Cat breeds — Spyhnx Cat
The Sphynx cat belongs to a Canadian nude cat breed that is caused by a mutation. It owes its name to its resemblance to the Egyptian Sphinx figure. The most striking feature of the Sphynx cat is almost hide her body loose. By breeding the Sphynx cat, it should also animal hair allergies are possible to keep cats. Since the cat is, however, covered with a slight down, failed this breeding goal. The Canadian Sphynx cat has a slight build and a wedge-shaped head with a strikingly large ears. Their eyes are large and sit at a slight angle. Sphynx cats look quite delicate due to their lack of fur. On average they are but with a length of 90-100 cm and a shoulder height of 40 cm rather normal size. Adult male and female cats weighing 3.5 to 7 kg.
Sphynx Cats: criticism of the breeding
The opinions on the breed of Sphynx cats are contrary. German animal rights advocate on putting the Sphynx Cat on the list of torment breeds. Especially the frequent absence of major vibrissae is criticized as inappropriate for the species. Those who still want to keep a cat of this breed, you should consider some things. The skin of the Sphynx cats are a lot of heat and is less protected from the effects of the sun. Because it freezes in winter and in summer you can get a sunburn, the cat should not be kept as outdoor cats. It also has a higher energy requirement than their peers and therefore need more food. However, it is not susceptible to disease than other domestic cats. In character it is considered to be sensitive and affectionate, is very tame and loves it when her man busy a lot with her. It can even be quite pushy when it comes to demand pats, but has an overall friendly and playful temperament.
Cat breeds — Nebelung