Caring For Hairless Cats

There is such a thing as hairless cats, and they are called Sphynx Cats. The breed was created in the 1960s through selective breeding and while they really do look as if they do not have any hair on their bodies, they do actually have a little tiny short and sparse hair coating. They also have whiskers and like all cats, the strange thing is that their skin will actually be the same color as their hair would have been, so they will have patches of tawn, brown and even black. If they are completely pink, it means that had they not been selectively bred, they would have turned out to be white.

There is a fascination for them on the internet, and you could write a blog about your companion. Logging into will give you all the information that you will need to make a decision of what type of site would work best for you if you wanted to do so. Sphynx cats lose body heat very easily, which means the seek heat. Most of them are usually happy to curl up in their bed with a nice cozy blanket, but they also love to be around heaters and it is important to keep the house fairly warm. The rule of thumb is that if you are feeling cold, then they are probably feeling cold too, remember that you have clothes on, but they are naked.

You will probably find that if you decide to get one of these cats, they will want lots of cuddles and will look for any opportunity to come and jump in your lap to enjoy your body heat. These cats tend to be very friendly with their owners as well as strangers. They are highly intelligent and will often greet you at the door when you come home.