for Sottish Fold as well.
Scottish Folds are intelligent, sweet-tempered, soft-spoken, and easily adaptable to new people and situations. They are very loyal and tend to bond with one person in the household. While they usually allow others to cuddle and pet them, their primary attachment becomes quickly clear as they single out their chosen humans. They thrive on attention, but it must be on their own terms. Despite their devotion, they are not clingy, demanding cats and usually prefer to be near you rather than on your lap. They enjoy a good game of fetch now and then as well, and keep their playful side well into adulthood.
Besides, just like other cats, Folds love sleeping too, if you want to pet her at your home, you’d better give her a sweet bed like pet fleece soft pad or soft cat bed. Are these cats special and cute for you?