These calm cats typically live between 11 and 13 years, but they frequently live longer. Heart disorders and kidney disease are two health issues to be aware of.
They live 9-13 years on average, but can live 22. They're generally healthy, but can have eye difficulties, asthma, and liver concerns.
Persians typically live 12-15 years. They can develop eye, heart, respiratory, and tooth disorders, but if you watch for them, they can live up to 20 years.
They can have skin, cardiac, and neurological disorders. Sphinx live about 15 years if well-cared for.
12-16 years is typical. This healthy breed may have respiratory difficulties, heart disease, and frequent eye tears.
A properly cared-for Russian blue can live 10-15 years. They have a huge appetite, so watch out for obesity.
Orientals live around 15 years, so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy them. Beware of eye, heart, and liver disorders.
Healthy Siamese live 11-15 years. They can get respiratory diseases, tooth problems, and cancer.
These cats can live 12-20 years and are typically healthy, although prone to heart problems.