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Jackson (nicknamed BB-8) is a beautiful, soft long-hair cat. He has the cute folded ears characteristic of his breed, Scottish Fold. He is 14 but very healthy. He is an indoor-only kitty; he loves to be warm and snuggly. His favorite hobby is laying on a blanket on your lap watching TV. BB-8 is very sweet and social with adults, but anxious/territorial around other animals and toddlers. We are looking to rehome him where he can be a “lone wolf” without other pets or little kiddos.


Magnolia is so full of love and affection. She is the perfect lap cat and purrs lots when pet. She likes watching tv and is playful with toys, and can even play fetch. We rescued her as a newborn alongside her mom and siblings. We’ve fostered her for 4 months and she is now ready for her forever home.


This is my Scottish Fold baby girl Creamy ❤ She is the absolute love of my life and has been with us for 3 years. And unfortunately, she needs a new home. She lives with my parents who are elderly and can no longer keep up with cleaning litter, feeding schedules, let alone the playtime she deserves. We see her situation as completely sad, as she is not being mentally stimulated all day long, and not given the attention she needs. I don’t live with my parents, and my husband is allergic to cats or I would’ve taken her in. Creamy is a clingy cat, meaning she will follow whoever is in the house all day long, and wants to sit in the same areas we are sitting in. She will sit on our laps and purr for a long time, and loves to fall asleep on our beds or nearby. She loves to be scratched on her head and neck, and pet softly on the sides of her body – she doesn’t like being pet on her back/lower back. She is sooo talkative and will look you in the eyes and meow for attention. She rolls on her back and meows to come talk to her. I just really want her to be in a loving home, and cared for the way she deserves. Super young children are not a good idea as they don’t have boundaries and will come running at her, or try to pull her tail or pet her lower back which makes her uncomfortable. If the children are able to understand these concepts, then no problem at all. I will ask questions to those interested in Creamy as we have specific criteria that needs to be met, and the family really needs to understand scottish fold needs. Please feel free to send me a personal message if you are interested.
She will come with her outdoor tent (she loves to get a tan in summer weather in her tent in the backyard), cat tree, heating pad, beds, leash, litter, litter box, toys and favorite foods, alongside a document that I will put together talking about all details pertaining to her.

*This pet is not in the care of Seattle Area Feline Rescue. SAFe has not evaluated or assessed this pet. We are unable to provide any additional information or verify the accuracy of descriptions – please contact the pet owner directly to learn more about the pet.*

Snowy and Simba

Bonded pair – Snowy and Simba. 5 month old Scottish straight ear kittens, born 8/16/23. They are friendly, don’t mind older kids but a little afraid of toddlers (understandably). They really love each other, and cry when the other is not within sight.

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