Sphynx cat rescues are available at PureBredCatRescue.com. This website features pure bred cats and kittens available for adoption or fostering. Adoption fees include spaying or neutering, a feline leukemia test, microchipping and a distemper vaccination. Listings are updated daily. Adoption fees vary with the age and breed of the cat.
PureBredCatRescue.com also features information about each breed, tips on caring for a cat, such as grooming and diet and nutrition information, and adoption success stories.
The Sphynx cat lacks a traditional cat coat, although it is not truly hairless. Its skin has a fine layer of down and appears as the color its hair would be. Sphynx cats lose more body heat than cats with fur and feel warmer to the touch. They are extroverted, thrive on attention and are sometimes considered “Velcro” cats. Sphynx cats are active, playful and affectionate and generally get along well with other pets.