With proper care, Siamese often live 15-20 years. Their longevity is helped by their active, lively personality.
Hairless Sphynx cats have an average lifespan of 14-20 years. Lack of coat benefits skin and respiratory health.
As a larger breed, Maine Coons tend to live 12-15 years. Their robust health supports their longevity.
Russian Blues commonly reach 15-20 years. Their reserved personality helps limit stress.
Manx cats live 12-15 years on average. Lack of tail reduces spinal problems as they age.
Savannahs often live 12-20 years. Crossed with servals, they inherit natural health and vitality.
Persians live to 12-17 years with attentive grooming and care. Their calm personality reduces stress.