They are known for their lack of fur, which can make them more susceptible to skin issues and temperature sensitivity. Their high energy levels might require more attention and interaction.
Bengals are energetic and intelligent cats that may exhibit behavioral issues if not adequately stimulated or given enough exercise. They have a strong hunting instinct and need plenty of mental and physical engagement.
Siamese cats are vocal and demand attention. They can be prone to certain health issues and might become anxious or destructive if left alone for long periods.
Their short legs are due to a genetic mutation. While this might not pose a direct risk, it can lead to potential health issues like spinal problems or arthritis.
Their flat faces can lead to respiratory issues, and their long fur requires frequent grooming to prevent mats and tangles. They might be more prone to certain health issues due to their facial structure.
Known for their folded ears, this breed can suffer from genetic skeletal issues like osteochondrodysplasia, leading to joint problems and pain.
These tailless cats can have spinal issues due to the genetic mutation causing their lack of tail, leading to potential problems later in life.
Ragdolls are generally docile and affectionate but might be prone to certain health issues like heart conditions.