The personality of Scottish Fold/ Highland Fold Cats
Scottish Fold Shorthair (straight)
Scottish Fold Longhair
Scottish Fold Folded Ear
The unique intelligent personality of a Scottish Fold originated from the British Shorthair. The folded-eared cat has a royalty point of view but doesn’t allow itself to get involved in barbaric mischief. The cute-eyed breed won’t nag its owner for anything, keeping its temper unseen. The Scottish Straight will domesticate itself to be polite and prideful like their round-faced brothers.
These cats prefer to avoid long trips or over-tiring activities. Both breeds do, though, enjoy a little walk near home, and calling these adorable cats lazy, would be a misunderstanding. Scottish Fold and Scottish Straight are up for the job when precise aim and excellent hunting skills are needed.
The owner doesn’t need to worry a single bit about leaving the cat home alone. Scratching the couch, jumping on shelves, and stealing food from the counter, will be nonexistent in your household. The soft fluff balls don’t find interest in those things, but finding a corner and sleeping, is the right thing to do for them when no one is home.
Due to their skeletal structure, the folded and pointed ears of cats are flexible. They can hold a specific position for a reasonable amount of time. These victorious cats can be taught tricks and quickly make their lucky owner laugh by standing upright and looking like an oversized prairie dog.
It isn’t easy to imagine a more prideful, courageous, and loyal cat breed than our Scottish friends. Scottish Folds/Straights can bond quickly with only one group of people, or even sometimes, just one person is the closest to them. They give all their love, snuggles, and time to that person. It may become a problem if their owner has to constantly for an extended period go away from home. These cats hate being lonely and will miss being social. Scottish Fold kittens, also called Highland Fold come from the Highlands of Scotland, where this ear-folded cat was first discovered.