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  1. Munchkin & Scottish Fold / Bengal, Himalayan, Manx, Persian, & Siamese

    https://www.facebook.com/jmlcats 417-631-6824 417-631-6958 My husband and I have combined our shared passion for extreme looks and love for cats and have started a small hobby breeding of a few of our pets. We are just getting started, please like and share our page. -Why We Do What We Do- In the same way that inbreeding among human populations can increase the frequency of normally rare genes that cause diseases, the selective breeding that created the hundreds of modern cat breeds has put ...

  2. Scottish Fold Hybrids
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    4 Litters of Scottish Fold Hybrid Kittens due in the next 6 weeks get on our list now, They will go fast. 417-631-6824 417-631-6958 https://www.facebook.com/jmlcats Male is Black Foldex Females are due as follows: Marble Bengal Standard Munchkin Tortie Point Siamese Seal Point Himalayan

  3. Scottish Fold - George - Medium - Senior - Male - Cat

    Scottish Fold - George - Medium - Senior - Male - Cat To help facilitate adoptions we adopt only within a 200 radius from of Lincoln Nebraska and we cannot ship cats. CHARACTERISTICS: Breed: Scottish Fold Size: Medium Petfinder ID: 21691902 ADDITIONAL INFO: Pet has been spayed/neutered CONTACT: The Cat House | Lincoln, NE | 402-441-9593 For additional information, reply to this ad or see: http://www.petfinder.com/petnote/displaypet.cgi?petid=21691902 Brought to you by Petfinder.com

  4. Scottish Fold - Tilty - Medium - Adult - Female - Cat

    Scottish Fold - Tilty - Medium - Adult - Female - Cat Tilty is waiting for just the right person, she's looking for you. Tilty is a beautiful blue and white straight eared Scottish Fold born in 2005. She is missing an eardrum in her left ear, this makes her hold her head to the left. This is not a health problem, it only affects the way she holds her head and views her world. Dispite that she loves to play, to chase balls, and her other feline friends. She's quick to purr and love to have her head ...

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