Welcome to our cattery!

My name is Marina, and I'm TICA registered breeder of scottish fold and scottish straight kittens and a proud owner of KISS'A'FOLD cattery in Dallas Fort-Worth area, Texas.
We are a small , home based cattery breeding Scottish Fold and Scottish Straight kittens. Our goal is to produce the best amalgamation of health, temperament, consistent to the breed standards. Our kittens are raised with love, literally underfoot, in a clean and healthy environment. So if you decided to buy a scottish fold or a scottish straight kitten, you are at the right place! All our breeeders are high quality, healthy and were awarded with number of titles and awards at the local and international  cat shows.
There are no cages. All  our pets are our family. We give them lots care and they pay us back with the same.
Scottish fold cats are an adorably unique breed suited to every age, life style, and living arrangement.  Why?
First of all, because of their unique beauty! That baby face will melt your heart. They have bright round soulful eyes, plush coats and  a body  shape that makes them look like a small, cuddly teddy bear.
Second - is their magnetic personalities and keen intelligence. Scottish Folds are smart and loyal to their family. They like to be around people,  following them from room to room. Some can learn cute things like how to open doors and drawers. Some eat and drink with their paws. They like to sit in front of windows and watch the world go by. They will wait patiently  for you to come home from work or school, and greet you with such a happy face once you get there. They are very devoted to their owners and not agreeable about staying with strangers for long. They get along well with children and other pets as well. 
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