After researching my favorite Scottish Fold breed, I know how important it is to breed a fold with a straight eared cat. The Scottish fold can be bred with either a Scottish Straight, an American Shorthair, or a British Shorthair. We were lucky enough to find the beautiful American Shorthair Inzhyr of Millas Kats, and decided to use him for our breeding program in the past.
We have recently acquired the handsome blue eyed, all white Imprimis Raphaelle, a Scottish Straight male, and are looking forward to seeing his first litter born. We also have our cameo boy, Lynzkatz Tyrian, who has already sired a few beautiful litters. We have five queens currently (only four are of age for breeding as of Nov 2021), one from Russia and two from Ukraine and two born in my home. Not all kittens will be born with folded ears, which makes them so rare. In fact, ears do not show the fold until at least 21 days of age. However, both straight eared and folded eared kittens are equally amazing, with the great temperament they are known for.
All of my kittens will have age appropriate vaccines and be Felv, FIP, and PKD negative. Kittens are CFA registered. They come from a loving, socialized environment where they are part of our family, and will not leave our home until they are 14 – 16 weeks old. If you are interested, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org