Sphinx cats are amazing. Not only are they hairless, but they are just so darn adorable as well. Seriously. They’re like a combination of a baby and an old man, with the personality of a feisty feline. What else could you want in a cat? It’s a dream of mine to actually one a sphinx cat and I hope that one day I can make it a reality.
While I’ve never actually seen one in person, I can assure you that I’ve spent countless hours watching videos online of sphinx cats and all their hairless glory. (Seriously, there are some amazing videos out there!)
Have you ever wanted to know random and possibly even useless facts at Sphinx cats? If so, you’re in luck!
Sphinx Cats – The Hairless Wonders of the Cat World
Ready for some fun facts about Spinx Cats?
- Sphinx cats didn’t even exist until 1960
- Some Sphinx cats may have whiskers while others may not
- The scientific name for this breed of cats? Felis catus
- Always wonder where they originated from? Toronto!
Interesting Sphinx cat facts, right? But that’s not all…
- Due to their lack of hair, these cats require baths each and every week at a minimum to control the oil secretion from their skin
- The average life-span of Sphinx Cats rangers from 9-15 years, which is shorter than other breeds
- Ranking at the top of the list for the most expensive cat in the world? You guessed it…the Sphinx!
- Sphinx cats are meant to be indoor cats bc of their lack of fur to keep them warm.
- A recent study actually ranked Sphinx cats are the most lovable cat breed there is!
So…what do you say? Is there a chance that you would open up your heart and your home to this hairless cat? If you’re looking for a snuggle buddy, you can bet that a Sphinx cat would LOVE to snuggle up with you all hours of the day and night!
Have you ever viewed Sphinx Cats in person?