Excited Cats advocates for adopting before shopping, though we fully understand there are many reasons for seeking a breeder. So, we encourage it to be done the right way. We have not personally visited or investigated all of the breeders below. We have put the top-recommended all in one place for you to get in touch and make the best decision for you. .
Persian cats are among the more popular purebred felines. Therefore, there are quite a few breeders spread throughout Massachusetts who specialize in this breed. You typically shouldn’t have a problem finding a breeder, though you may have to wait a while for a kitten that suits your needs.
If you’re looking for one of these round-faced felines, take a look at this breeder’s list.
The 4 Persian Cat Breeders in Massachusetts
1. Lionzden Cattery
- Revere, Massachusetts
This cattery focuses on producing show cats. Therefore, many of their kittens are kept in their breeding program. However, they do regularly sell pet kittens. Many of their cats meet conformation standards.
This cattery has two different locations, with the other one being in Florida. They also breed Exotics and Himalayans. They do interview and screen all buyers, as they are particular about the placement of their kittens.
2. East Coast Persians and Himalayans
- Winchester, Massachusetts
While this breeder isn’t as active as some others, they do produce litters. Their kittens are moderately priced and sold with a contract. All their cats and kittens are Cat Fanciers’ Association registered. You can put in a deposit to reserve any kitten.
3. Old Castle Breeders
- Monson, Massachusetts
Old Castle is a small cattery that focuses on providing a clean and safe environment for the felines. All kittens receive proper handling from the day that they are born, ensuring that they’re well-socialized and friendly.
Every kitten comes with a written health guarantee. They also have many different color options.
4. Crystal Pond Breeders
- Central Massachusetts
Crystal Pond is a small cattery that focuses on producing Calico Persians. They provide a few kittens to pet homes, though most of their cats end up with other breeds. They keep their Persians pure, unlike other breeders that mix Himalayans or Exotics into the bloodline.
This breeder only produces about one to two litters per year, so getting a kitten can be a bit difficult.
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