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The funds that come from the sale of our precious kittens help offset the costs of caring for them and ensure they are both happy and healthy. In the end, through all the hard work and dedication, I am content in knowing how much love our adoring Sphynx, Cats, Cat Kittens will share with you.

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Welcome to Purfect Sphynx Kitten Home: It’s a good thing that Purfect Sphynx Kitten Home has Sphynx kittens for sale,  loves attention because he draws it wherever he goes. He is demanding human attention and will do anything for a laugh. “Look at me!” is his catchphrase. That makes him easy to handle by veterinarians or anyone else, and it’s not unusual for a sphynx cat to be a therapy cat since he is so fond of meeting people, sounds interesting. Luckily available these Sphynx Kittens are for sale.

When he is not receiving the attention of his adoring fans, the curious and energetic Sphynx Cat is exploring his surroundings, climbing his cat tree or otherwise seeking high places, chasing a bug, or just generally getting into mischief. He is extremely fond of teaser toys and puzzles toys that challenge his athleticism and brains. This is a highly social cat. sphynx for kittens for sale

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About The Sphynx Cat Breed

First attempts at breeding Sphynx began in 1966, when a black and white cat gave birth to a hairless kitten in Ontario, Canada. The owner named the hairless kitten Prune, due to the wrinkled hairless skin. Prune was bred to other cats in an attempt to create more hairless kittens. Because hairlessness is a recessive gene, some of the kittens resulting from this union had hair, while others did not. These kittens were called Canadian Hairless Cats, which some people referred to as Sphynx cats, due to their physical similarities with an ancient Egyptian cat sculpture called the Sphinx.

The Sphynx is an inquisitive, intelligent, and extremely friendly cat. Warm and soft to the touch, Sphynx frequently sleep with their owners under the covers. The term “Velcro lap cat” used to describe the desire of the Sphynx to be on you all the time, is very accurate. Sphynx love to greet every new person visiting the home, and most get along well with dogs and other pets. Because of their hairlessness, Sphynx have a tendency to get cold but they are intelligent enough to find a warm place- usually a computer monitor, a sunny window, a television, or under a blanket with their owners.


The Sphynx is one of a few hairless breeds. Striking and distinctive in appearance, they do not lack hair entirely. Fine hair covers the skin of most Sphynx, giving the skin a chamois or suede-like texture. Some short hair is usually present on the nose, ears and sometimes on toes and tail. Seasonal and hormonal changes in the cat may also effect hair development. Sphynx come in a variety of colors, including solid, particolored, tabby, tortoiseshell, and are recognized in all four of TICA’s categories: Traditional, Pointed, Mink, and Sepia. Their color is viewed on the pigment of the skin and on the few hairs they have.

Love and companionship. Your Sphynx will always be there for you. Nothing beats having your cat or dog curl up on your lap and snuggle in for a nap. This is a feeling of total unconditional love.

Therapeutic benefits. Talking or cuddling with your hairless kitty can help to deal with and recover from depression. They will listen to you and love you unconditionally. Many health professionals have recognized the health benefits from pet ownership and made this recommendation for people with particularly illnesses.

Health benefits. Pet ownership has been proven to have a positive impact on lowering stress levels, lowering blood pressure, improving fitness through increased exercise, and boosting immunity levels.

  • Sphynx has 4 degrees warmer body compared to other cats.
  • Sphynx has an average lifespan of 9 to 15 years.
  • Sphynx is named after its sleek body which resembles the Egyptian sphinx.
  • Even though its body appears hairless, Sphynx is actually covered with thin layer of downy hair that looks like a peach fuzz. The Sphynx’s skin is covered with a fine down, much like that of a peach.
  • Sphynx has wedge-shaped head, narrow face without whiskers, well-developed cheeks, large eyes and large, bat-like ears. The Sphynx ears can be two or three inches high. It has slender, muscular body and whip-like tail. Sphynx has dexterous toes that can be used for manipulation of various objects..