Introducing the Sphynx cat breed — truly unique beauties in the feline kingdom! Sphynxes are known for their distinctive appearance and amazing personality. They have smooth, hairless skin that makes them truly special and captivating.

Sphynxes are affectionate and friendly creatures.

They possess unparalleled warmth and love to cuddle up with their human companions. Despite their lack of fur, they are surprisingly warm to the touch and enjoy being close to their loved ones.
These cats are also highly intelligent and curious. They love to explore their surroundings and engage in interactive play. Their playful and mischievous nature will keep you entertained and constantly amazed.
If you're looking for a cat that stands out from the crowd and craves affection, the Sphynx is the perfect choice. Their unique appearance, combined with their loving and lively personality, makes them a delightful companion for any cat lover.
Come and experience the enchantment of the Sphynx breed. Discover the joy of sharing your life with these extraordinary feline friends.

Common colors:
 ▪ White
 ▪ Black
 ▪ Brown
 ▪ Red
 ▪ Cream
 ▪ Cinnamon
 ▪ Sable

Rare colors:
 ▪ Chocolate
 ▪ Blue
 ▪ Lavender

 ▪ Tabby
 ▪ Bicolor
 ▪ Calico
 ▪ Pointed
 ▪ Mink
 ▪ Tortoiseshell

How to care for a Sphynx cat
Grooming requirements

You may not think a cat breed with little-to-no hair would require grooming. However, Sphynx cats are a high-maintenance breed that requires regular baths. Unlike cats with fur, a Sphinx cannot absorb body oils on their hairless skin, leaving them with excessive body oils. Most reputable breeders recommend bathing your Sphynx weekly and giving them a gentle ear cleaning to prevent a build-up of earwax.

Exercise & enrichment

This mischievous breed needs plenty of activity to keep them mentally and physically stimulated. Your Sphynx cat will love hunter simulation games, puzzle games, and anything else that puts them at the center of attention.

Outdoors vs indoors

Sphynx cats are indoor cats. Their absence of hair makes them especially susceptible to cold weather and sunburns. Since they struggle to maintain a warm body temperature, they will commonly seek heat by laying in sunny windows, under blankets, or on top of warm appliances or electronics.

Sphynx food & nutrition

A high-quality diet is a must-have for Sphynx cats in order to help them control their oil production and maintain the health of their skin. A diet high in protein is necessary for them to maintain a higher body temperature. Feeding your Sphynx multiple times daily supports their metabolism and high energy levels.

What is an odd eye Sphynx?

🐈This very unique Sphynx cat Also known as odd-eyed in cats, one eye is typically blue, while the other is either green, brown, or yellow.