Siamese cats are prone to certain genetic health issues like dental problems, respiratory conditions, and certain neurological disorders.
Bengals are known for their energetic and playful nature. However, they can be more prone to heart disease such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Persian cats have a unique facial structure which can lead to respiratory and dental issues. They are also prone to conditions like kidney disease and certain eye conditions.
This breed is known for its distinctive folded ears. Unfortunately, this trait is associated with a genetic mutation that can cause skeletal abnormalities and joint issues.
Hairless cats like the Sphynx can be prone to skin conditions, sunburn, and other dermatological issues due to their lack of fur.
While generally healthy, Maine Coons are one of the largest domesticated cat breeds, which can make them more prone to joint and skeletal issues.
Ragdolls are known for their docile nature, but they can be more susceptible to certain heart conditions.
Like the Scottish Fold, the Manx breed can have issues related to their unique taillessness or short tails, including spinal problems.