Victorian Sphynx ☽   

Purrfection is Hairless

Guarantee of Health at Time of Purchase

This feline is, to the best of our knowledge, healthy at the time of sale. He/she has had all age-appropriate vaccinations,  Routine feline deworming has also been performed. This health is guaranteed for a period of 72 hours, when examined by BUYER’s veterinarian within that time. It is recommended that the new cat be kept in quarantine, away from any other pets, during these first 72 hours.

If he/she is found to be medically deficient, with an untreatable or life threatening illness: (a) BUYER must notify the SELLER immediately, with a letter from the examining veterinarian; (b) he/she will be replaced with another feline, upon his/her return; (c) if one is not available, the BUYER will be placed first on the reservation list. If BUYER chooses to forego immediate examination, within the initial 72 hours, this encompassing guarantee is void.

The BUYER understands that, as dictated by The International Cat Association (, hairlessness varies from cat to cat and that no feline is completely hairless. Fur on the tail, feet, face, and back of ears is quite common. Furthermore, it is understood that hormones and genetics play an important role in hairlessness, and that it is possible for a kitten’s degree of hairlessness to change after being altered, or as it grows older. Reasons for increase in hair production include, but are not limited to: weather and climate of new home, seasonal and hormonal changes, and other factors that have a bearing on general growth. 

The SELLER is not responsible for any veterinarian bills incurred once the BUYER’s possession. As stated above, BUYER shall visit qualified licensed Veterinarian, within 72 hours, to validate guarantee. After 72 hours covered by the health guarantee, the SELLER cannot be held accountable for future diagnoses of various infections, Giardia, parasites, or fungi, due to possible contact in the environment after leaving the SELLER’s possession, and are not a result of genetics or breeding.

In the event feline is being introduced to a multi-pet household, the BUYER will take appropriate precautions, as the SELLER will not be responsible for any illness or injury incurred due to the exposure of the resident pets.

Ear cleaning and baths are recommended weekly, or as needed, depending on constitution or activity of feline. Hairless breeds produce a skin oil that, if left unattended, can potentially lead to infections of the skin, eyes, or ears.

The feline is guaranteed against congenital defects until one ( 1 ) year following his/her birth. Should he/she perish within this time, from a congenital defect, the feline will be replaced by one of equal quality and value when next available. This guarantee is provided only when a necropsy has been performed by a licensed veterinarian, and a certificate has been delivered to the SELLER as proof of cause of death. Necropsy and related fees are responsibility of the BUYER. No veterinary services will be reimbursed, and will always be the responsibility of the BUYER.