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Scottish Folds

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Scottish folds are available through a rescue and many catteries. The shape of the ears was due to a genetic mutation, and many specialists were suspicious about the relevance of promoting the breed. They thought, this might cause ear infection and therefore, refused to register the breed. It was not until the 1970s that the cat was officially recognized. Scottish folds are available through a rescue and many catteries.

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Scottish Fold

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Scottish Folds

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This breed was developed in the 1960s in Scotland. The first cat of this type was a white female, named Susie. She was quite common as to the general appearance, but her lopped ears gave her an exquisite owlish appearance. Scottish folds are available through a rescue and many catteries.

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