The Sphynx is the breed that comes to mind first when most people hear the phrase "non-shedding cat breed."
This breed was created as a consequence of a genetic mutation that occurred on its own as a result of natural selection.
Despite the fact that they have a fine, downy coat that covers their entire body, sphynx cats are classified as a breed of hairless cat.
In spite of the fact that they do not shed, Sphynx cats nevertheless require regular bathing and skin care in order to remain in good health.
The Don Sphynx, which is often referred to as the Donskoy, is a breed of cat that looks very similar to the Sphynx but is not the same breed.
One of the most significant distinctions is that the hairless gene found in Don Sphynx is a dominant gene, which makes it simpler to produce hairless
offspring through breeding. Typically, a cat will have a short, fluffy coat, but this will fall out over the course of its first two years of life
The Peterbald is a hybrid that was created by breeding an Oriental Shorthair with a Don Sphynx.