The Sphynx cat is renowned for its unique hairless appearance. Unlike other cats, this breed, originating from selective breeding in the 1960s, has no fur and instead has only very fine hairs on its body or none at all. Due to their absence of a protective coat, Sphynxes tend to feel warm to the touch and have a preference for seeking out cozy places when they are not keeping busy.
As energetic cats, Sphynxes enjoy playtime and exploration, displaying a love for leaping and climbing. They are intelligent and curious creatures, with a knack for problem-solving and a love of puzzle toys and engaging tasks.
Despite their striking appearance, Sphynxes are incredibly affectionate and people-oriented. They thrive on human interaction and have a reputation for being “people cats”, forming strong bonds with their owners. Their loyalty and sociable nature make them a unique and cherished addition to any household.
A range of factors can influence the cost of pet insurance for your Sphynx cat, including the following:
This is the most basic type of pet insurance, covering costs for accidental injuries such as car accidents, poisoning, burns, fractures, snake and spider bites, but not illnesses and other conditions.
This type of insurance provides cover for accidental injuries as well as illnesses like cancer, gastrointestinal problems and eye, ear and skin conditions, but not routine care for your pet.