Bambinos are a relatively new breed of cat, with a very striking presence, quite similar to the Sphynx in personality and appearance, as it is bald, but with the exception of short legs like the Munchkin.
The Dwelf cat has a good character and temperament. It has three main physical characteristics that come from its crosses, which give it a striking and at the same time distinctive appearance. He is bald like the Sphynx, dwarf like the Munchkin, and has curved ears like the American Curl.
The Kinkalow cat is a hybrid of the cross between the Munchkin, from which it inherited its short legs, and the American Curl, from which it received its particularly curved ears. Due to the appearance of this and in relation to its rounded face, many compare it to a small tiger.
The Lambkin is born thanks to the crossing of the Munchkin from which it inherited its short legs and the Rex Selkirk, from which it obtained the fur and its passive and affectionate temperament. It has the appearance of a lamb, due to its abundant curly fur.
The Minskin cat has short legs and very little hair, it is the product of the cross between the Munchkin and the Sphynx. It appeared in the United States two decades ago. He does not yet have the recognition of feline entities, but he has many admirers around the cat world.
Thanks to the crossing of the Persian with the munchkin, we find the recent Minuet cat (Napoleon), inheriting the particular face of the Persian, and the short legs of the munchkin. It could be said that he presents dwarfism (achondroplasia).
The Munchkin also called dwarf cat, arose thanks to a natural mutation, giving it short legs and a small size, this condition did not affect their motor skills, since they are very agile and fast like any other. Very affectionate and sociable, ideal for all types of families.