The Bambino is a medium size domestic cat that originated from United States. It is also known as Long-haired Siamese that typically weighs 5 - 9 pounds for male, 4 - 7 pounds for female. This cat breed has a wrinkled hairless appearance and may have a short-length coat. They have little or no shedding and will be ideal to include some regular grooming to keep their coat in good condition.
Common Health Conditions
- As the Bambino is hairless, they often will require extra washing to ensure their skin is kept clean and in good condition. They are more prone oil build ups which can clog the pores and lead to skin infections and bacterial infections without the layer of protection given by fur on most cats.
- The extremely short legs of this breed are not of a natural origin and are due to a mutation in the cats’ genes which mean they are more likely to suffer from joint pain, mobility restriction and well as making these breeds more likely to encounter further deformities.
- The Bambino care have a hereditary predisposition to periodontal disease which consists of infections around the teeth but beyond the gums.