Good healthy life companions for an affordable price. I have been a lover of cats for many years. I love the unique look and personality of the Scottish Fold in particular. When I first got into the Scottish Fold breed it was by an accidental process. I worked at a doctor's office and we had a client that required a long hospital stay. She asked If anyone would watch a newborn litter of kittens she had since she didn't feel comfortable leaving the little ones alone for that long. I watched them and the fee I received was a wonderful little calico folded female kitten we named Baby. My second cat was a folded black/white bi-color named Rosey. We decided we would name our cattery BabyRose after those first 2 inspiring cats that started us in the direction of this wonderful breed. That was 20 years ago!
Since that time it has been a serious learning curve and a loving journey to get where I am today. The unique look and great personality are a couple of aspects of this breed. The other - almost the best - is their ability to adapt to so many households and the fact that they are a seriously hardy breed. They can be practically self sufficient - to demanding in affection - but they are very rarely sick and keep themselves clean and tidy.
I now work at a vet's office and have for many years. This works well with my Cattery and Kennel. If someone needs vet work - they just go to work with me. All my health protocols and procedures are hand watched by Dr. Vaughan McDowell at the McDowell Animal Clinic in Bentonville Arkansas. All of my puppies and kittens have gone through an extensive vet health protocol and are not put up for sale until they are ready and healthy.
A good reputable breeder is essential. Personality as well as look and health should all come in to play when deciding rather a cat should continue to breed. A breeder that is willing to spay and neuter an animal that is not throwing the quality and healthy kitten that will continue to improve the breed is considered a good breeder. Quality always not quantity is our most concern.
I feel I have made headway in improving the look and health of this wonderful breed - Scottish Fold. Since 1998 I have continually brought in new bloodlines that will improve the current lines that I have. Showing individuals from time to time to get the judges opinion on if I am headed in the right direction.
These cats are my indoor life companions and loving pets FIRST; and I breed very rarely to allow for improvements of the breed and to share this wonderful breed with others.