Bengals are known for their playful and active nature. They have a lot of energy and require plenty of stimulation to keep them happy. Without adequate outlets for their energy, they may engage in more destructive behaviors.
A hybrid breed between a domestic cat and a serval (wild African cat), Savannah cats are known for their high energy levels and curiosity. They may be more prone to exploring and getting into mischief.
Siamese cats are vocal and social. They crave attention and can become bored easily. If not mentally stimulated, they may find their own entertainment, which could include climbing curtains or knocking things off shelves.
Abyssinians are highly active and playful cats. They enjoy climbing and exploring, making them prone to getting into high places or tight spaces. They thrive with interactive play and mental stimulation.
Similar to the Siamese, Oriental Shorthairs are talkative and active. They may get bored easily and look for ways to entertain themselves, which could include exploring nooks and crannies around the home.
Cornish Rex cats are known for their curiosity and love of high places. They are agile jumpers and climbers, so they may seek out high vantage points, potentially leading to risky situations.
Balinese cats are intelligent and active. They enjoy interactive play and may engage in acrobatic feats around the house. Providing them with plenty of toys and activities can help channel their energy.
Manx cats are known for their playful and outgoing nature. Some may have a higher risk tolerance, leading them to attempt daring feats or explore potentially risky environments.