Hairless Devon Rex

A reminder that the curly haired Devon Rex can be hairless or partially hairless. I think the hairlessness can be permanent or transient. Perhaps someone can clarify that?

The point I am making is that if a Devon Rex is hairless the cat becomes something like a Sphynx cat. They have a similar appearance anyway. On that basis why not adopt a Sphynx instead? I think it just creates a complication. After all the main reason why people adopt a rex breed of cat is for the unusual curly coat. If that is missing, your not getting what you wanted.

Here is a picture of a hairless Devon Rex advertised for sale (at 1st Nov. 2011):

Hairless Devon Rex - see the advert.


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