Scottish Fold Kittens


Scottish Folds were first imported into the United States in 1971. By the mid-1970s, they had been recognized by most cat associations in North America. They can be outcrossed to American Shorthairs and British Shorthairs.



Scottish Fold Kittens

Scottish Fold Kittens is a breed of domestic cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that affects cartilage throughout the body, causing the ears to “fold,” bending forward and down towards the front of the head, which gives the cat what is often described as an “owl-like” appearance.


The best time for a kitten to go to a new loving home is around 3 months old after the kitten gets its second shot and deworming so his immune system is strong enough to adjust to a new environment. Our kittens are born in Los Angeles and been raised in a loving atmosphere ensuring they get enough of attention and care. Kittens are litter trained. They are very affectionate and playful!!! Love people and kids! We commit to healthy and quality reproduction as well as outstanding customer service and experience. We offer 1 year warranty for genetic health problems. Parents are TICA registered. Shipping to another state is available. We ship our kittens with a nanny so it’s less stress for kitten and it’s additional charges. We don’t recommend to ship kittens by Cargo,Enjoy your kitten!




Where to buy a Scottish Fold kitten?

We will start with the fact that the offer on the market for the sale of Scottish Fold kittens is very large. This is due to the fact that so many people do it. All of them do their business differently. For many of them, this is a hobby, not a business! But at the stage of searching for a Scottish Fold kitten, if you are certainly not a professional breeder, this is not very important for you. Many buyers think so. But the reality is different from our assumptions. A little further you can message us on live chat for more inquiries

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