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Posted By:a wahab
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2009-03-14 07:49:02
NO, I am NOT saying that. Connie said that "Since these cats live in a hot climate, the Creator gave them minimum fur". We, the people, gave them minimum fur through breeding.
2009-03-14 07:44:33
You say the Creator had nothing to do with these cats? Did somebody just snap their fingers and the first one appeared out of nothing.
2009-03-14 06:40:15
The Creator (if you mean God, that is) has not much to do with these cats. The first successful haireless breed of cat was the Sphynx (as you correctly identified it). The earliest Sphynx was born in 1966, and the cat was named Prune. Although hairless cats have been reported throughout history (they seem to appear naturally about every 15 years or so), breeders in Europe have been working on the Sphynx breed since the early 1960s. Many people who are allergic to cats are able to have sphynxes as pets, which is the main reason for breeding hairless cats.
2009-03-14 03:46:26
The photographer gave those cat sphynx the perfect setting. Since these cats live in a hot climate, the Creator gave them minimum fur ;-)