To date, the whole world has only a few dozen children. They are notable for being both a cat-like and a werewolf-like face.
The photos below are the "Lykoi cat family" by Dorota Strychar, 36, from Legnica, Poland. She was the first person in Poland to own this cat, which was purchased from the US in late 2017.
The Greek word lykoi means werewolf - (Image: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)
Lykoi was dubbed the "werewolf in the cat family" thanks to the unique appearance, combination of many different cat breeds. At first glance, the Lykoi cats are both like the sphynx hairless cat, and the large round eyes of short-haired American cats but have the wolf face of Wolverine.
The extremely rare Lykoi cat breed was first bred in 2011 in Tennessee (USA) and usually sells for about $ 2,000 each.
They are the result of a genetic mutation in short-haired American cats . The gene mutation prevents Lykoi cats from developing hair like normal cats, but inhibited the area around their eyes, nose, mouth and ears to be hairless.
The remaining fur on the Lykoi cat's body also grows like a wolf.
Another special thing that makes Lykoi cats different from all cats is that they behave like a . dog ! They are very affectionate, like to be close to people, loyal to their owners, curious to explore around, eat a lot and are very active.
They possess the ability to hunt quickly like wolves, always follow and pounce on whatever they consider to be their prey.
Appearance of a small Lykoi cat - (Image: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)
Dorota Strychar bred Lykoi when she bought from the US, she now has 4 big cats and 6 kittens - (Image: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)
The funny looks and the special nature make this cat especially rare, high price and not everyone can buy. Simply because the number of Lykoi cats in the world today is very few - (Image: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)
When born, this breed looks like a sphynx cat - (Image: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)
The normal cat breed, when the baby is shaggy, grows up silky and soft, but the Lykoi species gets bigger, the more "disorderly" the fur is, as shaggy as a wolf's fur - (Photo: CATERS NEWS AGENCY)