Cat Lovers, Did You Know About These Weird Breeds?

Canadian Sphynx  

A genetic abnormality in a Toronto domestic cat produced a hairless kitten in 1966, creating this cat breed.  

Japanese Bobtail  

Japanese Bobtails, one of the oldest cat breeds, are athletic, sweet, and friendly, and they have no tail.  


Munchkin cats were first reported in the 1930s but not formally recognized as a breed until 1983.   

Ukrainian Levkoy  

A Donskoy-Scottish Fold mix, this breed has huge, wide-set almond-shaped eyes, a near-hairless body, and folded ears.  


These cats, a mix between a domestic cat and an Asian Leopard Cat, are athletic and energetic and have patterned and velvety coats.


Manx cats are noted for their taillessness, although they're good hunters, versatile, and adore water and automobiles.

Egyptian Mau  

The Egyptian Mau is smart, fast (up to 30 mph), and loves water. Illustrations of this breed date to 1550 B.C.  

Elf Cat  

The rare Elf cat is a mix of the American Curl and Sphynx breeds. Karen Nelson and Kristen Leedom, cat breeders and aficionados, introduced it in 2004.   

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