munchkin fold

im drawing oddball cats in figure & design class (like siamese, scottish folds, munchkins etc) which is really fun but right now the mood is SPHINXES and hhh!!! why god why. i love them but they are so hard to draw properly!!!!!!!

The Signs as Cats
  • Aries: A small, friendly calico cat that loves to play and run around. doesn't enjoy cuddling too much, but is lovable as hell!
  • Taurus: Fluffy Siberian cat with big eyes that you fall in love with the second you see them. Very sweet and loving, they're the cat you'll want to keep.
  • Gemini: A Manx, very cute and friendly, but they're different than the rest. Usually an outsider, but they have a heart of gold.
  • Cancer: Munchkin cat! They're loved by everyone, a crowd favorite. No one can say no to them, even if they can be a little evil sometimes. They're always forgiven.
  • Leo: A small, fluffy, Scottish Fold. Leo's are great friends, and not everyone can have them as their friend. But if you get one, you'll feel extremely lucky.
  • Virgo: Siamese cat that is beautiful inside and out. They're kind and fun and always make everyone feel welcome.
  • Libra: A fluffy Maine Coon. They're sweet and pretty and fun, but if you get too close, they'll attack. They love your attention, but don't get too friendly!
  • Scorpio: Big ass Persian cat! Lovable and sweet and your best friend - but you have to let them warm up to you before you get too close.
  • Sagittarius: Savannah cat. They look like they won't be friendly and they'll attack, but they're just as nice as any other cat.
  • Capricorn: A sweet, loving Ragdoll. They don't get as much love as they should, but they don't mind. They appreciate any amount of attention and kindness they get, and they'll give it right back!
  • Aquarius: A classic Tabby cat. Some may say they're not special or unique, but they each have a personality you can't help but love.
  • Pisces: Bombay cat. They're cute and friendly at first, but they can attack you like a panther if you don't give them what they want. Make sure you give them lots of attention and love, and they'll be your best friend.

anonymous asked:

What breed of cat do you think is the best for someone who's never had a cat before?

hmmmm, hmm. scoop a cat off the ground & you’ll be good 👌 should get the full cat experience!

(my first ever cat was attained in exactly that manner. half-dead sidewalk cat? HECK yeah!)

if you wanna go the purebred route, maybe steer clear of the more intense breeds for your first cat? like Orientals, Siamese, Cornish & Devon Rexes, Sphynxes, Bengals, Abyssinians & Somalis are extra active needy beasts. and stay away from the more unethical breeds :( those include flat-faced Exotic Shorthairs & Persians, Manxes, Scottish Folds, & perhaps Munchkins

Onsenmatsu-san Stamp Rally - The Turtty Uproar: Brothers 1, 2, and 3 Course Translation

Something I meant to post a really long time ago and forgot about. I’ve seen a partial translation before, but I couldn’t find a full translation easily so forgive me if it’s been done before. Sadly it’s been so long I don’t remember the audio part at the end in enough detail to do it justice. It was spectacular, though.

Brothers 1, 2, and 3 Course

Totty has lost his precious thingy and turned into Turtty. (*Note: A pun on the Japanese word tsuru tsuru meaning smooth, slippery, bald, etc.) Osomatsu, Karamatsu, and Todomatsu are looking around for Todomatsu’s lost thingy. Will they be able to find it alright?

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anonymous asked:

I once saw a post where someone said that munchkins and Scottish folds were really unhealthy and not to get them and I was kinda sad cause I wanted one. There are other breeds I could get obviously but it's slightly disappointing yknow????

munchkins are actually a healthy deformity, as it’s naturally occurring and doesn’t hurt the animals or affect their life in any way (their legs/spine don’t hurt them or inhibit them from doing normal cat things)

scottish folds are also a natural deformity, but one that impacts the life of the breed. scottish folds have numerous health issues  and we’ve continued to breed for what would have been a very rare occurring deformity and are creating a breed centered around it. 

now if you still want to get a scottish fold but don’t want to support breeding for deformities, i can suggest to you the - 

British Shorthair

They’re frequently bred with Scottish Folds to ensure that the lines remain as “pure” as possible. They have the same bulky body and round face as a Fold, but are a healthy breed free of deformities. They don’t have the extreme “smushed face” like other cobby breeds like the Persian or Exotic Shorthair, and can live very long (average life expectancy is 14 - 20 yrs) and happy lives as perfect, chill family pets. They also come in a Longhair and almost every single color/pattern combo you can imagine

(BS vs SF)

anonymous asked:

So similar to the kittyformers ask with Rodimus, Cyclonus and Tailgate get into the same situation (tailgate is a munchkin/Scottish fold mix, Cyclonus is a tol oriental shorthair) What sort of hijinks would happen during that time with their human s/o?

On the first day, Cyclonus is trying to make sense of the situation while Tailgate is freaking out. they’re both really scared and it’s weird for everyone. 

Cyclonus quickly gets used to the four legs quickly and adapts, while tailgate has his problems. but Cyclonus does end up helping him learn how to land on his feet and stuff.

they both are a bit more scared, more so Cyclonus. Tailgate was already small, but if he doesn’t watch where he’s going he could get squished, the solution? You decided to just carry him around, which he doesn’t mind. Cyclonus will chill on your shoulder sometimes, but he’s mostly on the ground around your feet. 

They get picked on a whole lot. A Lot. lots of cooing and cat toys. but you will admit, watching Tailgate spRINTING across the room like a speeding bullet after a red dot is the funniest shit. 

Meanwhile, Cyclonus is chilling on your shoulder, paw to your face as he’s like ‘Tailgate, No.’ as he’s laughing his ass off internally.

Cat naps. Lot’s of kitty cat naps. Just a big cuddle pile of them both on top of you when you try to sleep at night.

Some Skitty varieties!
The hoenn forest skitty is actually the original version of this cat pokemon. After being domesticated they were bred into many different breeds, like the munchkin, siamese or skittish fold. 

Each of them can come in all kinds of fur patterns like striped (munchkin) or calico (forest skitty) but most common are the simple fur patterns (like the skittish fold).

The pretty fur pattern breeds are a perfect choice for pokemon contests, while the wilder type is great for battles. But of course they’re all just great as pets too!