Hairless Cat Hygiene: Bathing and Care
The popular belief that cats without fur does not need to be bathed is not entirely true, as it has a short, thin and almost invisible layer of fur. Hairless…

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Origin
Hairlessness is a consequence of a sudden mutation manifested in different species of animals since ancient times. For the first time, naked cats were mentioned during the time of the…

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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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Breed history

How did the Canadian sphinxes appear
Among furry cats, cats without hair look like aliens. Their grace and beauty are clearly of unearthly origin. And not every earthling is given to understand and fully appreciate the charm of this unusual breed. Sphinxes are not like any other cats. Even if you shave an ordinary cat baldly, you will get a bald cat, but not a sphinx, which is distinguished by harmony, soft outlines, rounded shapes, a unique cut of eyes and an ear set.

The European standard says that in this breed the best character traits of a kitten, puppy, monkey and child are combined. In fact, the Canadian sphinxes have an unusual disposition, their behavior is not like any other animals, which puts these feline in a separate row. Continue reading

Sphinxes (part 3)

VAN BI-COLOR: white and any other solid with white, tabby with white, tortie with white, etc. The location of color spots is limited to the head, tail and legs. On the body are allowed no more than 1-2 small colored spots.

COLORPOINT: markings on the muzzle, paws and tail contrast with a light tone. Colorpoints are born without dark marks, points become noticeable as they grow older. With age, the body also darkens somewhat, in tone with points. Eye color: bright blue. Nose and paw pads: match the color of the points. Colorpoint color can be combined with any color other than mink. For example: lilac-silver point, or black tortie point with white point. 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

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…

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Sphynx cats
Representatives of the cat family are traditionally associated in humans with furry purring animals. However, such a standard perception is not a rule without exceptions. In the diverse world of…

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CANADIAN SPHINX: TICA HEAD STANDARD
Size: medium Shape: modified wedge with rounded contours, head length slightly greater than its width. Skull: Slightly rounded with a fairly flat front. Profile: light or middle stop on the…

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Sphinxes (part 1)
All colors in any combination found in feline animals are recognized by the sphinxes. It should be remembered that the skin of the sphinxes can sunbathe. Under the influence of…

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