Their beauty must be on the inside! Some of the world’s most miserable looking cats enter competition to find most attractive feline (though at least one of them was adorable!) More than 200 cats entered international feline beauty competition Not all of the competitors were beautiful in the conventional senseDespite being hairless and wrinkly many Sphynx cats tried their luck By Olivia Williams PUBLISHED: 17:58 GMT, 6 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:33 GMT, 6 April 2013 Most people would recoil at a wide-eyed hairless cat with enormous ears, but these owners at a Romanian cat show could not be prouder of their pets. Of all the hopefuls at the international feline beauty competition in Romania on Saturday, the most unfortunate-looking breed were the Canadian Sphynx cats but their owners still thought they were in with a winning chance.
Not the prettiest cat but the most affectionate: The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest felineThe pedigree pets have come out as the most affectionate and friendly in a survey of all types of catsThe most unfriendly were non-pedigree, crossbreed 'moggies' — also known as domestic short-haired cats — Britain's most common variety | UPDATED: 00:12 GMT, 3 December 2012 They might not be the prettiest of animals but when it comes to friendliness, the hairless Sphynx is the cat’s whiskers. A survey of different types of cat found the pedigree breed to be the most affectionate, whereas Britain’s most common variety – the non-pedigree shorthaired domestic moggy – is the most unfriendly.