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Scottish Fold behavior behavior

The Scottish Fold is a gentle, loving, curly eared cat, who enjoys nothing more than to display and receive affection. If you are looking for a sweet natured, loving companion, you should definitely consider making the Scottish Fold a part of your family.

The Scottish Fold has one of the sweetest dispositions found among felines. This cat loves to be held and cuddled. He even enjoys being carried around in various positions. This laid back creature is as content lying beside you as you relax on your favorite armchair, as he is in a houseful of playful children. The Scottish Fold makes a terrific house pet. Unlike many other cats, he does not have a predisposition to climbing and jumping on furniture and other household items. The Scottish Fold is not a talkative cat; in fact, he is very quiet. It is very rare that any are able to hear his tiny little voice. He gets along well with other cats and dogs. It is often recommended that the owner of a Scottish Fold get a second cat if they cannot be with their Fold much of the time. The Scottish Fold is a very social animal and greatly needs the company of his human family. This is a very adaptable cat that can adjust to almost any living environment. From apartment living in the city, to living in a large rustic farmhouse; this feline will be quite happy as long as he is not left alone. This is not a demanding cat, unlike other breeds, his only requirements are that you love him like he loves you. His activity level can be described as moderate, while he does love to lie next to you, sometimes even on his back, he also enjoys playing. But typically he likes to play with you not by himself.

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