Some cats are hairless because of a genetic mutation, but Sphynx cats are selectively bred to be free of hair (though their saliva still causes allergies). They have a huge following all over the world and plenty of people appreciate their lithe bodies, big ears and eyes, and suede-like skin (not to mention the fact that they don’t shed!).
If you’re not a fan of this particular breed, we’ve found 40 pictures of the cutest Sphynx cats on the Internet that just might change your mind.
We hope this sweet little girl has been adopted from her breeder in Australia. Look at those ears!
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And we really want to boop that nose!
Cats will be cats, no matter what the breed.
And who knew forehead wrinkles could look so good?
Here you can see the fuzz some breeds get on their faces, while its neck remains bald.
If so, you have more willpower than we do.
This certainly shows in the way they bond with their humans.