Siamese cats are prone to certain genetic health issues, including respiratory problems due to their distinctive head shape and a higher risk of dental issues.
Persian cats have a brachycephalic (flat) face, which can lead to respiratory issues and eye discharge. They are also prone to dental problems and skin issues due to their long fur.
Bengals are prone to certain genetic heart conditions, such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), and may require regular cardiac check-ups.
Maine Coons are generally healthy cats, but they can be prone to hip dysplasia, spinal issues, and heart problems like HCM.
The Scottish Fold breed is known for its distinctive folded ears, which can lead to severe joint and skeletal problems due to a genetic mutation. Some countries have even banned breeding Scottish Folds due to these health concerns.
Sphynx cats are hairless and require special care to protect their skin from sunburn and regulate their body temperature. They are also prone to respiratory infections due to their lack of fur.
Ragdolls are a gentle and affectionate breed, but they are susceptible to certain heart conditions like HCM.
Munchkin cats have short legs due to a genetic mutation, and this can lead to spinal issues and mobility problems.