There is nothing a Scottish Fold, named for their folded ears, likes better than to be with their people, taking part in whatever they are doing. As the name suggests, Scottish Folds originate from Scotland, and they can all trace their ancestry back to a barn cat named Susie that had actually folded ears and worked as a mouser. These cats are sensitive, expressive, and also active. They enjoy to play and also are not the best cats to leave home alone. They prefer a companion, even another cat, to keep them company. If you can provide this caring feline with the attention they crave and stay up to date with their demands, they just might be the new furry member of the family you're seeking.
Affectionate with Family
Some cat breeds are commonly independent and aloof, even if they have actually been raised by the exact same person since kittenhood, others bond carefully to one person and are indifferent to everyone else, and also some shower the whole family with affection. Breed isn't the only element that goes into affection levels, cats that were raised inside a home with people around feel more comfortable with humans and bond more quickly.
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