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Do you really want a cat, but are you afraid of the hair that these animals leave all over the house? No matter how cute they are, it's as if you don't feel like vacuuming every day… If you don't know which cat breed to choose, find out that the Sphinx cat would be best for you. Here's everything you need to know about the hairless cat!


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Rare are the animals that do not have fur, and the Sphinx cat may seem, from this point of view, a little strange of nature. Unfortunately, many consider it even ugly. But, contrary to many people's beliefs, the Sphinx is one of the most intelligent, friendly and loving pets. And the history of this race, so unusual, is more than interesting.


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As it turns out, you'd say the Sphinx was born from failed lab experiments. In reality, these genetic mutations that are caused by the lack of hair appeared spontaneously and naturally, without man intervening in any way.


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The oldest information about the existence of the naked cat dates back to the pre-Columbian period, when several specimens were discovered in Mexico. Other specimens then appear in Europe, Australia and America, in different places and at different times. In 1938, two furless cats were born in Paris to a Siamese couple. In 1950, another Siamese cat gave birth to several chicks, three of which were without fur. In 1966, in Ontario, Canada, an ordinary cat gave birth to a naked kitten.


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Also in Ontario, around the same time, another furless cat was found wandering the streets, and two other cats were found and rescued from the streets of Toronto. It seems that these two specimens were sent to the Netherlands and contributed decisively to the creation of the current Sphinx breed. Other specimens appeared in the early 1970s on a Minnesota farm. Here, farmers have noticed several generations of hairless kittens. It seems that one of them lived for 19 years.


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Because they do not have fur, but only a very fine and delicate down that covers their skin, Sphinx cats can suffer sunburn like humans. Thus, it is mandatory that when they are taken out they should be protected with sunscreen cream, specially created for animals. On the other hand, in winter, even if they stay at home, hairless cats should be dressed in soft, fluffy clothes to keep them warm.


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Although at first glance they look quite scary (as if they were little aliens) Sphinx cats are the most loving and affectionate cats. They are really possessive, because they want all your attention, care and love. They follow you all over the house, they like to lie in your arms and spin contentedly.


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The Sphinx cat, because it has no fur, suffers from the cold if exposed to cold air. Because her body loses heat faster and more, she needs more food. It is recommended to leave dry food at will, in a bowl.


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The Sphinx cat is very affectionate and playful, attaches quickly to children, gets along well with other cats and even dogs. It has a unique personality and, unlike other cats, which are independent and not very sociable, the Sphinx needs a lot of love, care and affection. You will be amazed to see how this animal gives you back.


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The bald cat hates to be left alone, almost begging for love. She plays a lot, she is very active, energetic and acrobatic, but without being tiring and she does all kinds of tricks to attract your attention. It is an animal that fully participates in your family life, and not a grumpy trinket, which sleeps all day. The Sphinx cat is also very talkative, and when you tell her something you will notice that she meows as if she is answering you.



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My cat’s new hobby

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Home alone

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