The long-haired Scottish Fold cat is a variety that first came to prominence in 1987 and is famous for its owl-like expression.
It is indisputably the twin of the short-haired one, since their origins and morphological characteristics are the same, with one exception which of course concerns the length of the coat.
This was obtained thanks to numerous crosses and in particular by mating the short-haired Scottish Fold with the Persian and the Exotic, which brought them the long-haired gene. The coat is mid-length and does not adhere to the body.
It is soft and supple, abundant and dense. The fur is a bit shorter on the shoulders and ruff and panties are not desired. All colors of the traditional category are admitted.