Bambino: pint-sized hairless cat, a cross between sphynx and munchkin breeds. Some have a little fur on face, ears, and legs. Adorable dwarf feline."
"Donskoy: also known as Russian hairless or Don sphynx. Unique from sphynx, with distinct genetic mutation for hairlessness. Special feline breed."
"Dwelf: a breed resulting from crosses among munchkin, American curl, and sphynx. Hairless, compact, with an elf-like appearance. Unique feline breed."
"Elf cat: cross of sphynx and American curl, larger than dwelf. Friendly, playful with soft, downy skin. Light hair patches on ears, nose, paws, or tail."
"Lykoi: also known as werewolf cat. Not always hairless. Distinctive black-gray coat or predominantly hairless. Hairless around face, ears, legs, feet."
The minskin is a short-legged, hairless cat developed from a cross between a munchin and a sphynx. The Devon rex and Burmese cat breeds were later worked into the
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The most well-known hairless cat breed is the sphynx, which originated in Canada in the 1960s. Resulting from a naturally occurring recessive genetic mutation
Breeders continue to use the hairless mutation in sphynx cats to produce new hybrids. For instance, the sphynxiebob is a cross between a sphynx and an American bobtail,
With its hairless body and inward-folding ears, the Ukrainian levkoy has a unique appearance.