Hairless Sphynx cats lack the allergen-holding fur that causes allergic reactions. Their bare skin makes them hypoallergenic.
With less of the Fel-D1 protein in their saliva, the Russian Blue's plush grey-blue coat is more tolerable for allergy sufferers.
Long-haired Balinese cats shed less dander and produce less Fel-D1 protein, causing fewer allergic reactions.
The Cornish Rex has a short, wavy coat that doesn't hold as much fur and dander. This makes them better for allergy sufferers.
Producing less Fel-D1 protein in their saliva, the Oriental Shorthair's short coat causes fewer allergic reactions.
The Devon Rex's soft, downy fur doesn't hold dander and sheds very little, reducing allergic reactions.
Though exotic-looking, Bengals produce less Fel-D1 protein than other breeds, so they cause fewer allergic reactions.