Hairless Cat Breeds

Hairless Cat Breeds

For some reason, at some point, people decided it would be fun to dress up their pets. Dogs usually get sweaters, and cats usually get subjected to ridiculous headgear. However, there are breeds that have a legitimate for things like sweaters.

Hairless cats, for example.

Bambino Cat

This small breed is a cross between the Sphynx and the Munchkin; usually hairless, it has short legs and large upright ears. Though this experimental breed appears wrinkled and hairless, it is actually covered with a fine downy fur that feels like suede or chamois.


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This hairless, Canadian-developed breed is instantly recognizable. Sphynxes have a narrow head and webbed feet; they can also have markings on their skin like furred cats do on their fur. They are warm to the touch and are prone to seeking out warm places.


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This breed is sweet-tempered and affectionate, and also curious, smart, and energetic. They can be born either hairless, or born WITH hair that they eventually lose over time. They have almond-shaped eyes, webbed feet, and a long whip-like tail.


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This is an intentional hybrid of multiple breeds. They are a low-riding breed with short legs; they are generally small to medium-sized, with sparse fur and wide-spaced round eyes that give them an alien-like appearance.

Donskoy Cat

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This Russian breed’s hairlessness is caused by a dominant mutation. The breed originated in 1987 in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. Nowadays, some people are worried about potential health issues appearing in this breed.

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