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hairless cat....."don't talk to me before I've had my coffee!"

Sphynx cat reacts during an international cat beauty show in Vilnius, Lithuania, Saturday, April (AP Photo/Mindaugas Kulbis)

Don’t get grumpy because it’s cold out. | 17 Lessons Cats Taught Us About Menswear

17 Lessons Cats Taught Us About Menswear

Don’t get grumpy because it’s cold out. 17 Lessons Cats Taught Us About Menswear

She gets grey hair and a hairless cat! Not fair! #goals

The skin of the Russian Donskoy cat is soft and warm. However, that does not mean they do need protection from too much sunlight exposure.

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The skin of the Russian Donskoy cat is soft and warm. However, that does not mean they do need protection from too much sunlight exposure.

Spencer Sphynx

The skin of the Russian Donskoy cat is soft and warm. However, that does not mean they do need protection from too much sunlight exposure.

I wish I could find an oriental cat. Their faces are so lovely.

Oriental Shorthair - This breed is closely related to the Siamese cat. They have a wedge-shaped head with large ears closer to the sides than the tops of their heads. With their sleek build, these cats are very athletic and great at jumping.

I am now even more convinced that the Sphynx is my spirit animal...

I am now even more convinced that the Sphynx is my spirit animal.

hhahahhaha im so sorry for blowing up pinterest with these babes haha

Amazing Facts You Have to Know About Donskoy Cat

OMG...

This really needs the character Victor Meldrew saying "I don't believe it" from the BBC comedy show One Foot in the Grave.

The skin of the Russian Donskoy cat is soft and warm. However, that does not mean they do need protection from too much sunlight exposure.

Amazing Facts You Have to Know About Donskoy Cat

The skin of the Russian Donskoy cat is soft and warm. However, that does not mean they do need protection from too much sunlight exposure.

Amazing Facts You Have to Know About Donskoy Cat

DONSKOY aka DON-SPHYNX: rare russian hairless cat, unrelated to the better known Sphynx breed. The Don hairlessness is caused by a dominant gene, whereas the Sphynx hairlessness is caused by a recessive gene.

Sphynx Cat: Some Interesting Facts (Infographic) #cat breeds #cats #Sphynx cat

Sphynx Cat: Some Interesting Facts (Infographic)

We've written about the Sphinx cat breed before, but this infographic has some additional and quite interesting facts about them.

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