The Sphynx is one of the most well-known hairless cat breeds. They have a soft, warm-to-the-touch skin and are known for their playful and affectionate nature.
The Peterbald is a Russian breed known for its slender and elegant appearance. They come in various coat types, including completely bald and flocked (a short, soft, down-like coat).
Donskoys are originally from Russia and can have a bald or fuzzy coat. They are friendly, intelligent, and make loving companions.
Bambinos are a cross between Sphynx and Munchkin cats. They have short legs and hairless bodies, making them quite distinctive.
Ukrainian Levkoys are a relatively new breed known for their folded ears and hairless skin. They are gentle and sociable cats.
Elf Cats are a cross between the Sphynx and the American Curl. They have hairless bodies and distinctive curled ears.
Lykois are not entirely hairless, but they have a unique and rare "werewolf-like" appearance due to their sparse coat and tufts of hair on their ears and face.
Minskins are a small, hairless breed with short legs and distinctive markings. They are known for their friendly and affectionate nature.
Dwelfs are a cross between the Sphynx, Munchkin, and American Curl breeds. They have hairless bodies, short legs, and curled ears.
While the Sphynx is well-known, the Canadian Sphynx is a rarer variation. They have the same hairless appearance but are known for their larger size and distinct personality traits.