Top Hypoallergenic Cats

Looking to adopt a kitty but afraid you or a loved one may have allergic reactions? No worries, there are a variety of breeds that are hypoallergenic. Hypoallergenic is just a fancy word that mean some cats produce fewer allergens compare to others. Many people believe that the kitty dander is what causes all the trouble but actually its a protein found in a cat’s salvia. However, this is no such thing as a 100 percent hypoallergenic cat or dog but the breeds listed below are the closes you will get.

List of Hypoallergenic Breeds

  • Devon Rex – sheds very little and blends in purrrfectly with working families.
  • Russian Blue– Very playful and can amuse themselves for awhile. Best known for their smiles, compared to the famous Mona Lisa smile.
  • Cornish Rex– Very energetic but seeks attention and affection. Loves to bond with people.
  • Javanese– Loyal and very intelligent. They are known to understand and socialize with people.
  • Sphynx Cat– Actually isn’t hairless but have really fine hair. They’re well-behaved extroverts.
  • Balinese– Silky fur that doesn’t shed much. This kitty has an good sense of humor and love to talk.
  • Oriental Shorthair– Long and slender, talks less compared to Siamese cats.
  • Bengal– not exactly the lap type but loves to hang out with their humans, especially kids because of their energetic and playful nature.
  • Color Point Shorthair– is the first cousin to the Siamese, so naturally they’re  born extroverts. They are known to give comfort when you’re sad.
  • Siberian– Beautiful large cat with lush fur that adores attention.

However, for the sake of your health, consult  with your doctor before bring a kitty into your home.