Scottish Fold Cat

Illustrations of the Scottish Fold Cat in assorted postures

The Scottish Fold cat, originally named lop-eared, is a domestic cat breed with a naturally occurring mutation that folds the ears forward and downward. This unique and distinctive physical trait of the Scottish Fold paired with its reputation of being sweet and loving make this cat a highly sought-after companion. Aside from its down-turned ears, the Scottish Fold cat has a round head and body, can either be short or long-haired, and can be a variety of color combinations. Noted for resembling that of a teddy-bear, the Scottish Fold amplifies its innocence through quiet meowing and sleeping on its back.

Side elevation of a Scottish Fold Cat comparing it to the size of a person

The typical Scottish Fold Cat has an overall height of 8.0”-10.0" (20-25 cm) and body length of 14.0”-16.0” (36-41 cm). An average Scottish Fold Cat weighs between 9-13 lb (4-6 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 11-14 years.


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8.0”-10.0" | 20-25 cm
14.0”-16.0” | 36-41 cm
9-13 lb | 4-6 kg
11-14 years


Drawings include:
Scottish Fold Cat side profile (walking), side (sitting), front (sitting), front (standing)

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Cats (Felis catus), often referring to as domestic or house cats, are small carnivorous mammals that are typically domesticated as pets by humans. First kept for the task of hunting mice, cats today remain popular pets because of their companionship. Cat breeds vary by origin, size, and coat types.