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post #31 of 45
LOL, naked cat invasions!
Love the naked cats.
And the spotted (and marbled) kitties too which also have a strong following in this section!
post #32 of 45
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Originally Posted by skewch View Post
I like to feel needed
An Ocicat will make you feel needed

They need to tell you about their day, they need to follow you room to room, they need to assist with whatever you're doing, they need to sit on your lap - purring and kneading
post #33 of 45
Hey I do love the spotted breeds also.
I also love the exotic looking breeds.
Sphynx are my favorite breed.
post #34 of 45
Sphynx come in all colours and patterns don't they? You might find a spotted tabby Sphynx
post #35 of 45
They do come in spotted but I have never see one
Just had to chase a crazy sphynx all over the house.
She likes to run then stop and meow.
Then she will jump on me.
post #36 of 45
Never seen a spotted tabby Sphynx either. Mainly bicolors or calicos. I don't think the breeders really care or breed for specific colors as there is no fur. Its more on type then anything else.

I did find some tabby hairless cats with cool pics:

http://www.freewebs.com/sleekatscattery/
post #37 of 45
Wow, those are cool! My Molly has stripes on one of her hind legs on the inside, I would love to see her have a kitten that was all tabby
post #38 of 45
Those are cool.
I am not going by color with my next sphynx.
The breeders I have talked to bred for type.
post #39 of 45
Little Scotty, classic red tabby, is cute! I wonder how much of the pattern will still be visible when he matures.

The second cat from the bottom has the most amazing gold eyes! What 'coat' color would that be called?

I like the more Oriental look of the Peterbalds.

Speaking of Peterbalds, whatever happened to Gary with Magnoliachat?
post #40 of 45
He has a Peterbald Group.
He has been busy.
post #41 of 45
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Originally Posted by mews2much View Post
He has a Peterbald Group.
He has been busy.
Thank you.
post #42 of 45
So much for the Sphynx recognizing the Tribble as a foe, Zee cuddled with it and purred

I dont find taking care of the nakeds that difficult. It literally takes me 15 minutes to bathe both cats and another ten or so to do pedicures. Cleaning ears is a bit more time consuming. Sphynx kittens are usually bathed from an early age and learn to tolerate the routine. Zee whines, but he stays in the water.

I would like to know if males are just stinkier LOL Melange never smells like Zee does, the little pig
post #43 of 45
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Originally Posted by anita1216 View Post
So much for the Sphynx recognizing the Tribble as a foe, Zee cuddled with it and purred

How cute! Did you get pictures?
post #44 of 45
Have pictures of Cleo taking a bath.
Its easy to clean the ears.
Getting the oil off under her front paws by her arm pits is the hard part.

post #45 of 45
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Originally Posted by KittiesHasMe View Post
How cute! Did you get pictures?

No, I never seem to have the camera ready when any of the furkids are being cute. I need to get better about that.
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