Description of the breed. scottish fold kittens
For the last twenty years, the Scottish Fold has acquired its own recognizable type, despite interbreeding with American and British Shorthair cats.
This breed does not have to be massive, with a compact body and short legs, like the British. Distinctive feature. unusual ears, a crease at the base of which causes the ear to tilt forward. Scottish lop-eared. It is a medium-sized cat with a round, well-filled body and short, dense and firm hair. She has large, round, wide-set eyes with an even color, rounded furry paws and a short nose with a gentle curve in profile.
Animals of this breed are of two types: with hanging ears (folded ear) and straight. normal (straight). Lop hearing occurs due to an incompleteness of a dominant gene and is the result of an accidental mutation.
recently, the ranks of short-haired folds have been replenished with their semi-long-haired variation, called the highland fold. These cats have retained all the characteristic features of the breed, having acquired an elegant, fluffy coat. Highlands have not yet received mass distribution in Russia, but they confidently find their admirers among cat lovers.
The lop-eared gene is dominant, but the expressiveness (severity) of its action in kittens, even within the same litter, looks different. They love human society and show it with their whole appearance. Scottish cats adapt well both to densely populated apartments full of running children and dogs, and to small rooms. They are not afraid and get along well with other animals.
Scottish Fold kittens are born with normal straight ears. At three to four weeks of age, their ears fall down or remain straight. By twelve weeks, you can already determine the quality of the kitten: show (show), breeding (breed) or domestic (pet). Only cats with prone ears are on display, so get such kittens. every breeder’s dream.
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The origin of the Scottish Fold breed
Modern representatives of the Scottish Fold arose as a result of spontaneous mutation. On a Scottish farm in 1961, farmer William Ross noticed a cat with its ears tucked down. She gave birth to two kittens, one of which was acquired by Ross. He registered a white female and began to create a new breed. It became clear that the ears were bent. dominant feature. The degree of lop-earedness in different animals is completely different and manifests itself regardless of the genotype.
The lop-ear gene is dominant. However, at the very beginning of the formation of the Scottish Fold breed, breeders faced serious problems associated with disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Such serious complications led to the fact that in 1971 the largest felinological organization in Europe GCCF came to the conclusion that there is a direct relationship between the presence of hanging ears and similar bone anomalies in a cat. As a result, the breed was banned in its homeland in Scotland and England.
Perhaps this would be the end of the story of one of the most attractive cats, if some of them did not find a second home in America. Here in Massachusetts, at the Carnivore Science Center, under the guidance of geneticist Neil Todd, the nature of the inheritance of the fold gene was studied in detail. Neil found that disorders of the musculoskeletal system in Scottish Folds occur only if the cat in its genotype contains a combination of only dominant genes.
Based on this, the breeders of this breed were asked to change the breeding programs (breeding programs) and stop knitting folds among themselves. For mating with folds, it was proposed to use straights. cats with ordinary erect ears.
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Characteristics of the Scottish Fold
Scottish Fold has relatively low requirements and does not require much handling. To be happy, he needs a clean environment, plenty of food and, above all, the sympathy of his owners.
Scottish Fold cats have a sense of humor and frolic when their owners play and laugh with him. Its appearance alone already makes any person feel good.
The head of the Scottish Fold is well rounded, with a firm chin and developed jaws. The muzzle should have noticeable and well-rounded vibris pads. The head merges smoothly into a short, strong neck. Well developed cheeks, especially in Scottish cats.
The eyes are wide open. Large, rounded, set wide apart. The color of the eyes generally corresponds to the color of the coat. The nose of the Scottish fold is wide with a slight transition. A small stop is allowed, but a noticeable stop is considered a disadvantage. The profile is soft, moderately streamlined. The ears are folded forward and down. Small, smaller is better. Small, well-built ears are preferred. The ears of a Fold cat should be set in such a way as to emphasize the rounded skull. The tips of the ears should be rounded.
The body is medium in size, round, in proportion to the level of the shoulders and croup. The cat is strong, densely built, but without a hint of fatness or lack of mobility due to short, coarse limbs. The feet are very neat and well rounded, with five toes on the front feet and four on the hind feet. Scottish Fold cats can be slightly smaller than cats. Medium to long tail, but in proportion to the body.
The wool of the Scottish Fold is short, dense, plush, and uniform. The texture of the coat may vary depending on color or regional and seasonal variations. Coat length from medium-long to long. Abundant vegetation on the face and body is desirable, but short hair is allowed on the face and limbs. “Pants”, tail feathering, tufts of hair between the toes and pubescence of the ears should be clearly visible, a collar is desirable. Wadded wool is a serious disadvantage of adult animals.
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All cats are gray at night, but what do they look like during the day? Let’s take a closer look at the patterns on Scottish cats fur coats. Perhaps it is difficult to find two dressed exactly the same. These fashionistas have much more outfits in their wardrobe than the British ones, and have about two hundred colors, for which cat breeders use mainly English terminology to describe them.
black fold scottish cat We jokingly mention the “outfits” of Scottish cats, since the English word tabby, according to some sources, was first applied to oriental moire fabrics. Literal translation from English tabby. tabby cat. This is the main, so-called “wild” color, inherent in many wild animals, especially cubs.
The most prominent representative of the feline genus with this color is the tiger. Therefore, this color was named brindle. In English, this color is called mackerel, because to the English it resembles a fish mackerel, or mackerel. A brindle-colored Scottish cat should have a pattern in the form of the letter “M” on the forehead, three closed rings in the form of a necklace on the chest, rings on the legs and tail.
Three more colors belong to tabby, which come from the main, striped. If the stripes are interrupted along the length, then spots appear. A spotted pattern appears, in English spotted. Ideally, in a spotted pattern, the spots should not merge anywhere, forming stripes. The third type of tabby is the marble pattern, or blotched. In this case, the stripes are not even, but fancifully bend, forming intricate patterns. This color is also called classic tabby. It allows for a mix of straight stripes on the back and rings and even more intricate patterns on the sides and shoulders.
Fold Scottish cat silver-black marble The fourth tabby color is Abyssinian, or ticked. It was first discovered in Abyssinian cats. It is formed as a result of ticking, that is, zonal dyeing with rings of each hair, while the tip should be dark. This color resembles a hare or rabbit fur coat. All tabby colors consist of a combination of basic monochromatic: white, silver, black, red, blue and lightened options: chocolate, cream, lilac. The Scottish cat can also be dressed in a plain coat. This color is called solid.
The next group consists of tipped colors, which are formed as a result of incomplete staining of hairs. When only the tips of the hairs are dyed, about 1/5 of the length, shadow colors appear. When dyeing half of the hair, the colors “smoke” are obtained.
It has been noticed that Scottish cats, unlike British cats, love white. Many colors in the Scottish breed are associated with the presence of white spots of various sizes, these are the so-called piebald colors. These include the harlequin. a white background with spots of a different color, located chaotically and having any shape. The color of the spots is the main color. Bicolors. white occupies about half of the total color.
The tortoiseshell colors of Scottish cats resemble the shells of turtles. They are characterized by a combination of spots of different colors, red (cream) and black (chocolate, blue, purple). The color can consist of two basic colors, for example, blue-cream, lilac-cream. Tricolors and particolors. combination of tortoiseshell color with white.
As a rule, all tortoiseshell colors are inherent only to cats. Scottish cats such variegated “clothes” are allowed only for their chosen ones, and they themselves “dress” more modestly. If, in the rarest of cases, a cat of this tortoiseshell color appears, it will certainly turn out to be sterile.
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Correct and timely feeding is the key to good health and longevity of your pet. When choosing a diet, remember that a cat is by nature a predator; meat must be present in its menu.
The cat refuses to feed the kittens, which can replace the cat’s milk?
Use milk replacer for newborn kittens for feeding. For example, “Royal Canin Babycat Milk” or “Beaphar Kitty Milk”. These products are made from easily digestible whey and are very similar in composition and taste to natural cat milk.
If you are feeding with natural products, you need to add vitamins, minerals (calcium) and taurine to your food. Ready-made balanced feed “Premium” and “Super Premium” classes already contain all the necessary nutrients and minerals for the proper development of a kitten.
The better to feed the kitten, dry food or pate?
Pates can be alternated with dry food, the interval between feedings is at least 2 hours. If the kitten is fed only with soft food (pates), plaque forms on the teeth, the teeth change later, since the load on them is not created, the kitten may even forget how to chew. Dry food cleans teeth well from plaque. Special food for small kittens can be fed from 4 weeks of age. On the food packaging, the manufacturer indicates how much to give. Measure exactly as instructed and do not overfeed. Make sure that water is always freely available, this is very important when feeding artificial dry food.
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Scottish Fold Kitten Care
From childhood, a Scottish kitten must be taught to daily care, then in the future he will understand that examining the ears, eyes, teeth, grooming. this is part of his life.
Once every two weeks, we examine the cat’s ears: the shells should be clean, without rashes, plaque, and unpleasant odor. Carefully clean the ear canal with a cotton swab. In a healthy animal, sulfur is light, odorless. Longer hairs often grow at the end of the ear. “tassels”. They need to be removed. To do this, hold the tip of the ear with the fingers of one hand, and with the other at this time we cut off the hairs or pluck them out (carefully).
The eyes of British and Scottish Fold cats generally do not require special care. In the morning, sometimes dark plaque accumulates in the corners of the eyes, which is removed with boiled water applied to a soft cloth or napkin. Purulent discharge is unacceptable and is the reason for contacting a doctor.
The fur of the animal also requires care. British. the only shorthaired breed that loves combing against the grain. 2 times a week, with a metal and massage brush, comb the hair, first in the direction of hair growth, and then against. This is a wonderful massage. First, the hair is combed on the back, along the sides, on the chest. The cheeks and neck are massaged “towards the face”, ie. against the grain. After combing, remove excess wool with wet hands or a special rubber mitten.
For the litter box, you need to choose a secluded but accessible place. The most convenient is the toilet or the bathroom. It is categorically excluded to place the litter tray in places of rest and eating of the animal. The tray is cleaned with non-toxic, odorless detergents, preferably with baby soap and a specially designated sponge. If possible, the tray should be as large as possible. large size and curved sides (this is convenient not for the cat, but for the owner).
At first, you need to make sure that the kitten correctly determines the location of its tray. As soon as the baby starts to fuss, finely touch his paws, squat, dig in the wrong place, take him to the litter tray and make sure he used it. Praise him, fondle him.
The cat’s favorite sleeping mat. flat pad about ten centimeters thick. It is advisable to raise the bed above the floor.
To ensure that the claws are always “ready for battle”, cats sharpen them several times a day, while they mark the boundaries of their personal territory with the help of a secret secreted by the sebaceous glands on the toes.
To protect your furniture from cat claws, carpets, walls, buy or make yourself a special post for the claw point. The height of the post must be at least 40 centimeters.
Take the kitten to the post several times a day, especially after sleeping. Reward your kitten for good behavior. During the training period, the places that the kitten tries to scratch must be covered (with plastic, film). You can rub the orange peel on problem areas, or if you leave the house, tie the peel to the scratched area. The harshest punishment for a kitten should be a sharp shout “No!” Be consistent and persistent.
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Do’s and Don’ts when you first try to identify a cat or cat
Put the kitten on its stomach and lift its tail.
If possible, wait until the baby is 3-4 weeks old.
Make sure mommy cat doesn’t mind your actions.
Keep manipulation time to a minimum to avoid stress.
- hold the baby carelessly
- do not lift the kitten by the tail
- if possible, do not pick up the kitten until 3 weeks of age. If you hold the kitten in your hands for a long time, then your scent may appear and the mother cat may refuse the baby. This will lead to the fact that you have to feed the kitten without a mom.
- do not take away from feeding
- thermoregulation in very small pussies (up to 1 month) is not developed, so do not hold it on your hands for a long time, as this can lead to hypothermia even in a few minutes
- do not try to press on the genitals
Consider the photos below. These are close-up photos of 3 week old kittens. On the left is a boy, and on the right is a girl.
Still, in this matter it is preferable to look not in the eyes, but under the tail. If under the tail you see a conditional colon (“:”), then in front of you is definitely a cat, and if an inverted letter “i”, then, accordingly, a kitten-girl.
You need to pay attention to the shape of the genitals. In a boy kitten, the shape of the genitals resembles a point, and in girls. a vertical line.
What will you learn from the article
Agree, it is quite difficult to determine the sex of a small kitten, especially a newborn. You have to seek the help of a veterinarian or wait 10-12 weeks (2-3 months) before the gender is evident. Learn to do it yourself earlier.
The article contains all the necessary information for the owner of the animal, supported by a photo in order to learn how to distinguish a cat from a cat. It will also be useful to learn how to properly feed a kitten at 10-12 weeks.
Manifestation of the shape of the testicles in kittens-boys at 3 months
Part of the male cat’s genitals are the testicles, which are located between the anus and the penis. Almost imperceptible at birth, they begin to appear and increase in fluffies at the age of 10-12 weeks from birth. The photos below will help you visually understand this issue.
Tactile probing of kittens’ genitals
Genital palpation is an effective method of sex determination almost from birth. This method will help tactilely determine the presence of testicles in a kitten. Even a toddler a few weeks old can do this.
To determine, you will need to gently hold in the indicated place with two closed fingers (index and middle). If the kitten is male, then you will feel pea-shaped formations (3-5 mm in diameter) in this area.
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Distance between anus and genitals
Consider the photos below. These are close-up photographs of 3 week old kittens (1 month old). On the left is a boy, and on the right is a girl.
You need to pay attention to the distance between the anus and the genitals. In males, the distance is greater than in females. For clarity, consider the following picture.
How to determine the gender of a kitten. How to tell a cat from a cat
- Osteochondrodysplasia (OCD) is a malformation of cartilage and bone tissue, which leads to a slowdown in their growth. This disease is considered incurable, so only supportive therapy is prescribed for it.
- Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a disease in which many fluid-filled, hollow tumors (cysts) form in the kidneys. As a result, the affected organs do not fully perform their function.
- Cardiomyopathy. a disease in which the normal functioning of the heart muscle is disrupted.
Also, Scottish Fold cats can suffer from diseases that are typical for most purring pets. These include problems with the genitourinary system, skin and other diseases.
How are fold kittens born?
Lop-eared Scots rarely give a voice (meow softly) when they are hungry or need attention. On the one hand, this is good, because the owners will not get tired of endless shrill songs during walks, but it is also bad, on the other, because such animals will not give a signal to open the toilet door or let them out onto the balcony. As a result, they can mess up in a secluded corner.
Rounded, with a strong chin, thick round cheeks and a high forehead. The chin is massive and strong. Saggy cheeks are allowed for adult cats. The nose of a Scottish Fold cat should be wide and short.
Small to medium in size with slightly pointed tips. Set wide on the head. Fold forward and down. A special requirement is folded and pressed, they must fit into the contour of the head, without protruding beyond its borders. There are three types of lop-earedness:
- single (only the tips are bent);
- double (the entire auricle is bent, the gap between the ears and the head is visible);
- triple (fully pressed, there is a visual effect of the absence of ears).
If we are talking about short-haired pets, then there will be no problems with daily combing. It is enough to apply a special glove to remove hair several times a week. Most often, this procedure is carried out in the spring and early summer, when the animal will molt. Be careful when bathing, because the stressful procedure will cause depression in the animal. If necessary, wash it no more than once a year.
If you have acquired a long-haired representative of the breed, then care becomes more difficult: comb it out daily and give food to remove wool. If hairballs accumulate in the stomach of the animal (and it licks often), the esophagus may clog and an operation will be needed.
Clean the forward-tilted ears with a cotton swab to remove wax once a week. Wipe your eyes with a cotton pad dipped in boiled water. Only those Scottish Folds who eat natural food will need brushing their teeth. Brush their teeth with a special brush and toothpaste once a day. Those cats that eat dry food clean their mouth during the meal. However, if there is a smell from the mouth, then you cannot do without cleaning with special means.
Usually the Scots reduce the length of the claws on their own. However, some specimens show miracles of laziness, and then the owners come to use a clipper to relieve the pet’s paws of the discomfort caused by regrown claws.
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The next component of the price is very closely related to the first, one might even say that it follows from the first component. the level of professionalism of the breeder. It. breeding quality. The level of breeding quality depends on the phenotype and genotype.
The phenotype reflects the compliance of the animal with the international breed standard. If we talk about pricing. then conventionally all animals can be divided into three types:
show class. animals that most fully meet the requirements of the breed standard;
Breed class (from the English breed. to breed, breed). cats that have some very minor flaws in type, which will not allow getting the highest marks at exhibitions, but capable of producing excellent offspring;
pet-class (from English pet. favorite). “cat on a pillow”, just a favorite of the family. As a rule, cats that cannot be classified as show class and therefore will not make a successful show career are classified as pet-class cats. the judges are always very strict about the cats. producers.
Here, depending on which class this or that kitten belongs to, its price is also added. At the same time, the honesty and decency of the breeder is of no small importance, because it is he who determines the class of his animal. And this is directly related to the level of professionalism and popularity of the cattery! The circle is closed.
The genotype speaks about the purebredness of the kitten’s pedigree, about what kind of ancestors he had, what fresh blood and in what generation they were poured.
Separately, it should be noted the cost of a rare color. Rare, and even more so, a new color. it is the result of long and hard work. It. clear calculation and, at the same time, a matter of chance. It. good luck and the embodiment of professional knowledge. Achieve a rare color. worth a lot.
The next component of the price directly depends on what was said above. purchase of producers for your nursery.
I hope that our reflections on breeding quality, which we carried out above, will allow us not to talk a lot about the influence of the cost of their producers on the price of kittens. They are expensive. And since the domestic market of manufacturers, for one reason or another, does not always satisfy experienced breeders, it is necessary to buy manufacturers abroad, which, of course, significantly increases the cost of purchasing them (tickets, visa, hotel, etc.)
Raising sires (as well as raising kittens). the next component of the price. In order for a kitten to grow up healthy and strong, proper nutrition is necessary. This nutrition can be provided in two ways: professional feed or natural. Our pet needs dry and canned super premium food for good growth. which are very expensive
Exhibitions. Only there you can get an objective assessment of what you have acquired and grown. Only there you can evaluate the breeding quality of your pets. Exhibitions. these are titles, titles. It. an important line in your pet’s pedigree. Exhibitions. these are the next expenses, the next component of the kitten’s price. This includes the cost of a veterinary reference, the cost of examination at the exhibition, the cost of veterinary control. If the exhibition takes place in another city, then add here the cost of train or plane tickets, the cost of the hotel.
Health. this is one of the main reasons why you apply for a kitten to a cattery and not to a “birdie”. And this is the next component of the price of a kitten. I include many components in the concept of health. First, regular veterinary services and examinations. This includes not only routine procedures (such as anthelmintics and vaccinations), but also emergencies (such as a caesarean section during childbirth). Not uncommon in a good nursery and ultrasound examinations (ultrasound) of the kidneys and heart, blood tests for viral leukemia (FeLV), immunodeficiency (FIV). Anyone who has encountered similar procedures in our human life can estimate how much it costs. Health requires funds.
A separate line should be said about the equipment of the nursery. There is a lot in a good nursery. from a mouse and a scratching post to a “residential complex”. Even in the case when the cattery has its own breeding cat, in the interests of breeding, it is often necessary to bring your cats to other catteries for mating. Knitting cost. this is another component of the price of a kitten.
It is impossible to ignore such a line of expenses as advertising. A well-known cattery does not become known immediately. It is then, after a certain period of time, rumors about a good nursery (as well as about a bad one) spread themselves. precisely, they are not spread by themselves, but carried by people. Those people who have already come across this nursery. And this is a large share of buyers. But still the bulk of buyers. “advertising victims”. Alas, we are all. children of their time, and nowadays advertising. trade engine. Not cheap, I must say, the engine.
“The miser pays twice”. so the Russian proverb says.
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The Scottish cat looks adorable, she has a cute round face and huge innocent eyes. The cat’s coat looks like plush, pleasant to the touch.
- a strong muscular body that is in the correct proportions;
- correctly developed short neck;
- the head is round and medium in size, the cheeks are well developed;
- the ears are set wide apart and have tapered tips;
- paws are small, thick;
- the tail is voluminous, short in length, its base is wide, and the end is pointed;
- the eyes are large, round, widely spaced, protruding, blue, yellow, orange or almost red;
- the coat is thin, densely covers the body of the cat, the color can be of any shade.
The Scottish cat is of medium size. An adult pet weighs 3.5 to 6 kilograms. Newborn kittens have some defect in the structure of the spine, tail and limbs. When born, all babies have ears that look normal. When the kittens are 3 weeks old, a crease begins to form on their ears.
By the age of one month, babies already show lop-earedness.
As for the wool covering of the body of cats, nature has done an excellent job on this issue. Scots have a luxurious fur coat in a wide palette of shades, or their coat can be monochromatic and have a tiger, marble, spotted pattern. Animals look spectacular, the main color of which is white with colored spots.
- Wang. This breed has a white coat and several spots on its head. Tail color is monochromatic.
- Harlequin. Only a fifth of the animal’s body is painted white, large spots of a different shade may be present on the fur coat, and most often they are located on the head, back, croup. The tail is usually the same color. If the color of the cat is predominantly white, then her eyes are usually blue.
- Bicolor. Only half of the pet’s body is painted white. The cat has a white collar on its neck, and on its face there is a white spot in the form of an inverted swoosh.
Many breeders prefer the Scottish cat’s solid color, but the coat color of the animal can be different.
- Pure white color without impurities. Some kittens may have spots at birth, but they disappear as they grow up.
- The black color in the animal is usually present from the root of the hair to the tip. Such a cat will have black muzzle and even nose. A factor for disqualification is the presence of white, rusty or brown hairs on the fur coat of an animal, as well as a gray undercoat.
- The blue color must be uniform. Scots can be painted in any shade of blue as standard. Among the disadvantages of this color are the presence of white hairs, a rusty and brown shade, as well as a different shade of wool and undercoat.
- There is also a lilac coat with a pink tint. The nose of this cat usually has a lavender pink tint. The undercoat is gray, and patterns may be present on the coat.
- The red (red) color should be uniform and rich. On the top of the head and on the paws, there may be a slight pattern in the form of half rings. In such representatives of the breed, the tip of the tail has a light shade.
There are also Scottish tortoiseshell cats that combine black, red, cream, blue and chocolate colors. All of these shades are evenly mixed throughout the body of the animal. The undercoat of these animals is gray, and the nose is two-colored.
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The advantages of the breed include the following features:
- sociability, attachment to a person, good mental development;
- independence and restraint;
- attractiveness of appearance, uniqueness of the image due to lop-earedness and huge eyes;
- undemanding care;
- profusion of molting;
- possible rancor;
- hyperactivity of kittens;
- lack of a sense of proportion in food consumption;
- the likelihood of health problems.
The Scottish cat has its own positive and negative characteristics, but they are extremely individual, since each representative of the breed has its own character.
This breed is the result of natural genetic mutations. About 50 years ago in Scotland, a kitten with small hanging ears was born to an ordinary domestic cat. The animal was pretty pretty, however, for many years features of its appearance were considered defects. In the next generation, after crossing a female with an ordinary yard cat, several babies with hanging ears were born. from that moment the history of the Scottish cat breed began.
This animal is a direct descendant of the British shorthair cat. A feature of this breed is that both lop-eared and straight-eared representatives are born in the same litter. This is due to the mandatory presence of one straight parent. Thus, lop-earedness is transmitted to offspring in 50% of cases.
It is forbidden to bring a lop-eared representative with the same, as it is forbidden, since kittens are born with defects.
By the 70s of the last century, the breeding of Scots was not so intensive, since in England they came to the conclusion that babies are born with problems of musculoskeletal function. Later, geneticists corrected this mutation without harming the kittens’ health. After 10 years, the Scots gained popularity, and the breed standards for these animals were determined. Since 1994, the Scottish breed has been officially recognized in the American Cat Fanciers Association, separately highlighting both Fold and Straight cats.
Scottish cats: types of breed, features of maintenance and upbringing
The Scottish cat can become a favorite pet and even a member of the family. This breed has several varieties, which have both common features and significant differences. Our article is dedicated to this fluffy representative of the fauna, which has an elegant appearance and a good disposition.
Scottish kitten, while still small, has the habits of an adult representative of the breed. At 2 months old babies are affectionate, inquisitive and very playful.
This animal is characterized by kindness, however, despite the external cuteness and similarity to a plush toy, this cat is quite wayward and willful. An adult does not show aggression and is loyal to young children, but is always able to stand up for himself if she is hurt or uncomfortable.
The behavior of the Scotsman testifies to his sociability, desire to contact the owner, to play outdoor games. An already grown cat often does dirty tricks behind a person’s back. This pet is not touchy or vindictive, but rather jealous. The Scottish cat will try to be the center of attention of the whole family no matter what.
The pet loves to sit in the arms of its owner at any time of the day. This creature is intelligent and docile, as well as easygoing and balanced. The Scots make soft sounds in the form of meows, but they do this infrequently. They are not characterized by constant snorting.