A Cat of Scottish Origin
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A Cat of Scottish Origin

by Yoshihide Danjoh
(Musashino, Tokyo, Japan)

Scottish Fold cat

Scottish Fold cat

The Scottish Fold is a cat of Scottish origin. It has ears that hang down because of mutation. The history of Scottish Fold's breeding started from its discovery in 1961, less than 50 years ago.

A lot of Japanese love cats very much. I am of course one of these people. The Scottish Fold, because of its pretty looks and calm character, mildness, and friendliness, is popular among a lot of Japanese.

I want to touch this kind of cat by all means when there is a chance.

Thanks for reading.


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