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Scotch Wrinkle Longhair Preface
In 1961, the first Scotch fold found by William Ross, a German sheepherder, was a specie called Susie, who was living in Scotland. Since then the wrinkles have evolved into a round and nice familys pet with a marvellous temperament. She was a sturdy longhair dog and the kitty lovers raised her with different races like Persian, American Shorthairs, Exotic Shorthairs and even Myanmar to get the round, cute look of the Scotch Fold that we like nowadays.
Any Scotch Folder who lives today can retrace his lineage back to the pristine Suzie. ottish folds are smart, curious and loyally to their families. The most pleated ear wrinkles fit like plains to look around when they hears. It is one of the sweetest things to see a folder seat like a person who is called "the Buddha sitting" for many in the folding world....they look like they need a radio and an armchair.
Today Scotish Folds are thoroughly cultivated by seasoned growers to create wholesome, lucky kitties that you can live a life of pleasure. Scotch Folds are available in all colours and designs of the Tradtional and Pointed Divisions as well as in long and shortshirts. Scotish folds have round faces, round-eyed and round-bodied.
One of the things that makes them so special is the small, sweet, folded ear, which folds forward and is tight enough to adjust the top of their head to look like an orl. Were you aware that all Scotch folding kitties are bred with right-eared cats? Yes, they look like any other neonatal cat until their ear folds between 18 and 24 working hours, but only if they bear the genetic make-up that causes the wrinkle in their ear.
Usually 50% of the litters are folded and the remainder are what growers call ear wrinkles, which are just as wonderful and usually a little cheaper!