Hairless cat breeds, such as a Sphinx or a Peterbald, don't necessarily mean less maintenance. Although these cats are beautiful, unusual and affectionate, their exposed skin often requires more care than that of a typical furry feline.read more
Owner: Liz Dickman
Hometown: Springfield, IL
Likes: Sleeping on me, sleeping under the covers, getting in the bathtub, playing with bottle caps, getting on top of the washer
Dislikes: The vacuum, people food
Liz Dickman says:
I adopted my girl from my local APL. When I held her for the first time, I knew she was my cat. She is the sweetest, most mellow cat that I've ever had. Nothing bothers her. When I come home late from work, she tells me what's what! I call her Squeak because her meow is a little squeak.
Cats reach full skeletal development when they are this old: