Sphynx

Real Life
Standards:
History:
A hairless kitten showed up as a natural mutation in a moggie litter in Ontario, Canada.  A Siamese breeder took the kitten and developed the breed.  The CFA gave the breed provisional status but then revoked it.  The CCFF recognized the breed in 1971, and now the breed is more widely accepted.
Description:
These cats enjoy people but are not generally fond of other cats.  It likes to have soft places to lie down.  The Sphynx needs regular hand grooming and rubbed with a cloth.

Petz
Base:
Tabby
Offset:
3905
Variations:
~9 color variations
~3 marking variations
~2 tail types (normal & stiff)
~whisker variation
~5 eye colors
Fur Files:
1 included
Considerations:
~Addball tail variation might look odd in moving.
~Blue eyes on non-white/bicolor cats not PKC registerable.
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