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Cats have the general reputation of being low-maintenance pets, but some cats require more work. Figo lists several high maintenance cat breeds and helpful care tips.
When purchasing a pure breed cat, like a Maine Coon, veterinarian Dr. Lee recommends having the cat tested for inherited diseases.
Chances are, you’ll want to get a cat that fits well with your personality and lifestyle. From personality to grooming—if chill is what you’re looking for—these five cats are pretty low maintenance.