Burmese cats are prone to diabetes and hypokalaemic polymyopathy, and some may carry a gene causing craniofacial deformity.
Maine Coons have a high prevalence of heart condition and hip dysplasia. They also require frequent grooming due to their long-haired coat.
Active and curious breed prone to pyruvate kinase deficiency, progressive retinal atrophy, patella luxation, and renal amyloidosis.
LaPerm cats have wavy coat that may require enhanced skin care due to oil buildup, making it feel greasy .
American bobtails' shortened tails can have health implications, as the gene responsible for tail loss can cause severe spinal and/or neurological problems.
Manx cats are prone to birth defects and corneal dystrophy. Their short tails can cause spine and nerve issues resulting in partial paralysis.
The Balinese cat breed thrives on attention, can be vocal and mischievous, and is prone to several health issues including progressive retinal atrophy and asthma.
The Singapura breed is not meek, but a powerhouse with a love for exploration. They are prone to progressive retinal atrophy.
Sphynx cats have high metabolism and hearty appetites, abundant energy, and require regular bathing and ear/nail cleaning due to lack of hair.
Siamese cats require stimulation and regular feeding. They are prone to health issues such as asthma, lymphoma, and systemic amyloidosis.
Himalayan cats are prone to brachycephalic airway syndrome, eye disease, and hip dysplasia.
Persian cats are prone to various health issues like heart and kidney problems. Their long coats require daily maintenance with a metal comb.