Well-known Canadian hairless cat breed: Sphynx, developed in the 1960s through crossbreeding for a diverse gene pool. Some have a downy coat.
Bambino: small hairless cat, sphynx-munchkin crossbreed, some fur on face/ears/legs/tail, others totally bald.
Donskoy: Russian hairless cat with dominant gene for hairlessness. Some develop temporary winter coat. Not like Sphynx with recessive mutation.
Dwelf: Munchkin, American Curl & Sphynx mix, hairless & compact, prone to health issues, but affectionate with families.
Cross sphynx & American curl to create elf cat: friendly, playful, larger dwelf. Soft, downy skin like peach fuzz, with hair patches on ears, nose, paws, tail.
Lykoi cats: Werewolf appearance, some fully black-gray coated, others partly hairless, no hair on face, ears, legs, and feet.
Minskin: short-legged, hairless cat bred from Munchkin & Sphynx. Sparse fur, hairless belly. Unique breed.
Peterbald: Sleek, elegant feline from Donskoy-Oriental shorthair cross. Not all hairless; some have fine coat or full coat.
Breeders use hairless mutation in sphynx cats to create new hybrids like sphynxiebobs (sphynx + American bobtail), expanding hairless cat variety.
Ukrainian Levkoy: hairless, folded ears. Mix of Donskoy & Scottish Fold breeds. Friendly with pets. Unique appearance.