The attractive long-haired Siamese has gorgeous blue eyes and a silky coat. The Balinese's single-layer coat sheds little but requires weekly grooming.
The Javanese, like other breeds with one layer of fur, sheds less and is allergy-friendly. The long-haired breed resembles the Siamese.
Even if you have allergies, you'll love this playful and lovable species, nicknamed Pixie cat for its enormous ears, wide eyes, and elfish face.
Her Cornish Rex, another short-haired "hypoallergenic" breed, sheds less than other cats but has to be bathed due to oil buildup.
The semi-long-haired Siberian is considered "hypoallergenic." This friendly cat has low amounts of the Fel D1 protein, so you may hug it even if it needs weekly grooming.
Sphynxes are expected on this list. This hairless breed is allergy-friendly. The breed needs frequent washes or sponging to prevent oil buildup on its skin despite its lack of a coat.
This wildcat-like short-haired cat has a thick, spotted coat. Its lovely coat sheds less than other breeds, helping you avoid allergies.
LaPerm, with its curly coat, is another surprising "hypoallergenic" breed. Despite its fluffy hair, this breed is low-maintenance, sheds little, and its curls keep dander out of the eyes .