Have you heard? Basil Farrow’s dad, Ronan Farrow, has his own TV show starting Monday, Feb 24!
Ronan Farrow Daily will be on 5 days a week, on MSNBC.
Basil’s proud of his daddy! The show will focus on youth activism and world news, encouraging viewers to engage.
Perhaps this Scottish Fold face will make an appearance?
Basil Farrow was also in the news recently… He was on the front page of the CBC Olympics website, waving a flag.
We didn’t even submit it. A lot of people saw the CBC article, and told us.
Funny how this plush-cheeked cat is so easily recognizable.
There are other Scottish Fold cats with triple-folded ears and cream-colored fur…
But I’ve only seen one other with a brown teddy bear nose, like Basil’s.
Lying upside down is another Scottish Fold trait.
Same goes for the sideways ballerina feet.
Big cheeks mean a big smile.
Scottish Folds originated from a mutation in Scotland (all come from this ancestor, a white cat named Susie).
I think this plaid scarf from Edinburgh suits his heritabe well.
We hope you’ll tune in to Ronan Farrow’s TV show on MSNBC!
Ronan raised Basil from the time he was a kitten.
Can you see the resemblance?
More updates and photos on Basil’s Facebook.
Scottish Fold Basil Farrow looks a bit worried… I think he is missing his grandma.
From the side, he has no snout. Many Scottish Folds have flat faces, similar to breeds like Persians.
But instead or having a “pushed in” nose, they have perfectly round, fuzzy heads with plump cheeks.
From every angle, even the top, the head is a perfect cirlcle. No ears, no nose.
Scottish Folds tend to have bigger, rounder eyes like owls. Good for spying on people!
You can tell that Basil is super smart. Sharp, yellow eyes.
He looks like a living teddy bear, with extra stuffing in his cheeks.
Cats loved to be rubbed under the chin, and at their ears.
If Basil Farrow wants a rub, he will “wahh” for attention until he gets it!
Note the long whiskers at the forehead too. Aren’t Folds the cutest breed?
A new year means new photos of Basil Farrow! These are shot with a Sony a700 DSLR, 50 mm / f 1.8.
Baz is so cute when he looks up at you with his round face and big eyes.
He’s well-raised and always sits with his tail tucked in..
.. and paws crossed together, like a gentleman.
He’s got a bit of the Garfield the Cat gene.
From the side: no ears, nose, neck…
Every Scottish Fold cat descended from a white barn cat named Susie, who was discovered in 1961 with the folded eared mutation.
One cute little “deformity” results in generations of folded eared cats today!
Basil enjoyed sniffing the Christmas lights over the holidays.
These lights are LEDS so they are safe and don’t heat up.
The little bulbs produce bokeh, the glowing balls effect.
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