Bambino cats: hairless, small size. Sphynx-Munchkin cross. Some fur on face, ears, legs, tail. Outgoing, affectionate, playful.
Donskoy cats: Russian hairless breed. Hairlessness from dominant gene. Some develop partial winter coat. Unique from sphynx.
Dwelf cats: Munchkin, American Curl, Sphynx crosses. Hairless, compact, elf-like appearance. Health issues, outgoing, playful.
Elf cats: Sphynx-American Curl cross. Friendly, playful. Larger than dwelf. Soft skin with peach fuzz feel. Light patches of hair on ears, nose, paws, tail.
Lykoi cats: known as werewolf cats. Some fully coated, others hairless. Distinctive black-gray coat. Hairless areas on face, ears, legs, feet.
Minskin cats: short-legged, hairless breed. Munchkin-Sphynx cross. Devon Rex and Burmese influence. Sparse fur, hairless bellies.
Peterbald cats: elegant with long limbs. Donskoy-Oriental Shorthair cross. Variable hairlessness. Fine coat shed or retained. Occasional full coat.
Sphynx cats: well-known hairless breed from Canada. Recessive mutation. Crossbreeding for genetic diversity. Some have downy coat or patches of hair on face, legs, tail.
Hairless cat hybrids: Sphynxiebob, Sphynx-American Bobtail cross. Similar appearance to Sphynx, tailless or bobbed tail. Expand range of hairless cats.
Ukrainian Levkoy: Hairless with folded ears. Donskoy-Scottish Fold cross. Unique appearance, friendly, intelligent, playful. Gets along with other pets.