This breed is believed to produce lower levels of the Fel d 1 protein, which is a common allergen found in cat saliva and skin glands.
Balinese cats are closely related to the Siamese breed but are considered more hypoallergenic due to their lower shedding and reduced dander.
Russian Blues are known for producing fewer allergens and have a short, dense coat that sheds less.
Although they are hairless, Sphynx cats can still produce allergens from their saliva, but they are less likely to spread allergens through shedding fur.
The Cornish Rex has a unique coat that sheds very little, reducing the spread of allergens.
Similar to the Cornish Rex, the Devon Rex's curly coat tends to trap shedding hair and dander, which may help reduce allergens in the environment.
This breed produces fewer allergens and is closely related to the Siamese.
The LaPerm's curly coat may trap allergens and reduce their spread.
Javanese cats are closely related to the Balinese and Siamese breeds but are considered more hypoallergenic due to their coat type.
While not entirely hypoallergenic, Bengal cats are known to produce lower levels of allergens compared to other breeds.