Bambino: pint-sized hairless cat, a mix of sphynx and munchkin. Some fur on face, ears, legs, tail; others are hairless. Outgoing, affectionate, playful nature. Name means "baby" or "child" in Italian.
Donskoy: Russian hairless cat, also called Don hairless or Don sphynx. Hairlessness from dominant gene, unlike recessive in sphynx. Some develop partial winter coat, shed in warmer weather.
Dwelf: crossbreed of munchkin, American curl, and sphynx. Hairless, compact, elf-like appearance from mutations, leading to health issues. Outgoing, engaged with families. Playful nature.
Elf cat: result of sphynx and American curl crossbreed. Friendly, playful, larger version of dwelf. Soft skin with downy feel, resembling peach fuzz. Light patches of hair on ears, nose, paws, tail.
Lykoi: werewolf cat. Not always hairless. Some have black-gray coat, others are predominantly hairless. Lack hair around face, back of ears, legs, feet.
Minskin: short-legged, hairless cat from munchkin-sphynx cross. Later mixed with Devon rex, Burmese breeds. Sparse, fine fur, especially at points. Bellies usually hairless.
Peterbald: elegant cat, long limbs. Originated from Donskoy-Oriental shorthair cross. Not all hairless; some have fine coat shed or kept for life. Occasional full coat like typical cat.
Sphynx: popular hairless breed from Canada in 1960s. Recessive genetic mutation. Crossbreeding with shorthair cats for diverse gene pool. Some have downy coat or hair patches on face, legs, tail.
Breeders use sphynx hairless mutation to create hybrids like sphynxiebob (sphynx-American bobtail). Similar to sphynx, but tailless or short-tailed. Hybrids expand hairless cat variety, not officially recognized breeds.
Ukrainian levkoy: hairless with folded ears. Donskoy-Scottish fold crossbreed. Unique appearance. Friendly, intelligent, playful. Can get along with other pets.