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How much is a Scottish Fold Munchkin kitten?

How much is a Scottish Fold Munchkin kitten?

Scottish Fold Munchkin At A Glance

Other Name Scottish Kilt
Weight 4 – 9 lbs
Lifespan 12 – 15 years
Personality Adaptable, affectionate, & energetic
Price $750 – $3500

How much do Munchkin kitties cost?

How Much Does a Munchkin Cost? It costs around $75-$100 to adopt a Munchkin cat. Conversely, Munchkin cats from a breeder can be extremely expensive and may fall in the $1,000-$2,300 range.

How much does a Scottish kilt cat cost?

Since these cats are rather rare, the price for one can cost anywhere from $250 to as much as $1,500; however, most purchases will be between the $250 and $500 price range.

What is a kilt kitten?

Scottish Kilt Kittens are a cross between the Scottish Fold and the Munchkin cat. Together they produce a very rare, folded eared, short legged kitten. With their tiny legs, owlish looks and sweet dispositions, it’s no wonder they are fast becoming a very popular kitten.

Why are Scottish fold cats so expensive?

The price of a Scottish fold is based on its type, markings, and bloodline. Scottish folds get their name from the fact they generally have folded ears. Not every kitten has folded ears, so those who do have this trait are the ones in high demand.

Is it cruel to breed Munchkin cats?

Today, many people argue that breeding the Munchkin is unethical because it perpetuates physical deformities. Experts say that Munchkins are fine, health-wise. However, due to the controversy, the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) and the American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA) won’t recognize the Munchkin.

Are Scottish Fold inbred?

Scottish Fold cats continue to be bred in the USA, Australia and Asia, with marketing focusing on the quality of the ear fold. RSPCA Australia believes it is unethical to breed from animals with a genetic mutation that is known to cause painful deformities and disease.

Are Scottish kilt cats healthy?

The Scottish Fold is a pretty healthy breed, but there are some hereditary health problems in the breed: Osteochondrodysplasia, a developmental abnormality that affects cartilage and bone development. Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) Cardiomyopathy, a form of heart disease.

Do Scottish folds like to cuddle?

Scottish folds enjoy snuggling up to a soft blanket. Some can’t resist getting their paws on one. If you are lucky, you may get your cat to knead the blanket while lying in your lap.