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You can imagine being a hairless cat … wearing clothing … in a stroller … would draw attention … and he does. I am lucky that Moshe Moshi does enjoy being out and about and getting an abundance of head and neck scratching and butt rubs. It gives both of us an opportunity to dispel many myths and assumptions about cats in general and more specifically, hairless cats. I’m always asks tons of questions and though what is asked is always the same, I’m still astounded by the misinformation and misconceptions people garner about the breed and its care.

Though much of what I promote on this blog can apply to any beloved cat, I've decided to add a page called “CARE 2B NAKED”, that will keep a list of post and provide informational links about hairless cat care. There are universal practices that all hairless pet owners should follow for optimal health of this breed. Like all pets, how we accomplish a needed task can be specific to that pet, so I will present my personal way of achieving a given outcome as well as recommendations from Veterinarians, Breeders and other owners about care for their naked kidz. Moshe Moshi is a Sphynx, but our post will include the other naked breeds (Bambinos, Peterbalds, Elf, Levcoy, Donskoy). We may even include some naked dog info. Topics I will cover in future posts:
Eye, Ear and Feet Care Skin Care Allergies Diets Dental Enrichment

Though the breed is hardy (a myth that hairless are delicate) I will also address health disorders sometimes associated with hairless breeds like Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and Skin disorders.

All in all, it’s a wonderful experience being owned by an naked cat and with proper care and maintenance you can look forward to a happy, naked life.

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