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The Balinese, Oriental Shorthair and Javanese are considered hypoallergenic cats.

This provides several options for cat lovers who’d like a low-allergen cat with the characteristics of the popular Siamese.

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Nice kittens with them, life is different without in any way, let's discuss

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I love kittens with them life is different than without them, let's discuss

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5 Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds For People With Allergies

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Siberian Cats - a hypoallergenic breed

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TOP Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds - Allergy Friendly Cats!

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