The Balinese requires weekly brushing, although its single-layer coat sheds relatively little. Similar to the Siamese, this breed is inquisitive, lively, and talkative.
While cats can have up to three layers of fur, the Javanese has no undercoat (just one layer), which means it sweats less and is less allergenic.
You'll have a lot of fun with this naughty and lovable species, nicknamed Pixie cat because of its wide ears, large eyes, and elfish face, especially if you have allergies.
The Cornish Rex is another short-haired "hypoallergenic" breed that does not shed as much as other cats; nonetheless, you will need to bathe them as their skin does produce oil.
The semi-long-haired Siberian is frequently regarded to as a "hypoallergenic" breed, which may come as a surprise. The Siberian is a lively and nimble breed.
Not surprisingly, the sphynx appears on this list. This unique breed is hairless, making it extremely hypoallergenic. However, its lack of fur eliminates the need for brushing.
The Russian Blue is allergy-friendly in addition to having a delicate, silvery grey coat and piercing emerald eyes that make it easily recognisable.
The Oriental Shorthair has short or long, soft, silky fur that comes in a variety of colors. This breed requires minimal upkeep.