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The Bambino is a breed of cat that was created as a cross between the Sphynx and the Munchkin breeds.

Background



The first litter of Bambino kittens was registered in 2005. It was registered by TICA in 2005 as an experimental breed, Experimental Bambino, in 2006. "Bambino" means "baby" in Italian, as to the cats appearance of making it look like a kitten.

The Bambino has short legs it inherits from the Munchkin, and huge upright ears. It has the hairlessness of the Sphynx, with skin of white or pink. With no fur to absorb the cat's natural oils, the Bambino needs regular bathing with water and mild soap. The Bambino's hairless skin means that the cat is vulnerable to cold, strong sunshine and skin injury.

References



External links



  • The Cat Breeders Handbook (2nd ed.). TIBCC Publishing. 2009. p. 37. ISBN 978-0-9792807-2-6. 
  • "Bambino Cat". catbreedsinformation.com. Retrieved 2014-09-26. 




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