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The Dwelf is an interesting looking and hairless cat breed that is quite new. In fact, its name is a combination of its elf-like features and dwarf-like stature. To develop this small kitty, the Munchkin, the American Curl, and the Sphynx were crossed, but the Sphynx’s features are the most apparent.
Unlike your stereotypical cat, Dwelf cats are known to be playful, active and almost dog-like in terms of their interactive and friendly nature. So, if your family is looking for a companion that’s going to want to be cuddled and nurtured, this is it!
Moreover, these cats are very smart. So they require mental stimulation, in addition to attention.
How To Care For A Dwelf Cat
While the Dwelf isn’t 100-percent hairless (peachfuzz counts as hair!), it needs to be kept indoors as Dwelfs are very sensitive to heat and cold, and they can get sunburn.
Potential owners should keep in mind that because they’re hairless, skincare is important. Dwelfs only require one bath per week, but be sure to do so or they’ll get oily. Wash them too much and their skin will dry out, much like our skin.