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History of the Scottish Fold
Susie was the first Scottish Fold. This cat was discovered by William and Mary Ross on a Scottish farm. A few years later, Susie gave birth to several kittens, all of them with the same characteristic: folded ears. The Governing Council of the Cat Fancy registered these kittens. The breed had a little trouble developing, as some deformities appeared, especially in the limbs and tail. Eventually, the problem went away after the crossing with the British Shorthair. The Scottish Fold was not accepted in England. But Mary Ross had managed to export this cat across the Atlantic. In the United States, the Scottish Fold was an immediate success. In France, this cat breed appeared in the 1980s. It is nowadays perfectly adopted by all households.
The Scottish Fold is not so far from its cousin, the British Shorthair. What makes it different? Its little ears are leaning slightly forward. For the rest, he is gentle, attentive, affectionate, calm, and kind to his owner and his family. His character does not have any aggressive traits. Eager for cuddles and attention, he also knows how to adapt perfectly to the presence of children and other animals. A real ball of hair that is impossible to resist. Today Scottish Folds are very popular, especially with the younger generation who used them in their memes. There are even casino slots games themed with them. You can try these games in online casinos for free with the no deposit bonus that you can get from casinochips site. These games are very fun and the best part - you can win real money on them. And who can resist playing a game with a Scottish Fold?
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