Cat Breed of the Day: Don Hairless


From CatsterDon Hairless are very affectionate and interactive with their owners. They are active and need a lot of attention. Although they don’t have fur, Don Hairless still need a lot of grooming to keep their skin healthy. They must be wiped down daily with a damp cloth to remove sweat. Don Hairless are prone to sunburn and should be kept indoors. The breed becomes cold easily and should be protected from droughts. The ideal Don Hairless is medium-sized and has large ears. The cat is muscular, has almond-shaped eyes and long, webbed toes.

While the Don Hairless is considered a rare and unusual breed of cat we’ve heard nothing but good things about them.  If any of you own a Don Hairless we’d love for you to send in any pictures, videos, or stories you might have.  In the meantime we hope you enjoy this gallery of Don Hairless cats and kittens.  Be sure to click “next” under each picture to view them all!

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