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People think the breed is from Egypt because of the name but a woman in Toronto is actually given credit for discovering the breed. It's a mutation that occurs naturally and one of her cats gave birth to a litter of kittens and two were hairless, and that's how it started.
He looks a bit like the Egyptian cats statues, very slim and big long ears. :))
Him must have had a little Mexican Hairless and well as something else. This was your shadow and a very faithful friend. They are hard to get.
I am so sorry to hear that.. :((( Like I said still love it no matter what and am feeling your lost also..again so sorry
This cat is no longer with me and I miss him every day. The best way I can describe what he was like is a cross between a dog and a monkey. He loved to sit on my shoulder or ride around in a little pouch I wore when I went out. He went everywhere. He followed me around like a dog and never left my side. A real one owner cat.
You know I love animals of all kinds....but this cat, I can love it as an animal but never could have one as I am not into naked animals that look like this one LOL this one looks sick to me and that worries me to much to have one like it is.....but still love it :)))
As small kittens they are very wrinkled. They seem to grow into their skin as they get older.
Love the wrinkles. Thanks, 2/7.