Bambino is a small, hairless cat. He is a cross between a sphynx and a munchkin. They are friendly, lively, and playful, and some of them have very little fur.
Donskoy cats are different from Sphynx cats because their hairlessness comes from a dominant gene. Some get a partial winter coat that they shed when it gets warme
Dwelfs are a hairless, small cat breed that looks like an elf. They are a cross between a Munchkin, an American Curl, and a Sphynx. They have health problems, but with their families they are friendly and fun.
Sphynx + American Curl = Elf cat, which is friendly and playful, has skin that feels like peach fuzz, and sometimes has small patches of light hair on its ears, nose, paws, or tail.
Lykoi cats, which are also called "werewolf cats," have a black-gray coat, but their mouths, ears, legs, and feet may not have any hair.
The Munchkin, the Sphynx, the Burmese, and the Devon Rex were used to make the Minskin, which has short legs and no fur. Points with fine fur, but the belly is bald.
Peterbalds are beautiful cats with long legs that come from a cross between a Donskoy and an Oriental. They may have no hair or a fine coat that is sometimes full like a cat's.
The Sphynx is a hairless cat breed that started in Canada in the 1960s. It came about when shorthair cats were crossed with hairless cats.
Breeders use hairless mutation in sphynx cats to create new hybrids like sphynxiebob with a bobbed tail, broadening range of hairless cats.
British Shorthairs are bred to be gentle and look smooth. They can be shy, so socialising them as kittens is important for a well-rounded cat.