Perhaps the most well-known hairless cat breed, the Sphynx is known for its lack of fur and wrinkled skin. Despite their appearance, they are known to be warm to the touch.
Originating from Russia, the Peterbald can have a range of coat types, including completely bald. They are known for their elegant and slender appearance.
Another Russian breed, the Donskoy, or Don Sphynx, can have various coat lengths, including completely bald. They have a distinct appearance with large ears and almond-shaped eyes.
A cross between the Sphynx and Munchkin breeds, the Bambino is a small, hairless cat with short legs. They are known for their friendly and playful nature.
This is a relatively new and rare breed, resulting from the crossbreeding of the Sphynx and the American Curl. They have distinctive curled ears and a hairless coat.
Originating from Ukraine, the Ukrainian Levkoy has a unique appearance with folded ears and a mostly hairless coat. They are known for their friendly and sociable nature.
Also known as the "werewolf cat," the Lykoi has a partially hairless coat with a werewolf-like appearance. They are friendly and often compared to dogs in their behavior.
This breed is a result of a spontaneous genetic mutation. They have a hairless coat and are known for their friendly and affectionate nature.
A breed derived from the Sphynx, Munchkin, and American Curl breeds, the Dwelf has short legs, curled ears, and a hairless coat. They are known for their playful and affectionate demeanor.
While not completely hairless, the Chantilly-Tiffany can have a very short coat. They are known for their striking blue eyes and elegant appearance.