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Her current rating is 4.2 out of 5 with 15 vote(s).
All about Tora
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.
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- DSH Tabby
- Date of Birth:
- Jun 19, 2009
- Coat Colour:
- Orange tabby with white nose, boots and underbelly
- Eye Colour:
Very tame and intelligent. Affectionate and quite talkative. Will response to my voice as if in conversation which in fact is what we are having. Was leash trained but no longer requires this during walks. She will stay in sight for the most part but will hunker under cars as cats do. If she gets outside unattended, she will not wander far. Tora is good with other cats generally, once the hissing stage is over. She is cautious of dogs though.