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There are three degrees of mutation, from slight to extreme folds that the cats can display.
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Folds are also known for sitting with their legs stretched out and their paws on their belly. Lilac coloured adult Scottish Fold, displaying round face, round eyes and forward-folded ears. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
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You are here: Home / Cat Facts & Fun / Cat Ears Down or Back? A Guide To What does it mean and why do cats put their ears down Cat ears. Owners can consider the “airplane ears” to be early ear-warnings to back off and stop whatever has prompted the cat to feel threatened. Watch for ears pressed back or sideways. If your cat is nervous, fearful or anxious , she is likely to press her ears down. If her ears are completely pressed back.
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Universities Federation for Animal Welfare. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Scottish Fold. In the wild, ear tufts help pick up sound vibrations. Scottish Folds, whether with folded ears or with normal ears, are typically good-natured and placid and adjust to other animals within a household extremely well. This condition causes the fold in the breed and in studies conducted so far, all folded cats are affected by it.
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The short answer is, it's not happy. But cats are emotionally complex creatures so when a cat's ears go back they could be experiencing a. Owners can consider the “airplane ears” to be early ear-warnings to back off and stop whatever has prompted the cat to feel threatened. The Scottish Fold is a breed of domestic cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that affects The original cats only had one fold in their ears, but due to selective breeding, Despite the folded ears, folds still use their aural appendages to express themselves—the ears swivel to listen, lie back in anger and prick up when.