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Scottish Fold Kittens In Tennessee

The average price for a Scottish Fold kitten ranges from $800 to $2,000. This price can vary depending on several factors. The most important ones are the kitten’s lineage and coat color. Kittens with folded ears are more expensive than those with straight ears.

About Breed

The Scottish Fold is a medium-sized cat who is very round looking. Her head is round, and her folded ears make her look even more round. Her eyes are bright and clear, and her legs and tail look round too. She has a short coat that is easy to take care of. Some registries allow a long-haired version of the Scottish Fold called the Scottish Fold Longhair. These cats have longer coats that can vary slightly in texture, so they need regular care.
This breed of cat was discovered in 1961 by a Scottish shepherd named William Ross. He found a kitten with folded ears and named her Susie. Susie’s mother had normal ears, but the father was unknown. Ross adopted a white kitten from Susie’s litter and began to breed her with local farm cats and British Shorthairs to establish this lop-eared feline breed. In 1977, British geneticist Oliphant Jackson reported that one-third of kittens from the breeding of folded-eared cats developed osteodystrophy, a skeletal lesion.
This cat is very sweet and quiet. They enjoy sitting on laps or next to their favorite people. They have a calm temperament and a soft voice. This cat also enjoys playing fetch and being around children and family dogs.
The shorthaired variety doesn’t need a lot of grooming. You can just run a steel comb through its coat once or twice a week. The longhaired variety needs more grooming, about three to four times a week. This is to remove dead hair and to prevent mats from forming.
The typical lifespan of a Scottish Fold is about 15 years. They can have some health problems, like other breeds of animals. One problem is degenerative joint disease, which can be an issue in the tail. If you notice stiffness, be careful with the tail.

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