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About Sphynx

Canadian Sphynx standard (WCF)

Body: Medium in size, rounded and sturdy, yet comparatively fine boning. Rib cage broad and massive, abdomen rounded. Legs also with fine boning , yet muscular and strong. Front legs widely set because of the broad chest. Paws oval with long toes (monkey fingers). Tail long and slender,
whippy and bare. A small puff of hair on tip (lion tail) is accepted.

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About Sphynx

In 1966 a domestic cat gave birth to a hairless kitten in Toronto Canada. It was discovered to be a natural genetic mutation and the Sphynx cat, as we know it today, came into existence. This cat and a few other naturally hairless cats have been found worldwide; produced by Mother Nature, they are the foundation for this unusual breed. Cat breeders in North America and Europe have bred the Sphynx to normal coated cats and back to hairless cats for more than thirty years. The purpose of selective breeding such as this was to create a genetically sound cat with a large gene pool and hybrid vigor. When properly bred, the Sphynx is a very robust breed with few serious health or genetic problems.

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Last news

11.04.2013

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We have kittens in the cattery Exotic shorthair and Persian cats!

Photos of kittens here!

We have a kittens
  • Exotic shorthair
    Exotic shorthair
    Litter C
  • Exotic shorthair
    Exotic shorthair
    Zanzarah C...
  • Exotic shorthair
    Exotic shorthair
    Zanzarah C...
  • Persian
    Persian
    Zanzarah C...