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In spite of the fact that it is alluded to by different names, including Longhair and Highland Fold, Coupari was the name given to the long-haired adaptation of the Scottish Fold by British reproducers. Its huge eyes and collapsed ears make this warm feline a great pet for the two kids and grown-ups. 

Actual Characteristics 

The presence of this medium-sized feline has been contrasted with a savvy owl: huge, adjusted eyes, sweet articulation, full cheeks, and a short nose. Its most striking element, be that as it may, is its collapsed ears, which don't overlay forward until the feline is three months old. Its delicate, versatile single coat, in the interim, is long and arrives in an assortment of tones and example. 

Character and Temperament 

The Coupari is very tame and friendly. It loves communicating with people and is disheartened whenever left alone. Truth be told, the feline will get vocal and interest for consideration once in a while, in any event, scouring against a leg for a speedy pet. 

Generally, the feline will join itself to one individual in the family. Notwithstanding, it is delicate and kind toward others and will coexist well with youngsters or different pets. 

Amazingly shrewd, the Coupari can even be instructed to stroll on a rope or play a round of bring. 


In view of its long hair, the Coupari ought to be prepared in any event three times each week (ideally consistently). Consequently, it is ideal to start a preparing custom early. This incorporates de-tangling its hair with a wide-toothed brush and eliminating abundance wax from its ears with a wet fabric (in any event once every month). 


The Coupari, which has a normal life expectancy of 15 years, ought to get ordinary inoculations and standard registration two times per year. It is inclined to cardiomyopathy and polycystic kidney illness, a condition that regularly prompts kidney disappointment. This type of feline likewise will in general experience the ill effects of illnesses of the joints, of which many are treatable however not all reparable. 

History and Background 

The historical backdrop of this variety can be followed to the town of Coupar Angus - 13 miles upper east of Perth, Scotland - when a white animal dwellingplace feline named Susie was found with strange ears in 1961. Suzie passed this uncommon characteristic to her posterity, however some were long-haired while others were short-haired. Notwithstanding, when a standard was establised for the Scottish Fold, just the short-haired form was referenced. The long-haired form, then, was reproached by numerous in view of it wore an "earless" look. 

It was not until the 1980s, when an American exhibitor by the name of Hazel Swadberg started showing long-haired Scottish Folds in presentations and felines shows, that the stranded kind started to gather popularity and acknowledgment. 

By 1986, it was formally perceived as a different variety by TICA (The International Cat Association), however it was given the name Scottish Fold Longhair. Also, by 1991, the CFF (Cat Fanciers' Foundation) offered it Championship status, yet with the name Longhair Fold. In the interim, the ACFA (American Cat Fanciers' Association) alludes to the variety as the Highland Fold. 

While there is no universally acknowledged name for the variety, this feline is darling by all who experience it.

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