Here is the second part of the best hypoallergenic cat breeds if you are looking for a pet that will work well with your allergic sensitivities. Just because your body and immune system are sensitive to cats does not mean you can miss out on all the fun of being a cat parent. It just means that you have limited options in terms of breed compared to other individuals.
This breed of cat is primarily characterized by their interesting coat color with a shimmery finish. Their color ranges from silver to grey. They have a short but dense coat and you will notice that their coats jut out from their bodies. This cat is quite rare and quite expensive, too. Each kitten costs about four hundred to around six hundred dollars. Their eyes are color yellow with greenish rims and the color actually becomes bright green as they grow old. The great thing about this breed of cat is it is low-maintenance and it does not require a lot of attention. It also barely sheds which is a great benefit to individuals with certain allergies.
You may be surprised as to why a long-haired breed of cat is okay for people with allergic tendencies. This type of cat is actually hypoallergenic as a lot of its features are similar to that of the Russian Blue cat. It also has certain Siamese-like features. Another striking characteristic is the cat’s sapphire blue eyes that look piercing and very attractive.
Go for this cat if you want an affectionate cat. They are also energetic and good-natured. The breed is also considered as one of the smartest there is. It produces minimal amounts of the protein to which a lot of people with allergic sensitivities react to. This also has only one coat so it does not shed a lot so it is great if you have allergic reactions to particles. You can also characterize this cat through its silky coat that looks very attractive.
Siberian cats are great hypoallergenic options if you do not mind the price tag. A kitten can cost about a thousand to two thousand dollars. The breed is known for its friendliness and adventurous spirit. It is one of the breeds that can actually interact really well with other humans, cats, and sometimes, even dogs. They have quiet sounds and a calm posture which is great if you do not want something particularly overwhelming. Another great thing about Siberian cats is that they do not shed fur all the time. They usually have thicker hair during the winter months and then revert back to thinner hair during the summer season.