Among the most well-known hairless cat breeds, Sphynx cats are recognized for their lack of fur and distinctive appearance. They have a friendly, affectionate nature and require regular skin care due to their lack of fur.
Originating from Russia, the Donskoy breed can have various coat types, including hairless and coated varieties. Hairless Donskoys have a distinct wrinkled appearance and are known for their social and affectionate nature.
Another Russian breed, the Peterbald, has a variety of coat types, including completely hairless (known as "ultra-bald") to a short coat. They are intelligent, energetic, and social cats.
A relatively new and rare breed, the Elf Cat is a cross between the Sphynx and the American Curl. They have curled ears, no fur, and a playful, affectionate nature.
A cross between the Sphynx and the Munchkin breed, the Bambino is a hairless cat with short legs. They are social, playful, and affectionate companions.
With a distinctive appearance featuring folded ears and a hairless body, the Ukrainian Levkoy is a rare breed known for its friendly and affectionate personality.
This hairless cat breed originates from the United States and has a wrinkled appearance similar to the Sphynx. Kohana cats are social, playful, and affectionate.
Known as the "werewolf cat" due to its partially hairless appearance, the Lykoi breed has a unique look resembling a wolf. They are friendly, intelligent, and have a distinct appearance.