Since the Minskin is a cross with the same breeds, it is sometimes confused with a Bambino cat because it sits low to the ground due to its short legs, and has a small to medium-sized body, with large ears, a tapering nose, a very sparse coat, and wide, round eyes. It has velvety-soft fur that can be seen at points or extremities, such as the face, ears, tail, and legs.
The International Cat Association has recognized the Minskin as an experimental breed while The Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) and the American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA) have not yet at this time.
Because the Minskin cat has hair in restricted regions, this is a breed that can be kept by allergic and non-allergic people..
The Minskin is considered a generally healthy and resilient breed but because of its genetic makeup is susceptible to a few conditions on rare occurrences...