Sphynx cats Nim and Coco who have been rescued by Fylde Coast Cats. See SWNS story SWLEcat; A hairless Sphynx cat has been rescued by a sanctuary who took it in when it was almost bred to death by being forced to give birth to around 70 kittens - earning it's previous owner £140,000. A female sphynx cat who was relentlessly bred to produce more than 70 kittens to be flogged for up to £2,000 each has been saved by a Blackpool cat rescue. Koko, 11, and her nine-year-old son Nim arrived at Fylde Coast Cats, on Newhouse Road, in a terrible condition earlier this month. The elderly female, who had been rescued from a breeder in the North East, is believed to have given birth to at least 70 kittens in her lifetime, earning her former owner up to £140,000, as sphynx kittens can sell for up to £2,000 each.