Scottish short eared cat – what breed is the Scotch fold eared cat

       Generally speaking, Scotch fold eared cat has the genetic gene of British short hair cat. After understanding the history of lower Scotch fold eared cat, all the fold eared cat you see in the world now all originated from the same ancestor, a white female cat named Susie. Because it was found on a Scottish farm, it is called Scotch fold eared cat. In the initial breeding process, breeders didn’t know this fact. They used folded ears and folded ears, which directly led to serious skeletal deformity, premature aging and even death. The obvious manifestations are the wrong number of toes, too short of the legs, the tail, protruding joints, stiffness or too short. Such cats are not healthy, such as encounter to pay more attention to. Therefore, breeding was forbidden in Europe for a time, but in the United States, breeders did not give up this lovely breed. They explored the breeding criteria of folding ear cats: folding ears and standing ears. This can effectively improve the deformity of bones on the folded eared cats and breed healthy cats. In terms of professional breeding, the CFA has approved the following breeds: 1) Scottish standing eared cat 2) British short haired cat 3) American short haired cat 4) Scotch fold eared cat

       I can only use parents to explain why we have to separate the two kinds of cats. The reason is that some of them were actually fold eared cats when they were young, but their ears stood up after they grew up because of genetic instability. But according to the breeding regulations, if you don’t know that he is a fake ear cat and bred with a broken ear cat, are you a tragedy

       If a female cat is not easy to distinguish a male cat from a female cat, a cat with a big ear and a big face and a bad eye may have a rounder face and a rounder eye

       Basically, it’s still up to parents to tell

       The erect and folded ears of the Scotch cat are as follows:

       1. The ears of a cat with folded ears are crooked. If the ears are folded well, they look like they have no ears;

       2. The standing ear cat belongs to the cat with folded ears. However, it has not inherited the gene showing the broken ears (i.e. the ears are bent, and the well folded ones look like they have no ears);

       3. There is a fold ear gene in the cat’s gene, so it can produce a cat with broken ears, but the probability is smaller than that of a cat with a broken ear.

       Scotch eared cats are expensive,

       There are 3500 blue cats with folded ears. Some of them are good-natured and have noble bloodlines. They all have 8000. British short hair cats are generally around 1800, and milk yellow about 3000. The probability of ear fold in a litter is 40% – 50%. It takes 4-5 months for a baby cat to see whether the ear is folded, so folding the ear will be more expensive.

       Extended data:

       British short haired cat, plump body, thick short developed limbs, short and dense hair, big head, round face, gentle and quiet, friendly to people, easy to raise. Large, round eyes vary in color depending on the coat. As an ancient cat breed, its history can be traced back to the ancient Roman domestic cat. Because of its long breeding history, it can be regarded as a model in the cat family. In addition to the fixed and representative genetic characteristics, British short haired cats also have rich variability, such as back coat color, eye color and so on. More importantly, with a wide history of mating, the cat has a healthier body and a more tame personality.

       Source: Baidu Encyclopedia: British short haired cat

       Scottish Fold ear cat expensive, fold ear blue cat to 3500, some products and noble blood line, there are 8000. British short hair cats are generally around 1800, and milk yellow about 3000. The probability of ear fold in a litter is 40% – 50%. It takes 4-5 months for a baby cat to see whether the ear is folded, so folding the ear will be more expensive.

       Extended data:

       1. Felis silvestris catus (scientific name: scottish fold) is a cat with gene mutation in the ear. Since the cat was first found in Scotland, it is named after its place of discovery and its physical characteristics.

       2. This cat has a fold in the cartilage that bends the ear forward and points to the front of the head. Because of this, this kind of cat has congenital orthopedic disease, when often uses the sitting posture to alleviate the pain.

       3. It is said that in 1961, a female cat in a shepherd’s house in Scotland gave birth to a litter of kittens, including a strange kitten. It has white fur, tight ears and an owl like face. Since its origin is close to Scotland’s Cooper Angus, it has been named “Scotch fold eared cat” according to the place of birth and the phenomenon of ear fold down.

       Reference: Baidu Encyclopedia: Scottish folding ear cat

       Of course, Scotch eared cats are expensive~~

       3500 blue cats with broken ears

       The milky color of 3000 is of course a good product

       It’s usually from this price

       Some of the best and noble blood have 8000..

       In general, the folded ears in the varieties with folded ears are healthy only when they are produced by the straight ears in the varieties with folded ears

       And the probability of ear fracture in a litter is 40% – 50%

       It takes 4-5 months for a baby cat to see if her ears are broken.

       So folding ears are very precious. Be good to each other, fold your ears and be pure. More precious~~

       I prefer the white folded ears, invincible and lovely. The head is like a compass. It looks like a dumpling.

       British short haired cats are generally around 1800, which is almost as short as the United States

       Tiger spot class ~ ~ lovely is, her head and neck like a lot of luxury necklace. My friend’s house has one..

       But I don’t think short hair is good. She lost her hair, too. She was pretty good.

       And short hair is very difficult to pick up, no long hair easy to take care of..

       Folding ears are cute

       English short is noble

       You can do it ~ ~ ha ha. ~~Cats are really cute guys~~

       The Scotch fold eared cat is much more expensive, and the Scotch fold eared cat is born to the British Shorthair cat. In fact, it is a variant like the white one. Of course, it is rare and precious. Now many people don’t know that both parents use the Scotch fold eared cat. Although this kind of kitten can improve the birth rate of eared cats, most of the kittens born have congenital defects.

       Scotch cat with folded ears

       Scotch fold eared cats inherit the hard-working character of their distant ancestors, so they have strong adaptability and can be calm in unfamiliar environment. Scotch fold eared cat is very popular, so the price of Scotch fold eared cat has become a matter of concern. The price of Scotch fold eared cat is defined according to bloodline, cat size and purebred, so the price will be different.

       1. Price of Scotch fold eared cat

       The price of Scottish Fold eared cats is generally between 3000 and 10000 for young cats and more than 7000 for adult cats. If it is a race level or pedigree certificate, the price should be at least 10000 or more. You can choose according to your own economic conditions.

       2. Scottish jacketed cat character

       Scottish jacketed cats are born with a sweet personality, and they have a sweet personality like candy. Scotch eared cats are involved in everything you do, but usually just quietly, but don’t make a sound to disturb you. Although their sports talent is average, it doesn’t mean they don’t like playing, but they prefer to be accompanied by their owners. Scottish jacketed cats like to sleep on their backs, and when they’re idle, they sit there looking out the window like otters.

       Normal pet level, one to more than 3000 for the normal range

       As long as there is a broken ear gene, it’s impossible to have 100% normal bones, just a serious and slight difference.

       The hereditary skeletal genetic disease of the cat with broken ears is called “abnormal development of cartilage and ossification”. The age of onset generally ranges from two months to six months. Recent cases have shown that adult cats with broken ears also have a chance to develop the disease.

       At the initial stage of the disease, the cat will show no activity, and then the movement will be obstructed. Obvious symptoms include limping of the hind limbs, frequent lifting of the hands, arched back, walking like walking on stilts, etc.

       But folded ears and drooping ears are a genetic defect. They often stand not because they like it or because they become fine, but to relieve the pain when the disease occurs.

       In 1971, GCCF, the UK’s largest cat club, stopped accepting the cat because of a genetic disease with severe skeletal lesions found in the cat.

       The obvious symptoms of bone genetic diseases are as follows

       1. The tail is thick and short, stiff and inflexible, and the tail of some sick cats can’t swing;

       2. The hind limbs are too short with unusual curvature, augmentation or mass;

       3. The joints of limbs were swollen;

       4. The hind paw is extremely thick. If you observe carefully, when the cat sits upright, the pillow meat of the hind paw cannot touch the ground;

       5. Nail growth is abnormal.

       In some cats with severe illness, bone lesions will slowly spread to the spine, paralyzing the cat and causing great pain. When the cat can’t bear the pain, the owner has to put the cat to death.

       Su Zhe is actually a kind of British short, after all, Scotland is also a part of Britain!

       As for the blue color, both the vertical ear and the folded ear are of folded ear lineage, but some are dominant genes and some are invisible genes.

       The dominant gene can only be mated with recessive gene, British or American.

       Su Zhe gave birth to half of the kittens born either overt or invisible.

       The blue ones have no broken ear genes, and if they were pure English short ones, they would not have been able to produce a cat with broken ears.

       Simply put, Scotch fold ear is the English short with the gene for broken ear.

       The cat with folded ears is not a breed, which is not recognized by professional organizations. It is not a breed. It is a cat with genetic diseases. All foreign countries breed the cat in static cat houses

       As long as there is a broken ear gene, it’s impossible to have 100% normal bones, just a serious and slight difference.

       The hereditary skeletal genetic disease of the cat with broken ears is called “abnormal development of cartilage and ossification”. The age of onset generally ranges from two months to six months. Recent cases have shown that adult cats with broken ears also have a chance to develop the disease.

       At the initial stage of the disease, the cat will show no activity, and then the movement will be obstructed. Obvious symptoms include limping of the hind limbs, frequent lifting of the hands, arched back, walking like walking on stilts, etc.

       But folded ears and drooping ears are a genetic defect. They often stand not because they like it or because they become fine, but to relieve the pain when the disease occurs.

       In 1971, GCCF, the largest cat club in the UK, banned the use of cats with broken ears because of a genetic disease with severe bone lesions found in them.

       The obvious symptoms of bone genetic diseases are as follows

       1. The tail is thick and short, stiff and inflexible, and the tail of some sick cats can’t swing;

       2. The hind limbs are too short with unusual curvature, augmentation or mass;

       3. The joints of limbs were swollen;

       4. The soles of the hind feet are abnormally thick. If you observe carefully, when the cat sits upright, the pillow meat of the hind paw cannot touch the ground;

       5. Nail growth is abnormal.

       In some cats with severe illness, bone lesions will slowly spread to the spine, paralyzing the cat and causing great pain. When the cat can’t bear the pain, the owner has to put the cat to death.