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The most noticeable feature of this striking cat is their lack of a fur coat; however, Sphynx cats vary in hairlessness, with some having a very fine ‘peach fuzz’ all over and others just a fine fuzz over the extremities. Due to the lack of fur, the Sphynx cat's bone structure and musculature are there for all to see, and this is a remarkably robust cat, built on elegant long lines, with somewhat loose skin that forms wrinkles in some places. 

They have a somewhat wedge-shaped head with large eyes and ears, quite long legs and tails, and neatly rounded paws. :


Devon Rex

The Devon Rex, the Pixie of the Cat Fancy, sports oversized ears on an elfin face with large impish eyes. This adorable combination only hints at the mad-cap personality within – a cross, some say, between a cat, a dog, a monkey, and Dennis the Menace. They are a fun and fun-loving breed with a relaxed and social attitude rarely associated with cats. Delightfully silly in both appearance and antics, Devons are interested in everything and everyone around them. Their playful nature means Devons easily learn tricks and are always up for a game of hide-and-seek, tag, or fetch.



There is a new cat breed gaining popularity, and it’s known as the Minskin. The Minskin is incredibly cute and is becoming increasingly sought after.

This cat is a mix of Sphynx and Munchkin, with a touch of Devon Rex and Burmese. The Minskin is incredibly cute and is becoming increasingly sought after. Minskins come in 3 different coat types. The first is hairless, with little to no body hair like a miniature Sphynx. The second is fully coated, with hair all over its body. And the third is fur point, with a hairless body and hair present only on its feet, tail, and ears. The breed is currently in preliminary evaluation by The International Cat Association, and it seems like the fur points coat will be the standard of this new breed.-

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The Bambino is a miniature cat–a type of feline sometimes called a dwarf breed. But despite their small size, this is one social and outgoing cat! In fact, you’ll need to be able to lavish them with attention and play time if you’re going to get the best out of the breed. Naturally, due to the cat’s playful nature, they’re great living in a house with

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