Siamese cats are known for their vocal nature and strong personalities. While not necessarily aggressive, they can be demanding and assertive in seeking attention.
Bengals have high energy levels and are known for their active and curious nature. If not provided with enough mental and physical stimulation, they may display behaviors that can be perceived as aggressive.
Sphynx cats are known for being affectionate, but they can also be mischievous and demanding. Their high level of energy and need for attention might lead to assertive behavior.
While Scottish Folds are often sweet and gentle, some individuals may exhibit assertive behavior if not properly socialized or stimulated.
Egyptian Maus are active, intelligent cats that may become assertive if they are not mentally stimulated or provided with enough activity.
Persians are generally calm and affectionate but might display assertiveness if they feel stressed or uncomfortable in certain situations.
Oriental breeds, which include the Oriental Shorthair and Oriental Longhair, are similar to Siamese cats in personality. They are vocal, active, and can be assertive in seeking attention.
Russian Blues are usually gentle and reserved but may become assertive if they are not given adequate mental and physical stimulation.