These are the top 4 hairless cat breeds

Hairless cats sport a unique look that doesn’t appeal to everyone. But, love them or loathe them, these exotic felines make amazing pets and are gaining popularity.

These bald cats have no fur and look like little aliens
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These bald cats have no fur and look like little aliens

We are so used to cats having silky coats that it’s hard to imagine one without them. But hairless cat breeds are a big part of the feline community, with experts saying that they are cuddleable, athletic, and affectionate. The bald kitties don't shed hair, and their temperament is similar to or even better than their fluffy friends'.

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Here are the top hairless cat breeds you need to see for yourself.


Posted by LiukaaBalk's on Wednesday, September 7, 2022

The Sphynx cat is the most popular hairless cat breed in the world. It was even featured in the famous television show F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

This kitty has a suede textured coat. Its skin may be of any colour and is wrinkled around the shoulders and head. The Sphinx's heads are wedge-shaped, with big eyes and ears, making these gorgeous animals look like little aliens.

This affectionate and extroverted breed is less likely to show aggression towards other cats and is not a noisy creature.

Their skin requires regular cleaning and sun protection to prevent sunburn and loss of heat from the body.

Cute sphynx cat

This Sphynx kitten is way too cute! 😂😍

Posted by VT on Thursday, January 24, 2019


Bambino Country: United States Origin: crossbreed (Sphynx and Munchkin) Coat: hairless/furry down Personality: friendly, intelligent and affectionate Source:

Posted by Cats, Art & Poetry on Sunday, March 26, 2017

Bambino is a fairly new breed and it’s related to Sphynx. These unusual felines have extremely short legs and muscular bodies covered with heavily wrinkled skin. They come in all colours, shades, and patterns.

Bambinos are lighter than other hairless cats and have big, wide ears and whipping tails.

Just like Sphynx, these kitties need regular grooming and protection from the sun.


The Peterbald ~ rare cat breed

Posted by Special for you on Monday, June 9, 2014

Peterbald is one of the most expensive cat breeds in the world. It was developed by crossing the Oriental Shorthair and the hairless Donskoy.

These pets have slim and muscular bodies with large ears and long whipping tails. The legs are long and strong, and there are wrinkles all over the skin, which is thick and dense. Interestingly, infants born with hair will shed all of their hair as they mature.

The Peterbalds make good family cats. Like other hairless beauties, they need regular bathing and protection from things that can harm their skin.


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Posted by LiukaaBalk's on Monday, January 1, 2018

Gentle and playful Donskoy, also known as Don Hairless, was discovered by a Russian cat breeder who rescued a kitten which started losing fur around the age of four months. Its hairlessness is a result of a genetic mutation which is believed could also cause other problems.

Muscular and heavy-boned, the Donskoy cats have strong legs and a thin tail tapered to a fine end. They come in all colours and patterns and may have patches of hair throughout the body.

Sources used:

- Pet Helpful: '7 Hairless Cat Breeds: Cats Without Fur'

- Hepper Blog: '8 Hairless Cat Breeds: Bald & Beautiful'

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