Scottish Fold Munchkin cat video

Basil Farrow!

ronan farrow cat, daily tv show msnbcIt’s always adorable when he looks up, with his round earless head.

He loves to watch his father’s TV show, Ronan Farrow Daily (every weekday, 10am PT / 1pm ET, on MSNBC). Basil Farrow seems to be rolling on the floor laughing at Ronan’s Bengazi pun.

Someone is watching you… Often, I’ll turn to see this round face peeking at me.

Big sideways paws are great for dangling.

Doesn’t Basil look like a teddy bear or owl?

cat big yellow eyes peekingHe has the tiniest folded ears, which he can move and flip back.

His ears need to be cleaned, since they are so small and tightly folded.

And while he is a “shorthair fur” Scottish Fold / British Shorthair, he has so much fluff that he needs to be Furminated regularly.

Look at the thick folds of fur, which look like cracks or slices of bread.

That’s a bear for sure.

Scottish Folds are so cute from the side view: short snout, no nose. Similar to Persians, but less pushed in.

What a kitten! For more Basil, visit his Facebook and see updates on our LaCarmina Tumblr.

scottish fold dangling pawsYawn, time for bed!


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Since many of you were curious about Japanese “neko” magazines, here are some images from my collection. I got these zines at Book-Off (the used bookstore with many locations) for $1.50-3 each. New issues are sold at Kinokuniya and other major bookshops.

Crea Cat is my favorite of the bunch, since the pages emphasize cute photography, layouts and costumes. The Scottish Fold, with a bow-tie and speech bubble, is a perfect example.

triple folded ears, fold eared catJapanese “kawaii” is all about big, anime eyes… so this white fur foldy is the ideal model.

I laughed so hard at this squish-faced Exotic Shorthair in a wig.

The magazine has a number of fun features, such as an article about the origins of different cat breeds. Scottish folds are of course from Scotland!

How ridiculous is this? “We are zura cats” means cats who look like they are wearing wigs, or black hairpieces…

This fold-eared fellow even has dark sideburns! Once again, the magazine puts him in a bow-tie, and takes photos from angles that emphasize his plumpness.

Unlike Western cat magazines, the layout is more “kawaii”, and you’ll find a lot of Scottish Folds and kitty costumes in the mix.

Here’s a feature about Japanese women and their cat companions. I spot an owl-face in there…

Japan’s cat magazines also do stories about famous felines, such as the stationmaster cat who wears a conductor’s cap.

cat yawning,  big mouth Support the blog by liking La Carmina's Facebook Page. 猫の雑誌 crea cat magazine japan

If it's an older dog

by Moosewood

It may already have a jistory of aggression with cats. Puppies raised with cats (esp goldens) usually do well with them. It helps to have a laid back cat that doesn't freak and run as that stirs up the prey drive. My boxers live with 2 cats (an old persian and fat mulazy munchkin) and other than occasionally annoying them trying to get attention, they leave them alone. They, however, were raised with these cats, and both know their boundries. From the described injuries, the dog bit the cat many times (is the cat declawed?). That's not good. You are at high risk of it happening again, especially if you don't know what the trigger for the attack was

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What breed is this cat?

What type of cat is this (why are his ears so small?) ? and where can i get one? i've looked everywhere and no luck. doesnt matter his/her color.

thank you!
i want one with his/her ears the same way!!

It's a Scottish Fold "Munchkin" kitten. I'm pretty sure I've seen this cat before on YouTube.

It has the short legs because of a birth defect that can be passed down to offspring. They are called "Munchkins". It is sad that some people breed for this.

The short looking ears are actually "folded". Scottish Folds have this characteristic but are also unique in their conformation. SFs are beautiful cats.

If it's not the same cat I saw then its just the way the photo was taken and it is just a Scottish Fold rather…

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