Scottish Fold Kitten
Scottish Fold Kitten– The cats belonging to this breed are also called Coupari in Canada. The result of a dominant genetic mutation in these cats is such that the cartilages of their ears have a permanent fold, often up to three to four folds at times. There folds are towards outside. The cats are born with normal ears during birth. But as they reach about twenty one days of age their ears starts folding. They are extremely cuddly, humane and friendly in nature.