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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CANADIAN SPHINX: CONTENT AND CARE
Sphinxes are quite simple to maintain and care. The opinion of people that the sphinx needs special, "greenhouse" conditions of detention is incorrect. There are several features that must be…

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CANADIAN SPHINX: CONTENT AND CARE
Sphinxes are quite simple to maintain and care. The opinion of people that the sphinx needs special, "greenhouse" conditions of detention is incorrect. There are several features that must be…

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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 and there is nobody to promptly offer the eternally hungry Canadian Sphinx a decent meal, dry food provides the cat with regular nutrition and can lie in a bowl for a long time without risk of deterioration.

And thirdly, gnawing dry food, a cat cleans tartar, strengthens gums and teeth. And this, in turn, prolongs her active life. Continue reading

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 Ascecs, and for the first time they were exhibited at exhibitions in 1924. These were naked cats from Mexico, which were covered with rare wool in winter.

Felinologists began to seriously breed naked cats in 1966, when in Canada, as a result of a spontaneous mutation in a litter, an ordinary domestic cat gave birth to one naked kitten named Prun. He then became the ancestor of the breed Canadian Sphynx. However, further breeding of sphinxes failed due to several reasons at once. Continue reading

CANADIAN SPHINX: ABOUT THE BREED

Sphinx – this word has magic, it causes associations. These are the pyramids, sands, mysticism of ancient Egypt. But what is a sphynx cat? This is also magic, but real, consisting of flesh and blood. This is a cat figurine. These are soft lines of the body, the magic of harmony, the look of green eyes right in the heart. This is not a cat, this is poetry. The Sphinx cannot be called a cat, it is a creature that came to us from another planet. This is the embodiment of all the best that is in wildlife and man. They are very similar to humans: they have paws, like pens, they like to sleep under the covers, putting pink ears on the pillow, look directly into the eyes, not looking away, which is not typical for animals. This is a cat shock. The first shock is when you first see the Canadian Sphinx. No one is indifferent at the sight of this amazing creature. Continue reading

Where do the sphinxes come from?
In 1966, in a Canadian province of Ontario, a normal kitten was born with an ordinary cat. In most cases, this event is considered the beginning of modern hairless breeds.…

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How to care for the sphinx?
But still, the vast majority of sphinxes are completely bald, so you need to carefully monitor the temperature in the room. Drafts and dampness must not be allowed, otherwise the…

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Canadian Sphinx
History Like some other hairless cat breeds, the Canadian Sphynx arose as a result of chance - a genetic mutation. One day, a cat nicknamed Elizabeth had an unusual hairless…

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How to care for the sphinx?
But still, the vast majority of sphinxes are completely bald, so you need to carefully monitor the temperature in the room. Drafts and dampness must not be allowed, otherwise the…

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