British Shorthairs are known for their round faces and dense, plush coats. Their sturdy build can make them prone to weight gain.
Persian cats have a distinctive flat face and a long, luxurious coat. Their body structure may contribute to weight issues.
Ragdolls are large, affectionate cats with semi-longhair coats. Due to their gentle and laid-back nature, they may be less active, contributing to weight gain.
Scottish Folds, with their unique folded ears, can have a stocky build that may make them more prone to obesity if not monitored.
Chartreux cats have a robust and muscular build. While they are active, their body structure can make them more susceptible to weight gain.
Similar to the Persian, Exotic Shorthairs have a round face and a plush coat, making them prone to weight issues.
Manx cats are known for their taillessness or short tails. They can have a solid, muscular body that may be predisposed to weight gain if not managed.
While generally healthy, American Shorthairs, if not provided with proper exercise and diet, can be prone to obesity.