The notions of weak Cartesian closed category and very weak CCC are introduced by dropping the extensionality (and the naturality) requirements in the adjunction defining the closed structure of a CCC. A number of specific examples of these categories are given. The weak notions are shown to be equivalent from both the semantic and syntactic standpoint to the typed non-extensional lambda-calculus and to the typed Combinatory Logic, extended with surjective pairs. Type-free models are characterized as reflexive objects in wCCCs. Finally, categorical models for the second-order non-extensional calculus are defined, by introducing a simple generalization of the notion of PL-category.