To me, a cat is a creature I cannot live without. In fact, it is the only animal I can’t imagine not being able to get to me when I want to do something nice for me. I mean, look at these wonderful little creatures with their expressive eyes and beautiful striped fur. These days, there are a lot of Hairless Cat Breeds. So, many of them that it would be difficult to choose the best one to care for. However, if you know how to read what you’re looking for, it’s not so hard. In fact, there are some common features that all good Hairless Cat Breeds share.
First off, all Hairless Cat Breeds have only two legs, with the exception of the Terrier-Mixes, which have four. Their paws, if any, are covered by thick pads of hair. They also have a single tail instead of the multi-tailed cousins.
The Striped Leopard Cats of Africa, and the blue-striped Siamese of Thailand, are very distinct in appearance, but both of them are the most popular of the Hairless Cat Breeds. Both of them are very active, agile, and gorgeous.
Cinnamon-Sirah is very small and very sweet, while the Siamese of Iran has a reddish and brown patch on their forehead that appears as they age. They also have a streak of white down the side of their face, which is pretty cute.
Hairless Cat Breeds
Both of the Hairless Cat Breeds mentioned above love being stroked by people. They like to be groomed, and get plenty of it. Most people don’t notice that the skin of these cats is a soft, warm feel, and they both feel right at home in kitty condos.
Some of the other good Cat Breeds are the Siamese of Indonesia, which is very strong and muscular, and the Persian, with its distinct pattern. All three are big and handsome and lovable.
You should avoid the Hairless American of Japan, which is a big ball of fur, and the Tosa Blue, which are very prone to skin infections. Cat Breeds that fall into this category are not suitable for indoor pets, so do not think about letting them out all the time. They’re like cats that need a scratching post, and they may even like one with roots.
The best Cat Breeds are the ones that appeal to your own sense of humor. These are the cats that you can’t help falling in love with.
If you’re afraid that your own sense of humor might get twisted into an ugly joke, there are some good jokes about these Cat Breeds that you can use. The first is to say that you want a Hairless Cat, and then to ask if the owners can afford a Tattoo of a Hairless Cat.
Alternatively, you can say that the person asks if you can provide a bandage instead and that you then add a little tagline like, “You want me to get a Hairless Cat and not a Bandage?”, and let it go at that.
Keep these things in mind before picking your next pet, and remember that, as a matter of fact, it’s never a bad idea to have a Hairless Cat Breed as your new pet. It just goes to show that, in fact, no one can go wrong.