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Things you should know about Sphynx Cats

I am gradually going to add a list of items new Sphynx owners should know.

Sphynx cats obviously do not shed, however they do leave behind mild greasy residue, which may be noticeable as a "dirty" area where they are sleep, especially on white bedding, or if they walk on white porcelain vanity with wet feet repeatedly.  This same grease or oil is what builds up in their ears, around the base of their nails, and to a varying extent on their body.  An occasional bath, even a sponge bath, with a careful ear clean and nail clean is required.

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   How long did it take you to appreciate the beauty of the Sphynx cat?  Or perhaps you are not there yet. Years ago when I first saw a Sphynx I was intrigued, but it was not until years later when I spent an hour looking at many photos, that I was struck with their gorgeous sculpture-like quality.  My daughter, on the other hand, was not as easily convinced and would not touch our first Sphynx for a month.  I think it was mostly the tail that bothered her - she felt it resembled that of a rat.
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