10 Breeds of Cats That Don't Shed

Sphynx: Sphynx cats are known for their lack of a traditional coat, making them a popular choice for people with allergies or those looking for a cat that doesn't shed much.

Devon Rex: Devon Rex cats have short, curly coats that shed less than those of many other breeds. Their unique fur texture can also be less irritating for people with allergies.

Cornish Rex: Similar to the Devon Rex, Cornish Rex cats have short, wavy coats that shed minimally. They are often considered hypoallergenic due to their low shedding.

Russian Blue: Russian Blue cats have short, dense coats that produce less dander, making them a good option for people with allergies.

Burmese: Burmese cats have short, silky coats that shed less than those of many other breeds. They are known for their affectionate nature and are generally low-maintenance.

Siamese: Siamese cats have short, fine coats that shed less than those of some other breeds. While they do shed, regular grooming can help keep shedding to a minimum.

Balinese: Balinese cats have long, silky coats that produce less dander than those of many other long-haired breeds. While they do shed, regular grooming.

Javanese: Javanese cats are closely related to Balinese cats and have similar coats that shed less than those of many other long-haired breeds.

Siberian: Siberian cats have long, thick coats that shed less than those of many other long-haired breeds. While they do shed, their fur produces less of the allergenic.

Turkish Van: Turkish Van cats have semi-longhaired coats that shed less than those of many other breeds. They are known for their distinctive markings and love of water.

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