The Donskoy cat originated in Russia in the 1960s. The breed was developed from a mutation that caused the cats to be hairless.
Donskoy cats are completely hairless, except for a small amount of hair on their heads, tails, and paws. They have wrinkled skin and large, expressive eyes.
Donskoy cats are known for their affectionate and playful personalities. They are also very intelligent and easy to train.
Donskoy cats require a little more care than other breeds of cats, as they need to be bathed regularly and their skin needs to be kept moisturized.
Donskoy cats are generally healthy, but they can be prone to some health problems, such as skin allergies and deafness.
Donskoy cats are becoming increasingly popular, and they are now recognized by most major cat registries.
If you are interested in getting a Donskoy cat, you can find breeders through the International Cat Association (TICA) or the World Cat Federation (WCF).