In this video I explain the reasons we chose to breed the bobtail sphynx cats, the SphynxieBob, and BamBob.
Meet the World’s Most Rare Cat Breeds the SphynxieBob & BamBob! The SphynxieBob and BamBob is the brand new rare cat breed developed by April Arguin and Team at LiLNudists Cattery. The SphynxieBob is the purposeful breeding of the American Bobtail and Domestic Bobtail breeds to the Sphynx hairless cat. The result is a hairless Sphynx cat with a naturally occurring Bob Tail. The BamBob is the purposeful breeding of the American Bobtail and Domestic Bobtail breeds to the Bambino hairless cat. The result is a hairless Bambino cat with a naturally occurring Bob Tail. The breeds are now recognized and registered through the Rare and Exotic Feline Registry. http://rareandexoticfelinereg.homeste...
LiLNudists' catteries amazing hairless SphynxieBob and BamBob cats and kittens. They are created from the cat breed the Sphynx which are are a breed of hairless cats created by a naturally occurring genetic mutation which causes them to be bald. The very rare new hairless cat breed the Bambino cat breed is the direct result of the purposeful breeding between the Sphynx cat and the Munchkin cat. This produces the amazing Bambino who carriers on the naturally occurring traits for hairless-ness from the Sphynx cat, and the trait for short-legs, or dwarfism, from the Munchkin cat. Both breeds are amazingly friendly, loving, social and smart. The both have unique traits of hairlessness, large ears, and super smooth skin and YES.... lots of wrinkles! The Bambino walks with a unique little swagger to walk their way right into your heart! www.LiLNudists.com Q: What are Sphynx hairless cats? A: Sphynx cat is a hairless cat resulting from the selective breeding of a naturally occurring genetic mutation causing them to be born hairless. Most of today's pedigreed Sphynx are descendants of the original three females, Q. Punkie and Q. Paloma, who were rescued from the streets of Toronto, Canada and sent to Dr. Hugo Hernandez in Holland in 1980. The offspring from these breeding's were sold in the United States, Holland and France and are the foundation of most of our present day breeding Sphynx.
Q: What are Bambino hairless cats? A: Bambinos are a very new, very rare breed. According to Lil Nudists Cattery, Stephanie and Pat Osborne of HolyMoly Cattery established and founded the Bambino cat in 2005. The Bambino is the purposeful outcross breeding between the Sphynx breed and the Munchkin cat. The Munchkin is a breed of cat, which has naturally spontaneously occurring autosomal dominant mutation causing distinctive short legs. This breed was studied extensively for years and was deemed to be a healthy genetically sound breed; which is fully eligible for Championship status with both major cat associations. The result of these breeding's is a hairless cat like the Sphynx, with adorable short little legs!
Q: Are Sphynx cats completely hairless? A: Not always. In fact, some Sphynx have patches of fur while others might be completely hairless.
Q: What does petting a Sphynx cat feel like? A: They are soft and warm, similar to a peach. The best thing about them is that they don't shed!
Q: What extra precaution does an owner need to take with a Sphynx cat or Bambino cat in comparison to a regular cat? A: Since this breed is hairless they can easily become cold or sunburned.
Q. How big do Sphynx and Bambino cats get? A: Sphynx and Bambinos are medium sized cats and can be 6 -- 12 lbs.
Q. What is the difference between the Sphynx and Bambino and the SphynxieBob and BamBob? A: SphynxieBob and Bambob are the same as the Sphynx and Bambino in every way except they have a short naturally occurring bobtail!