Sphynx cats are just a mutated version of the regular housecat — just without fur! As all Domestic cats, the Spyhnx can have any color in the rainbow when it comes to cat coat colors, but it is the skin and fine hairs on their bodes that are pigmented with color. The skin color on a Sphynx would be slightly dierent than the actual fur color. An example would be a black Sphynx….it’s skin would be pigmented a dark gray, with the fur being an actual solid dark black. Some people mistake a Black Sphynx as a grey one for this reason!
Patterns are how a cat is marked. The dictates point color, tabby markings, calico and tortie coloration etc. We will get into this later. For now let’s talk about colors.
The most common colors are are solid colors or patterns with white in certain areas.
A solid White Sphynx is also called a “Pink” or “Cream” colored cat due to absence of pigmentation.