I'At Miyagi Scottish Folds we have taken something which started as a passion and turned it into a successful hobby. Our animals are bred to have friendly dispositions and to fit in seamlessly as incredible family pets. Since 2000, we have been located in the Edmonton area where we live together with our animals. We breed responsibly and according to the best breeding practices; we stand by every kitten we produce and provide an exceptional health guarantee. m a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It's easy.
Scottish Fold is one of the most amazing cat breeds as they are known to be friendly and calm. Because of this temperament, they work very well in a home with children and cat-friendly dogs. They are also known to get along well with other household cats. These felines are fond of attention and playtime. They are known to follow their owners around and enjoy a game of fetch. This breed can also be vocal and enjoy having conversations with their owners, but don't worry, their voices tend to be on the softer side. Since this breed requires a good deal of attention, these cats need a home that has the time to devote to them. If your potential cat will be left at home for several hours a day, you may want to consider a playmate for your cat.
British Shorthair are known to be a friendly, calm breed that has a quiet voice and is an undemanding companion. They are not overly affectionate, but tend to get along just fine with everyone. They are mellow and tolerate of other pets and even though they may not seek out snuggles at every opportunity, they're happy to be scooped up for a good cuddle. If you are looking for a best buddy who stays as calm as cucumber and doesn't pester you, this might be the feline for you. British shorthair are known to be a very solid, healthy breed.
We are proud to be a member of the International Cat Association; it is "the largest and leading genetic registry of cats around the world".
However, we must add the following statement from TICA:
This cattery has NOT been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc."