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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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…

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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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Canadian Sphynx Nutrition

The Canadian Sphinx needs a lot of energy, and therefore more food than most cats. The appetite of these cats is excellent – they are ready to eat almost everything and in unlimited quantities, completely capricious and not picky. The Canadian Sphinxes eat fast, grabbing pieces of food and swallowing it, almost without chewing. On the one hand it’s good. Feeding the Canadian Sphinx is not at all difficult. But let’s recall the structure of the cat (GIT) and recommend that we try not to overfeed the children. And then the regurgitation of food in heaps, as well as an upset stomach are guaranteed. And now, its restoration is a complex and often lengthy process.

The choice of diet is yours.

The following nine rules for feeding cats must be observed:

1. Fresh drinking water should always be freely available to the animal. 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

CANADIAN SPHINX: BREED HISTORY
Mention of hairless cats can be found in antiquity. Naked cats probably were still among the Aztecs. Representatives of the disappeared ancient breed, called Mexican hairless, were shown at the…

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