Siamese, a stunning Thai breed, captivates with distinct markings, lanky build, social demeanor, and vocal charm. Prone to dental/respiratory issues; lifespan: 12-20 years.
Burmese, a playful and social cat, originated from Burma-Siamese crossbreeding. Predisposed to cranial issues, glaucoma; yet generally healthy. Average lifespan: 16-18 years.
Sphynx, high-maintenance breed, hairless and needs warmth in cool weather. Regular bathing necessary for skin oil. Prone to heart disease, neurological issues, and skin conditions.
Savannah cat, part African serval, and domestic breed, suited for experienced owners. Friendly but unpredictable, bold, and active. Generally healthy; average lifespan: 12-20 years.
Egyptian Mau, named after ancient Egyptian art, has a spotted coat. Friendly and family-oriented, they demand affection. Prone to heart disease, average lifespan: 12-15 years.
Ragdoll, an affectionate and easygoing breed, adores humans and goes limp when held. Generally healthy, prone to bladder stones, heart disease. Average lifespan: 15+ years.
Balinese, likely a longhaired Siamese mutation, shares traits with Siamese: friendly, energetic, chatty, and involved in home activities. Coat length sets them apart. Average lifespan: 12-20 years.
Russian Blue, quiet and reserved, affectionate but not clingy. Enjoys sunspots and high vantage points. Prone to bladder stones, eye issues; average lifespan: 15-20 years.
Bombay: resembles a mini panther, easygoing, affectionate, playful. Prone to respiratory issues, heart disease, and excess tearing. Average lifespan: 12-16 years.
American Shorthair, pedigreed domestic version, great for families with kids. Playful, easygoing, self-entertaining, and social. Generally healthy but prone to heart disease.