Balinese cats are related to the Siamese breed and are known for their silky, low-shedding coats.
These cats have similar characteristics to the Siamese and are considered hypoallergenic due to their short coats and less shedding.
Russian Blues have dense, short coats that shed less dander, making them a good choice for allergy sufferers.
The Sphynx is a hairless cat breed, which means they don't shed fur or dander, making them a top choice for those with allergies.
Cornish Rex cats have soft, wavy coats that produce fewer allergens compared to other breeds.
Like the Cornish Rex, Devon Rex cats have short, curly fur, which can reduce allergen exposure.
Siamese cats are generally known for producing fewer allergens and shedding less dander than other breeds.
Bengal cats have distinctive spotted coats and produce fewer allergens, although they may still trigger allergies in some individuals.
Javanese cats, related to the Siamese breed, have long, fine fur that can be less allergenic than thicker coats.
While not entirely hypoallergenic, Siberian cats are often better tolerated by people with allergies due to their lower levels of the Fel d 1 protein.