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    • Falyn Lee

      You can call it the Sphynx, the most famous hairless cat breed in the world. Originating in Canada in 1966 when a single hairless kitten named Prune was born. The Sphynx seems like a relatively new breed. However, hairless cats can be traced back to the time of the Aztecs! While they appear completely bald, the Sphynx's are actually covered in a light "peach fuzz."

    • Willa Jolles

      Sphinx kitten don't tell Hannah!!! Cat Breeds | Everything about cats.

    • Kay Schafer

      Cant wait until my birthday!

    • Diane Anderson

      Hairless cat. I've always wanted a hairless kitty cat.

    • Britney Monahan

      sphynx cat... Awwww bald baby kitty!!!

    • Mariana Tejeda

      Awesome article about Sphynx cats. #hairlesscats #cats #cute #adorable #lovecats #catlady #cutecats #sphynxcat

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