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Scottish Fold Cat Rehoming and Adoption

Scottish Fold Cat Rehoming and Adoption

Do you need to rehome a Scottish Fold cat or kitten? Are you thinking about adopting a Scottish Fold? Cat Rehoming Network is dedicated to finding good homes for pre-loved cats, and finding great cats for very good homes.

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Scottish Fold Cat Rehoming Services

Are you in the difficult situation of having to rehome a Scottish Fold cat or kitten? We can help! Our cat rehoming team are experts in finding good homes for pre-loved cats and kittens. We can find your Scottish Fold a very loving forever home safely and effectively through our proven pet rehoming process. Feel free to contact our cat rehoming team with any questions.

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All About Scottish Fold Cats and Kittens


This adorable curly eared cat originally occurred as a spontaneous mutation in farm cats in Scotland.

The original Scottish Fold was a white, fold eared cat named “Susie”, and today’s Scottish Folds are all descendants of this remarkable Scottish kitty. The breed is best known for this unusual feature; small, tightly folded ears, that give it an almost “pixie-like” appearance.

The Scottish Folds’ firm chin, prominent cheek pads and large, expressive eyes give the breed’s round face a very sweet, appealing expression.

The short haired Scottish Fold has a short, plush, dense coat that comes in parti-colors, shadeds, smokes, solids and tabbies. The long-haired members of the breed have beautiful flowing coats featuring the same array of colors and patterns as their short haired counterparts.

Scottish Folds come in two types: folded ear and straight (normal) ear. Scottish Fold kittens are born with straight ears, and if they are going to fold, this will occur at about three to four weeks of age.

Scottish Folds are healthy, robust cats, much like their barnyard ancestors. They have exceptionally sweet personalities to match their elfin faces, and have endearing tiny voices that sound more like a squeak than a meow.

Scottish Folds are extremely affectionate. They adore human companionship and adapt to almost any home situation, whether you live in an apartment or a country acreage.

They get along well with children, dogs and other pets. If you are looking for a calm, affectionate, adorable and healthy cat for your family, the Scottish Fold may just be the purr-fect choice!

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