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Vlasta

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Breed: Scottish Straight
Gender: Female
Color: ny12 Black Golden Shell
Date of Birth: November 3, 2023
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Introducing Vlasta, the adorable and charming purebred Scottish Straight kitten - a true delight with a playful and affectionate personality! With her soft and fluffy coat and expressive eyes, Vlasta is sure to win your heart and become a cherished member of your family.

At just a few months old, Vlasta already displays the hallmark features of the Scottish Straight breed - including her straight ears, round face, and cuddly personality.

Our Delivery Options

Select "In Person Pickup" at checkout and get Free Delivery to the following Airports:

  • Los Angeles (LAX)

We provide food, water, and comfort for your kitten's journey - we care about our babies!

We will book the flight and give you all needed information to pick up your kitten. You have to show your ID and number of AWB at the airline’s facility.

Please see our shipping policy for more information.

For delivery to any airports not listed above, the shipping price is $580.

We provide food, water, and comfort for your kitten's journey - we care about our babies!

We book the flight and give you all needed information to pick up your kitten. You will have to show your ID and number of AWB at the airline’s facility.

Please see our shipping policy for more information.

With a Nanny Delivery, our courier is flying together with your kitten, and sits with them for the whole flight. Price is $970 (exclusions may apply -depending on the destination).

We'll book the flight and give you all needed information to pick up your kitten.

Please see our shipping policy for more information.

Adoption Package

1 Year Genetic Health Guarantee1 Year Genetic Health Guarantee
Veterinary Health CertificateVeterinary Health Certificate
FIV/FeLVFIV/FeLV
Pet PassportPet Passport
FPRCV VaccinesFPRCV Vaccines
DewormingDeworming
Rabies ShotRabies Shot
MicrochipMicrochip

The Scottish Straight cat breed is a close relative of the Scottish Fold, and is essentially the same cat but with straight ears.

In terms of physical characteristics, Scottish Straights are medium-sized cats with round, stocky bodies and short, sturdy legs. They have thick, plush fur that comes in a variety of colors and patterns, including black, white, blue, red, cream, and tortoiseshell. Their eyes are large, round, and expressive, with colors ranging from gold to green to blue.

While Scottish Straights may not have the unique appearance of the folded-eared Scottish Folds, they are still a charming and delightful breed in their own right. They have a classic, timeless look that is both elegant and playful. Scottish Straights are also generally healthy cats, with fewer health concerns than their folded-eared counterparts.

Scottish Straights have a similar temperament to Scottish Folds, being sweet and affectionate cats that are gentle and easygoing. They make excellent pets for families, as well as for single individuals or couples. Like their folded-eared cousins, Scottish Straights are intelligent and easily trained, making them ideal for those who want a cat that can learn tricks and obey commands.

It's important to note that breeding Scottish Folds and Scottish Straights together is not recommended, as it can lead to health problems in the resulting kittens. This is because the gene that causes the folded ears in Scottish Folds is a dominant gene, and breeding a Scottish Fold with a Scottish Straight can result in kittens with two copies of the gene, which can cause health problems.

If you're considering adding a Scottish Straight to your family, it's important to find a reputable breeder who is knowledgeable about the breed and takes good care of their cats. Scottish Straights can be expensive, so it's important to be prepared to invest in quality food, veterinary care, and other necessities.

This breed is the cousin of the Scottish fold, which originated in Scotland in the 1960s, when a local shepherd noticed a cat with unusual ears on his farm. Unlike the Scottish Fold, the cat's ears stood straight up, rather than folding forward.

Since Scottish Folds cannot be bred with each other or Scottish Straights (due to genetic health concerns), American or British Shorthair cats are a common parent companion for breeding. A litter with one Scottish fold parent typically produces 50% Scottish Folds, and 50% Scottish Straights.