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Scottish Fold

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Scottish fold kittens can be viewed on most picture sites featuring cat breeds. There are two types of these cats: with folded ears and with normal straight ears. The average cat of this breed is medium-sized, with a rounded and well-padded body. The coat is short, dense and resilient; the hair on the tail may be long. Scottish fold kittens can be viewed on most picture sites featuring cat breeds.

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Scottish Fold

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Scottish Fold

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This breed originated in 1961 when a cat with ears folded forward and downward on the head was found. Together with large round eyes it gave the impression of a teddy-bear that captured the hearts of many cat fanciers. The breed was registered by the CFA in 1978. Scottish fold kittens can be viewed on most picture sites featuring cat breeds.

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