Siamese cats are gregarious and talkative and are distinguished by their lanky form and distinctive markings. They have a lifetime of 12 to 20 years and may have dental and respiratory problems.
Burmese cats have a lifetime of 16 to 18 years and are lively, sociable, and adventurous. They are predisposed to glaucoma and cranial abnormalities, however.
Savannah cats, a cross between a domestic cat and an African serval, are suggested for knowledgeable owners owing to their unpredictable, energetic, and brave nature. They have a lifespan of 12 to 20 years on average.
Spotted cats called Egyptian Maus were inspired by ancient Egyptian art. They are amiable and demand to be treated as members of the family. 12 to 15 years is the average lifetime. Heart disease may be prone to some people.
Ragdoll cats are calm and adore their owners; they go limp when held. vulnerable to heart disease and bladder stones, but generally in good health. 15 years or more.
Balinese most likely descended from a longhaired Siamese mutant. They are outgoing, sociable, friendly, and they love to be a part of the family. On average, they survive 12 to 20 years.
Russian Blue: A reserved, quiet cat. adoring yet not overbearing. likes elevated view positions and sunny areas. prone to eye issues and bladder stones. 15 to 20 years for life.
Bombay cats are loving, laid-back, and resemble little panthers. They like playing and snuggling in laps. prone to breathing and cardiac issues, as well as excessive tears. live an average of 12 to 16 years.
Due to its playful and laid-back temperament, American shorthair is a pedigreed domestic shorthair that is favoured by families. good at entertaining oneself, yet enjoys social engagement. wholesome yet vulnerable to heart problems. 15-20 years on average.
With 80% of American cat owners owning domestic shorthaired cats, which are non-pedigreed, mixed breed cats, they are the most common in the country. They come in a wide range of hues and designs, including blue.