October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Nearly half of all domestic abuse victims delay leaving because they don’t want
to leave their pet behind, yet as few as 10% of domestic violence shelters accept pets.
The Purple Leash Project is working to change that.

Low-Shedding Cat Breeds

There’s nothing quite like the joy of owning a cat, but constant shedding can be problematic, particularly for busy individuals or families. To minimize the amount of time you spend vacuuming up cat hair, consider getting a low-shedding cat. Although these felines still shed, it’s a much smaller amount than you’d experience with other breeds. Cats that don’t shed much will still require some grooming and bathing, but they’re lower maintenance than longhaired breeds. Browse the low-shedding cat breeds listed below to see if one is a good match for you.

Not sure which cat breed is right for you?
Abyssinian Cat
American Bobtail
American Bobtail Cat Breed
American Curl
American Curl Cat Breed
American Shorthair
American Shorthair Cat
American Wirehair
American Wirehair Cat Breed
Cornish Rex
Cornish Rex Cat Breed
Devon Rex
Devon Rex Cat Breed
LaPerm Cat

Find a Low-Shedding Cat in Your Area