One of the most well-known hairless breeds, Sphynx cats have a fine downy coat or no coat at all. They are characterized by their wrinkled skin and large ears.
Originating in Russia, the Peterbald is a slender and elegant cat breed known for its various coat types, including completely bald, velour, brush, and flock.
Another Russian breed, the Donskoy, or Don Sphynx, can have varying degrees of hairlessness, from completely bald to a short coat.
A relatively new breed, Bambinos are a cross between the Sphynx and Munchkin breeds. They have short legs and are mostly hairless.
Known for their distinctive folded ears and hairless or nearly hairless coat, Ukrainian Levkoys have a unique appearance.
A newer hybrid breed, Elf Cats are a cross between the Sphynx and American Curl. They have unique curled ears and a hairless or nearly hairless coat.
Also known as the Werewolf Cat due to its resemblance to a werewolf, Lykois have a partially hairless coat that gives them a striking appearance.
A rare breed originating from Hawaii, Kohana cats have a nearly hairless coat with a fine downy fur.