15 Least Shedding Cat Breeds

Cats April 15, 2016 Admin 0

Having a cat means having a companion who will follow you around and keep you company whatever you do in your home. It can... 15 Least Shedding Cat Breeds

Having a cat means having a companion who will follow you around and keep you company whatever you do in your home. It can bring you true joy and you are never really alone when you have a loving and playful cat around you. However, cats tend to shed a lot, and for some that is a deal breaker. Many people have a problem with having a cat that will leave lots of hair on their clothes, furniture and all around the house. Having to clean all that hair, whenever you have to go somewhere, can make you irritated and even angry at your cat sometimes, even if it had done nothing wrong. But that doesn’t mean that, if you’re a cat lover, you should avoid getting a cat just because it would shed a lot – there are several cat breeds that either don’t shed at all, or they do but much less than many other breeds. Read on to find out which the least shedding cat breeds are.

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1. Sphynx

Known for its lack of coat, this breed was developed through selective breeding. This cat breed actually arose from a careful breeding practice and natural genetic mutation. Today, there’s no need to specially breed this cat, as it has been fully established as a breed. The Sphynx looks like it has no hair on its body whatsoever, but that is not entirely true – it has very sparse and very short hair that makes this breed look like it is entirely bald, or that it has sophisticated and delicate suede.

This cat breed comes in several different colors, and if you like this type of cat, you’ll find that it look beautiful in each one. This cat sheds the least of all the cat breeds, which makes it a perfect addition to your family if you’re not up to dealing with cat hair all around you and your home. However, not everything is perfect when it comes to this cat. It is very sensitive to cold, so you may need to provide some clothes for it during the winter. Also, they tend to have breathing problems more commonly than other breeds.

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