I have seen hairless cats on TV for people with allergies, not for me, they are a little creepy looking, but i am sure the ones who have them love them. on this one looks like someone either painted or tattooed on a hairless cat.
The Sphynx cat is a rare breed,andvery expensive to buy.It's not for everyone,but their owners must lovethem a lot,to take on the care of such a fragile breed
Beautiful in its own right! The photo below this post has all the hair...none to spare for kitty though. :))How is your foot...all healed up?
I like how the gorgeous orange cat in your sidebar seems to be looking at the naked cat in disgust. "Have some dignity. Put your fur coat back on!"
laughing at john's comment. yeah, i'm not a fan of the skin...
Not my favourite breed I'm afraid - not very cuddly. I like the fur!!!
Yeah "Wheres the fur"???My thoughts exactly Ellie.This is a very fragile cat, no doubt needs way more pampering that most could do.
Oh my gosh that poor thing looks so cold - I could love it. sandie
I find something very lovely and vunerable about them. One of the former Real Housewives of New Jersey has one named Grandma Wrinkles and she's a real love. I think I prefer my kitties with a coat though and I think my dogs do too. :-)
They appear to be very delicate creatures that need lots of TLC.
To me it looks like a statue. It looks so rigid and could someone please put a sweater or something on this poor hairless cat. I don't understand the breed but it seems so cruel to make such a breed. It doesn't look natural. I feel sorry for it. That is just my opinion for what it is worth. Hope to find you well Janie. :)
Oh, my! I've only seen these hairless cats on TV. Reminds me of the episode of Friends when Rachel gets the Sphynx and Joey asks her why it's inside out :-)He?She does have beautiful green eyes.
I try very hard to like this. but cannot. I'm sure he's a wonderful fellow, though he really could use some fur.
Didn't Dr. Evil have one of these? ;) I think I could learn to love it.
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