Siberian: Known for their low levels of the Fel d 1 protein, which is a common allergen, Siberian cats are often well-tolerated by allergy sufferers.
Balinese: These cats have a single coat, which can produce fewer allergens, and their loving nature makes them a great choice for allergy-prone individuals.
Russian Blue: Their short, dense coat sheds less and produces fewer allergenic proteins, making them a hypoallergenic option.
Cornish Rex: With their unique curly fur, Cornish Rex cats have less shedding and may be less likely to trigger allergies.
Devon Rex: Similar to the Cornish Rex, Devon Rex cats have less fur and may be a better choice for those with allergies.
Oriental Shorthair: This breed's shorter coat can result in fewer allergens being released into the air.
Sphynx: While hairless, Sphynx cats may still produce some allergenic proteins, but their lack of fur can make them easier to clean and maintain for allergy sufferers.