Bengal cats are known for their wild appearance due to their leopard-like spots. They are active and require a lot of stimulation, making them prone to behavioral issues if not properly exercised and socialized.
Siamese cats are highly vocal and can be demanding in terms of attention. They may develop separation anxiety and stress-related health issues if left alone for extended periods.
Sphynx cats are hairless and can be more susceptible to certain skin issues and temperature sensitivity. They require special care to protect their skin from sunburn and cold temperatures.
Persian cats have long, luxurious fur that requires regular grooming. Without proper grooming, their coat can become matted, leading to skin problems.
Manx cats are known for their short or absent tails due to a genetic mutation. This mutation can sometimes result in spinal and neurological issues.
Scottish Fold cats are known for their unique folded ears, but this trait is associated with a genetic mutation that can cause joint problems and other health issues.
Munchkin cats have short legs due to a genetic mutation. While their appearance is cute, this mutation can lead to spinal issues and mobility problems.
Similar to Siamese cats, Oriental Shorthairs are highly vocal and demand a lot of attention. They can develop behavioral issues if not adequately stimulated.