hairless

Favorite

Sphynx Appreciation Collection: Hairless And Working It

When it comes to unique cat breeds, most people are a little irked by the Sphynx cat. We are totally unsure of why that me be! They may not look like all the other cats, but their uniqueness makes them beautiful in their own way! What they lack in hair they make up for in awwdorablness. These sweet naked creatures also have some of the most expressive faces known to cat-kind. 

Other than their lack of hair, Sphynx cats are basically just like all other cats! They can be weirdos, jerks, sweethearts, and downright mischievous. And I would not let my Sphynx get to close to a cardboard box if I were you, unless you want said cardboard box to become your hairless friend's new hideout!

List of Sphynx Pictures | Thumbnail is two sphynx pics side by side
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Favorite

Adorable Furless Animals (18 Pics)

While we do love our super floofy animals, we also have a love for the non-fluffy/furry animals of the world! 

Reptiles, hairless mammals, and maybe even insects? Maybe. We'll see on that one. 

This list is a celebration of all hairless animals in their true, adorable forms. Fur isn't the measure of cuteness when it comes to an animal -- it's all about personality! And these animals below are jam-packed with personality!  

furless hairless animals cute adorable aww reptiles fur fluffy non snakes mammals | tiny baby turtle looking happy | yellow lizard licking a small flower
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Advertisement
Favorite

Meet Ludwik, The Hairless Guinea Pig

Hairless guinea pigs AKA Skinny pigs were developed in 1978 when scientists crossbred a haired guinea pig with a hairless guinea pig to create the ideal breed for a dermatology experiment. The result was a smushy creature just like Ludwik. Check out his adorable photos on Instagram. You won't regret it. 






hairless cute pig
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Favorite

An Abandoned Hairless Hamster Gets a Tiny Sweater To Protect Her From The Cold

Silky, a hairless hamster was dropped off at the Oregon Humane Society.  Apparently her family decided to move and couldn't take her with them.  However, it didn't take long for the shelter's staff to fall in love with her.  Silky is naturally hairless due to a genetic mutation, that means she can easily get cold, something staff member Selene Mejia realized when she saw Silky huddled in a corner of her cage. Selene took it upon herself to crochet a tiny sweater for Silky to keep her nice and warm.  The sweater fit her perfectly.  She seems to be doing better now, and as soon as she overcomes an eye infection, Silky will be available for adoption. See her awesomely cute photos below. Via: Awesomely Cute

cold cute hamster hairless - 6863365
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Favorite

12 Animals You Will Never Recognize Without Their Hair

Whether the animals you see below suffer from alopecia or were purposely bred to be hairless, they're quite peculiar to gaze at and almost unrecognizable without their signature fur coats. via: Can you actually

hairless animals you will find hard to recognize
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Advertisement
Favorite

This Hairless Hamster Is Cozy and Warm Thanks to Her New Sweater

The sweet people that work at the Oregon Humane Society crocheted Silky her very own sweater to keep her from getting chilly this winter. You can read her rescue story over on their website.

cute sweater hamster hairless - 1060357
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Favorite

This is a Hairless Cat Appreciation Post Because They Don't Get Nearly Enough Love

Sphynx cats might look like an old woman's hand, but they're actually incredibly cute and not even a tiny bit evil! We're big fans. Here's some of our favorite Sphynxies on Instagram.

Cats sphynx hairless - 1037317
View List
  • -
  • Vote
  • -
Advertisement
Advertisement