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Although these cats come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, they're hairless, so color is really skin pigmentation. Coloured cats look as if they've been tattooed. Lines of Sphynxes differ in terms of build. According to Standard, they should be long, fine-boned, and muscular. Wrinkles are allowed only on the cats' noses. Their bellies should be full and round, but not fat. Sphynxes should have long necks and square chins. Their eyes should be deep set and slanted. They should have a definite curve in their noses. Their tails are long and whip-like. Like Devon and Cornish Rexes, their ears are large and upright. The Sphynx is extremely sociable, but full of mischief!

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