The Scottish Fold has ears that are folded forward. This stocky breed was developed in Scotland during the 1960s.
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Most people say "where are their ears?" ...This is the cat that was found in Scotland and both ears fold forward to give an "earless" or "bonnet" type look to the face. They are similar in shape to a British Shorthair, and come in a multitude of colours. Generally speaking, they like to have their feet on the ground. They make great couch potatoes, and have the sweetest nature of most breeds. Their voice is very soft.
The fold loves to play and enjoys it's owners company. Their activity level is moderate, and many have a peculiar habit of sleeping on their backs. Scottish Folds are never happy to be left alone for long periods of time, so maybe two folds are ideal, and you get twice the love and devotion from this very unique breed.