Female Sphynx Kitten
Female Sphynx Kitten the most distinctive feature of the sphynx cat is its appearance of hairlessness. The Sphynx is of medium size and body conformation with substantial weight for its size. Females are generally smaller than males. The head shape is a modified wedge, with prominent cheekbones and whisker pads giving a squared appearance to the muzzle. The body is warm and soft to the touch, with a skin texture akin to either a soft peach or a smooth nectarine. The Sphynx is sweet-tempered, lively, intelligent, and amenable to handling. My Sphynx cats and Sphynx kittens are part of our family. Sphynx kittens are ready to go to their new homes when they are socialized and ready for their new environment around 12-14 weeks old. I love talking with potential owners about my Sphynx hairless kittens and sharing pictures I am very proud of all of my hairless cats. I hope you enjoy browsing my website and viewing the photos of my Sphynx cats and kittens. Our sphynx kittens come in all colors. Including black, white, blue, tabby, points, minks, and occasionally odd eyed:)
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In addition to the sphynx cat being nearly hairless, it is the sphynx’s intelligence, affection, and playfulness that make them unique among felines. Sphynx cats and sphynx kittens have a fine down on their body, or some hair on the paws, nose, tail, or outer ears. The feel of their skin can be compared to that of chamois or somewhat rubbery. Some people who suffer from cat allergies can tolerate living with Sphynx cats. However, depending on the type and severity of the individual’s allergic reactions, there are still people who cannot live with sphynx cats or sphynx kittens. It is always recommend that you visit a breeder to see if you have allergies to the sphynx cat.
Sphynx cats and Sphynx kittens get along great with other pets. They quickly adapt to other cats, dogs, or any other pets in you household. Two sphynx are always better than one! Sphynx cats and sphynx kittens require a lot of attention and can get very lonely when left alone. Because of this we always discount for anyone purchasing more than one sphynx from us! Female Sphynx Kitten For Sale
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How do I keep my Female Sphynx Kitten / sphynx kitten warm?
A general rule of thumb is to consider your comfort level. If you are comfortable enough in your home to walk around naked then they are usually comfortable too. If you are bundled up in a sweater or under the blankets to keep warm, a Sphynx would probably appreciate the same treatment. If they do get chill a Sphynx will seek out a place to get warm such as on top of the TV or computer monitor, under the covers on a bed, in a sunbeam, or in a covered pet bed. Many people keep heating blankets or pads, wrapped with a blanket, turned on low so their Sphynx can find a warm spot if needed. You can also find heated pet beds which most Sphynx love. Female Sphynx Kitten
How much do I need to bath my sphynx cat or sphinx kitten?
This really depends on the individual cat. Some Sphynx produce more oil than others and would need to be bathed more frequently, while others produce little to no oil and can go several weeks to months without a bath. As a rule I would suggest a monthly bath with zymox shampoo as a starting point and you can alter the schedule to fit the needs of your particular Sphynx. We use baby wipes between bathing. Female Sphynx Kitten For Sale
What colors do sphynx come in?
Sphynx come in all colors and patterns found in the cat world including pointed, mink sepia, tabby and bi-color. A cat’s color isn’t just in it’s fur but goes completely down to the pigmentation of its skin as a Sphynx easily demonstrates. Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA).
What is the lifespan of a sphynx cat? have a normal lifespan and don’t suffer from any special health problems. Although, as in any breed, there are unfortunate early deaths, many Sphynx have enjoyed a full life into their late teens or twenties.
What is the average size of a sphynx cat?
Generally adult females weigh 6-8 pounds while males are 8-10 pounds, however this can vary to some extent either way.
What causes sphynx to grow hair?
Much depends on the gentic background of the particular cat, no cat is truly hairless but hormone changes may sometimes cause your Sphynx to grow a small amount of fuzz as it matures (for whole cats). It may also come and go with the changing season or remain intact. Mother Nature will often have the last word.