As mixed breed cats, domestic shorthairs have few inherited conditions and minimal grooming needs.
Though vocal, Siamese have few health issues and low grooming needs, keeping costs down.
Hardy American shorthairs rarely need vet visits. Their short coats require little grooming.
Tabby coats require minimal grooming. These energetic cats stay healthy with playtime.
Though large, Maine Coons eat no more than average-sized cats. Their coats require weekly brushing.
Mixed breed "moggies" are less prone to inherited illness than purebred cats.
Manx cats' lack of tail reduces grooming. Their round bodies store fat efficiently.