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Foldex Cat - Top 10 Facts

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Foldex Cat is a rare mixed breed cat–a cross between the Scottish Fold and Exotic Shorthair breeds developed in the Canadian province of Quebec. These felines are known for being friendly, loving, and highly intelligent.

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In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Foldex Cats that you might not know.

A Quick Overview:
Origin: Canada
Length: Medium
Weight: 5 to 14 pounds
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years

The history of the Foldex begins in 1992 in Quebec, Canada when they first started popping up on the scene. The breed was a big draw when they began appearing in cat shows due to their super cute looks. A lot of the subsequent development of the Foldex is credited to a breeder named Jeanne Barrette. The Foldex was officially granted full championship status by the Canadian Cat Association in 2010.

When it comes to the Foldex's personality, you'll struggle to come across a more loving and peoplefriendly cat breed. These are felines who absolutely love cuddle and snuggle sessions with the humans in their life. At times, you might become convinced you're actually hanging out with a teddy bear as you lounge together on the couch or the bed!

It follows that the Foldex is a cat who adores being petted, which also means they bring a soothing presence to the household. Along with being adorable, the Foldex has a strong inquisitive streak, so make sure to provide smart interactive toys to keep the breed mentally stimulated, along with suitable cat furniture so they can explore and play at their own pace. These sweet felines are also exceptionally approachable, making them a great fit for big families or homes where there's a large amount of people always coming and going.


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