Everything about Sphynx Cat: Sphynx Cat Breed & Care Guide: Sphynx Cat Breed
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The Sphynx cat—you’ve got love them or hate them. It’s difficult for non-cat lovers to understand what it is about the Sphynx cat breed that makes them truly adorable. Many might take a second look at the animal, and then ask, “What kind of animal is that?” Well, the cat may look like one from another planet completely, but it’s actually difficult to be this breed. TICA, or The International Cat Association, has established several standards for a cat to be considered a Sphynx. If your cat were to be classified as a Sphynx, it has to have wedge-shaped heads; strong, prominent cheekbones; and large, wide, lemon-shaped eyes. It also has to have large, protruding ears with no hairs. A sphinx cat must not only have a muscular and strong neck but a muscular body as well. It must have a barrel chest and a potbelly at the same time. It should have unusually thicker paw pads, and lastly, its tail should be tapered just like a whip. However, there’s more to this breed than its looks. If you can look past the obvious nakedness of the Sphynx, you might get a chance to learn what’s truly amazing about this breed of cats. It might take a little bit of getting used to, but with a little bit of time, you can understand why this cat is the most popular breed of cats out there.
This book tackles all the essential information you need to know about this breed. Who knows? It might be the perfect cat for your household!
ASIN : B09NBCZ7F9
Publication date : December 8, 2021
Language : English
File size : 22369 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Not Enabled
Word Wise : Not Enabled
Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
Print length : 55 pages