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All about Bernard
For many, just the thought of a hairless cat is enough to make them shudder. For these people, the sight of a hairless cat is shocking, and touching one is downright scary. If you are one of these people, then this article is unlikely to sway you in the other direction. However, if you are the kind of person who has always been a little bit intrigued by the unique look of hairless cats, read on. Behind their striking appearance is a fascinating background, and if you are considering making a hairless cat part of your family, there is also a plethora of information to know about the proper way to care for these beautiful creatures.
Congenital hairlessness in cats is an extremely rare trait. Essentially, a hairless cat is the result of genetic mutations in one or more of the genes which encode for normal hair development. While the word ‘mutation’ implies that this genetic condition is unwanted and accidental, there are actually many breeders who select specifically for the hairlessness trait and work to maintain the hairless lineage in their cats.
- Ashley Flores
- Province, Country:
- AZ, United States
- Blue Point Siamese
- Date of Birth:
- May 4,1997
- Coat Colour:
- Eye Colour:
Personality: I'm Very smart! #1 key right there. I'm not a stupid cat and from looks it looks like I'm very brillant.
Likes: I Love to lie on my family's behinds. When they lie down I jump on their butt and make myself comfortable. And love to play me some poker....the cards that were dealt, 2 pair! Kings and 10's.
Dislikes: I hate taking a bath. My owner makes me a bath with no Mr. Bubbles(sigh...)
Pet Peeves: I don't think I have any. Oh WAIT! When I'm sleeping I hate it when my family wakes me up when I'm sleeping in a comportable position!
Favourite Toy: I love my furry kitty cat and my owner's sandals.
Favourite Lounging spot: I have my own chair in the kitchen next to the outside door. My owner's will open the window shade and let the sun in and I love it there. I have already claimed the chair.
Most Embarrassing Moment: Everytime when I fall off my cat post.
Cherished Moment: When I met my new family. They welcomed me with open arms.