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 – dwarf and elf – by the breed of cats with large bent ears. Felinologists are still debating whether such a gene fusion has affected the health of the dwelling breed, which is considered experimental. The result of crosses became full in 2009 and is still under close monitoring. Ukrainian Levka Ukrainian felinologists decided to try to cross the Don Sphinx and the Scottish fold cat – the new pussies had ridiculously curved ears resembling a Levka flower. The head follows the shape of an elongated wedge with five protruding corners. Narrow and at the same time large-sized eyes with a green tint are delightful. The skin color is not fundamental, there are white-skinned left-handed, with a grayish tint and other colors. Extremely loyal and sociable friends are intelligent and intelligent. Ukrainian leftists are perfectly trained and perfectly control their own emotions. The breed receives the highest rating for the perfect combination of external exterior and positive character traits. Canadian Sphynx This charming cat with an abundance of folds and lack of hair appeared due to natural changes in the genes. The mutation gave the world animals with smooth, rounded body lines. The kittens of these bald cats at birth resemble old women – their skin is also covered with numerous folds and wrinkles. Huge beautiful eyes appear bluish. The head, elongated to the nose, elegantly looks wide at the base. Sphynx hairless cat is characterized by very large ears. Elf Once you see, you will never forget the beautiful amazing bald cats with big ears called elf. The breed has not yet been officially recognized, although the appearance of the pussies is striking and unique. The ears are not just big, they are wrapped in an interesting way, which gives the animal a resemblance to fairy elves. Cats do not have wool, as they were bred by crossing the sphinx and the American curl. The breed is very new – the USA showed it in 2007. All bald cats elves are considered livable and moderately sociable.