Scottish Kilts are a cross between a Munchkin and a Scottish Fold. They are currently in experimental status within some cat organizations. They are not a recognized breed yet, and one reason they are so hard to find!

Also breeding for a Standard Kilt baby that has both folded ears and short legs can be rare per litter, so you usually need to be on a waiting list to get one.
Our WAIT LIST requires a nonrefundable $250 deposit and your name is added to the list. You will have first choice as kittens become available. You must choose a kitten trait: short, fold, both short and fold, neither short or fold. Deposit is transferable between litters.

Our CONTACT LIST is no cost, and your name will be added to a list. You may or may not be contacted, depending on interest in kittens available. We will post publicly any available kittens that are not spoken for. We will only offer to wait listers before opening availability to the public and contact listers.
Standard Kilt: Folded ears and Short legs

Nonstandard Fold Kilt: Folded ears only

Nonstandard Short Kilt: Short legs only

Nonstandard Kilt: Neither Folded ears or Short legs
Scottish Kilts combine the adorable, funny personality of the Munchkin, and the lovable one of the Scottish Fold. They are truly a perfect combination. They also get along great with children and other pets.
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Each kitten is priced according to traits. Prices usually range from $750 up to $3500. Please see the Buying A Kitten for more info.

If you purchase more than one, we offer a very nice discount

If you are a returning customer, we offer a very nice discount

Two kittens are always better than one. They play together and keep each other company in your absence. We highly recommend getting two siblings together if available, or getting in line for one in an upcoming litter.
Yes! We have previous customers that would love to gush about their furbaby! Just ask and we will give you contact info to get in touch with previous customers directly 🙂

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Absolutely! All kittens come with a 2 year genetic health guarantee and you will have 72 hours after pick up to have your kitten vet checked for any general health guarantees.

Kitten will come with a certificate of health signed by a veterinarian.

If you do not fully understand the meaning of declawing, please check the information on the health page.
Yes. If for whatever reason your kitten does not come fixed, it will be your responsibility to fix at 5-6 months.
It is very important for the kitten to nurse from mama cat for as long as it can, to get the nutrition it needs to support a healthy immune system. Your kitty is also learning by example to groom and use a litter box and scratching post, as well as socialization skills from playing with their siblings. At 9 weeks, we have a licensed vet do a full exam to ensure kitten is as healthy as can be. We also give the first set of vaccines at 9 weeks and multiple dewormings, so at 12 weeks and your first vet appointment, you only need to get kitten their second set of vaccines. This time frame allows us to give our full guarantee that your kitten arrives healthy and happy!
No, we do not at this time.
We DNA test all of our breeder cats to test for breed related health issues. They are all tested and cleared from a genetic laboratory. DNA results are available to our customers online on the our breeders page.

We are a PKD/FIV/FELV free cattery.
No, your deposit goes to the next litter and you keep your place on the list. However, if you are offered the TYPE of kitten that you are waiting for, but must pass, you will be bumped down one spot after the second pass and each time thereafter.
Rabies is usually required in the United States. Check here for your state requirements and frequency of vaccine.
Yes! We are 15 minutes from multiple 5 star and other hotels that allow your kitty and you to have a wonderful experience and get to know each other before your journey home. Located in beautiful Oak Ridge, North Carolina. Pet Friendly Hotels
We feed our adults Nutro and Royal Canin, both premium foods. We give wet food as well as dry, and encourage you to do the same. Kittens are fed Royal Canin MotherBaby Cat and Royal Canin Kitten until 12 weeks old. After that, they need to stay on the same food or a quality food formulated for kittens, up to a year.
Long hair kitties may need a hairball formula food, or you can give a gel applied to the foot occasionally. Wet food helps keep kitty hydrated and is beneficial to your kitty's diet.
You will need to brush long hair kittens frequently. Bathing should be done on long haired Kilts as needed. Trim the nails if you know how and wear gloves. Run the water before you take to the sink. You can also take to a groomer. Persians can have eye tears that may need to be wiped daily with water and a paper towel, or an eye cleaner.
Most of our kittens range in the small 6-7 pounds once adults. Some kittens bred with our stud Jackson may be larger.
You may fly or drive here and personally pick up your kitten. We can also deliver straight to you by car or plane for a fee.. or meet you part way. Delivery Options
At this time, we will consider each request on an individual basis. Kitten will be required to fly in cabin only.