CANADIAN SPHINX
The Canadian Sphynx is so different from a cat, in our usual sense, that you don’t even know what surprises and attracts the most about it. Firstly, of course, he…

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A few reasons for dry feed
Firstly, they contain vitamins and minerals, which are very difficult to select and balance when feeding with natural feeds. Secondly, if you have to be absent for a long time…

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Delf
The selection program covered manchkin, sphinxes and American curls and gave rise to a hairless creature with bent ears. The name was given by a combination of English words dwarf…

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Canadian Sphynx – Standard and breed status

The Canadian Sphynx is not just a cat without hair. Of course, the lack of wool is the main sign of the breed by which visitors recognize the sphinxes at exhibitions. But for breeders and felinologists, the sphinx has a specific standard for all other parts of the body, and the lack of hair on the body is not the most important sign regarding the morphology of the type of head, body, character and general harmonious impression that the sphinx should produce. The face of a real sphinx is simply magical. It resembles a Tanagra figurine. All the lines of his body are smooth, fluid, but at the same time, you cannot call them elegant. They surprisingly harmoniously combine grace of movement with curved front paws-arms, belly shaped like a pear and tail folded into a tight bagel and pressed to the side. Continue reading

Sphinxes (part 2)

BLACK TABBY COLOR: the main skin color is copper-red or brown. Marks are saturated black. The lips and chin are painted the same way as the rings around the eyes (skin of the upper surface of the lower eyelid and lower surface of the upper). Mirror nose: red-brown. Paw pads: black or brown.

BLUE TABBY COLOR: The main skin color, including lips and chin, is a pale bluish ivory. Marks are very saturated blue, contrasting with the main color. Nose pocket: dark pink. Paw pads: pink.

RED TABBY COLOR: The main color of the skin is red. Marks – deep deep red color. Lips and chin are red. Pocket mirror of nose and paw pads: red-brown. Continue reading

Moon cats on earth (part 2)
But not so simple. The dominance of the hairless gene in this case is not complete. Kittens heterozygous for this sign partially retain their coat. It can be on the…

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Canadian
Sphynx breed standard accepted as final for refereeing under the CFA system (with the award of champion status), starting from May 1, 2002. The abbreviation adopted for the breed: SPH…

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Features of Sphinx Care
Hairless cats of the breed “CANADIAN SPHINX” are becoming more and more popular. Probably their soft peace-loving character and unusual appearance have become that highlight for which people not only…

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CANADIAN SPHINX
The Canadian Sphynx is so different from a cat, in our usual sense, that you don’t even know what surprises and attracts the most about it. Firstly, of course, he…

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