Bare beauty: Reach out to owners of Sphynx cats with these social media posts
Here's the naked truth about Sphynx cats: Many of their owners want to learn more about them! Starting a Breed of the Month theme on your social media networks can engage Sphynx owners and other clients. Here are some premade tweets and Facebook posts you can use:
Tweets: Just press the Twitter buttons below and log in to tweet these messages.
Facebook posts: Copy the type, log into Facebook, and paste the type into the status field.
The breed we are celebrating this month is the Sphynx cat! A Sphynx is soft and has nearly hairless skin, a beautiful angular face, big eyes and a potbelly. Please send us pictures of your beautiful, hairless cats we can share online!
Sphynx cats tend to be very healthy. Come see us for a checkup to make sure your cat is avoiding any issues!
Tweet The #Sphynx is often called the friendliest of all cat breeds. Do you agree? #BreedOfTheMonth
The Sphynx cat is often called the friendliest of all cat breeds. What do you think about that claim?
Tweet The first known #Sphynx cat was born to a domestic shorthair cat in 1966. How has the breed changed your life? #BreedOfTheMonth
Sphynx cats get their (near) hairlessness from a recessive gene. The first Sphynx was as the kitten of a barn cat in Canada in 1966. How has the breed changed your life?
Tweet #Sphynx cats come in almost every color and pattern. Think your kitty's pretty? Send us a pic to post in our clinic! #BreedOfTheMonth
Sphynx cats come in almost every color and pattern, including solid colors, point patterns (like Siamese cats), calico and tortoiseshell. Think your kitty's pretty? Send us a pic to post in our clinic!
For care and maintenance of your beautiful Sphynx cat, clean the ears, eyes, toes and claws regularly. Without normal hair and with their unique skin, Sphynx need a little bit of help with grooming. Come see us for more care tips for your cat!
Tweet #Sphynx cats are prone to a certain heart disease. Visit us for regular checkups! #BreedOfTheMonth
The most concerning of Sphynx health issues is also a concern for cats overall—a condition in which the cells of the heart grow larger than normal. Visit us for regular checkups!
With the lack of a protective fur coat, Sphynx cats must be shielded from sunburn and cold temperatures. How do you protect your cat?
Sphynx cats can suffer from a rare condition that makes their skin inflamed and itchy. Come visit if your cat is too itchy!