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Hairless Cat


  Hairless cats have appeared in different parts of the world at different times. Probably the most important among these breeds are cats known as Mexican Hairless, whose origins date back to pre-Columbian. Also, different samples have been developed in different regions, especially in Russia, where Don Sphynx (Donskoy and Peterbald cats are produced.

The Origin of Hairless Cats

  Today, the origins of the sphinx cat date back to the 1960s, Ontario (Canada), where a domestic cat gave birth to a hairless kitten. Later, the effort to produce more hairless cats than this cat was partially successful. Many years later, the Devon Rex cat, which had very few hairs on its body in the USA and Canada, started to be raised and other hairless cat breeds emerged. These kittens, which consist of different mating with these cats, form the basis of this breed. After some studies, samples of this cat breed were sent to Europe and the production studies continued here.

  Sphinx cat comes to mind when talking about a hairless cat, but the only hairless cat breed is not the Sphinx. Now we will tell you a few more breeds of hairless cats, including the Sphinx.

Sphinx Cat

  Sphinx cat is the most popular among hairless cats. The effect of this popularity on the Avank Agent movie is also great. Even though the sphinx cats are hairless, the skin may change color or even a tabby sphinx.

Bambino Cat

  The breed of Bambino cat is actually not a very old cat breed. It was produced in 2005. Bambinos, which have shorter and muscular legs than other hairless cats, can have cat-specific diseases like any breeding animal.

Donskoy Cat

  Donskoy was discovered in 1987 by Elena Kovaleva in Russia. Elena took the kittens she took from the children but realized that all the hairs of the cat were shed. Then the cat had cubs, but their feathers were shed. Elena initially thought it was a disease, but later realized it was a new cat breed.

Peterbald Cat

  Peterbald cats were made bigger than other hairless cats. The Peterbald cat breed is actually a relative of Donskoy cats. Since Peterbald’s metabolism works pretty fast, its daily nutritional needs are higher than other cats. For this reason, if you own a cat of Peterbald cat, it is useful to prepare your daily nutritional needs accordingly or to get professional help from the veterinarian in this regard. The fact that Peterbalds cats are hairless and their metabolism works fast as well as talking to people makes them quite different from other cat breeds.

Ukrainian Levkoy

  This type of cat has a completely hairless skin and is a mixture of Levky Scottish fold and Donskoy cat type. Although they look very stiff at first glances, like any cat, they have a warm heart.

What to Know About Hairless Cat Breeds

  Like every cat produced by humans, hairless cats have diseases specific to their breed. Hairless cats have fairly sensitive skin to the sun as they do not have hair.

  Since there is no hair on their skin, they should be bathed at certain intervals since oil does not accumulate. When bathing your cat, your cat should be washed only with cat shampoo produced for cats.

  It should not be forgotten that hairless cats, which are also affected by cold weather, are perceived as easier to care for from the outside, but are more sensitive and in need of care than a hairy cat.

  Malignant tumors are more likely to occur in hairless cats.

  Not all hairless cats are completely hairless. Donskoy and Peterbald may have very short hair roots, but the other 3 cat breeds are completely hairless.

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