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Persian Kittens for Sale in Indiana: Breeders List 2021

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Persian cats are gentle, quiet companions that prefer to lounge on the sofa than actively run around your home. They enjoy peaceful environments and are loving toward their owners and family members. The DollFace Persian, or traditional Persian, does not have a flat nose. Show Persians have flat noses and thick neck ruffs that are associated with this breed.

Whichever Persian you choose, you will be getting one of the most popular pedigreed cats in North America. If you’re looking to add a Persian kitten to your household in Indiana, we compiled a list to help you start your search.

Finding a Persian kitten from a responsible breeder will take a bit of research. To avoid purchasing from a kitten mill, always make sure the breeder whom you’re speaking to is willing to answer your questions and invite you to their property to see the kittens. You should be able to meet the parent cat or cats and notice if any of them seem sick or lethargic. Reputable breeders will sometimes have no kittens available, showing that they only breed selectively and responsibly. You’ll be invited to join a waitlist for future litters and may be able to put down a deposit for them.

Kittens should come with their first sets of age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming doses and should have been checked over by a veterinarian at least once. Some kittens may even be spayed and neutered, depending on their age and weight. Responsible breeders want to preserve the integrity of the breed. Kitten mills just want to make money. Knowing the difference will help ensure that you receive the healthiest kitten possible.

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4 Persian Kitten Breeders in Indiana

1. Carismatic Cattery

  • Camby, Indiana

This Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA)-registered breeder has been in business since 1989. They specialize in kittens with solid or bi-colors and deep copper eyes. All the kittens are raised in their home and receive early and constant socialization.

You can purchase a pet, breeder, or show-quality kitten from this cattery. Every kitten is checked by a veterinarian and comes with a health guarantee.

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2. Powderpuff Persians

  • Cicero, Indiana

This cattery is CFA licensed and operates out of Indiana in the summer months and Naples, Florida, in the winter months. The owner spends their days at home with the cats, so all the kittens are well-socialized and used to human companionship. If you live outside the area, the breeder will take a flight to hand-deliver your kitten to your nearest airport for a fee. The kitten will be kept safe in the cabin during the flight.

The kittens are available in various colors. A deposit is required to hold a kitten, and you must sign a contract saying that the kitten will be spayed or neutered before they reach 6 months old. They will be up to date on their vaccinations and deworming. You’ll receive their medical paperwork at the time of your purchase that can be shown to your veterinarian during your follow-up visit.

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3. Dreamquete Exotics & Persians

  • Crown Point, Indiana

This cattery specializes in show and breeder-quality cats, but they do place some of their kittens in pet homes. If you’re looking for a Persian kitten pet, you’ll have to sign a contract saying that the cat will never be let loose outside to roam, will never be declawed, and will be spayed or neutered. The kittens are raised in a home with dogs and socialized with people and other animals. They come with a health guarantee, and the parent cats have been genetically tested for and cleared of diseases before breeding.

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4. Purrfecta Persians Cattery

  • Woodburn, Indiana

This small, in-home cattery is CFA registered and offers vaccinated kittens. While the cattery will provide the necessary vaccines, you may also request that this be done by a veterinarian instead. The kittens also receive deworming doses and are guaranteed healthy for 1 year with a statement by a veterinarian. All the kittens are negative for feline leukemia virus and feline immunodeficiency virus.

You’ll have to sign a contract stating that your kitten will not be used for breeding and to show proof of a spay or neuter surgery when they reach the appropriate age. Deposits for future kittens are accepted now.

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2 Persian Cat Breeders in Neighboring States

1. Pelaqita Persians

  • Pleasantville, Ohio

Located in Ohio, this cattery breeds healthy, well-socialized Persian kittens. They have over 40 years of experience in animal husbandry and 20 years of breeding experience. They will give you access to their home so you can see first-hand how your kitten is being raised. Colors offered include calico, tortoiseshell, and blue cream.

Your kitten will come spayed or neutered and registered with the CFA. This breeder offers a 5-year written health guarantee for each kitten, along with microchipping, vaccinations, deworming doses, and ongoing communication and support. A pack of food and information on how to care for your new kitten are included with every purchase.

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2. Persian Kittens

  • Carol Stream, Illinois

This CFA-certified cattery raises kittens in a cageless, clean, loving home. The litters are limited by this breeder so that more attention can be given to each kitten. The breeder has more than 2 decades of breeding experience and over 3 decades of feline nutrition experience. They produce Persian cats in various colors, such as cream point, flame point, lilac point, and shaded blue silver.

To maintain the health of the kittens and the parent cats, litters are only produced at certain times. The kittens are touched and played with every day. They are used to and welcome human interaction by the time that they go to their forever homes.

Contact them today to join the waitlist for a future kitten.

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