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Siamese Kittens for Sale: 2023 Breeders List in Canada (BC, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta)

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. Learn more about our stance and how to choose the right breeder here.

If you’re in the market for a Siamese kitten, this article will give you a list of reputable breeders in Canada; specifically, BC, Ontario, Quebec, and Alberta.

Siamese cats are a popular cat breed with distinct coats and bright blue eyes. They are social animals who are extremely talkative. They will be happy to share their opinions with you on everything from food to the traffic outside. With this combination of outstanding beauty and an interactive personality, it’s no wonder why you’d want to buy one.

If you have decided to buy a Siamese kitten from a breeder, check out the Canadian Siamese kitten breeders list below.

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Siamese Kitten Breeders in Canada

It’s easy to find Siamese kittens for sale online. While popular sites like Facebook marketplace have banned the sale of animals, there are still rehoming ads, and sites like Kijiji are full of listings from backyard breeders.

We encourage you to buy from a reputable breeder with a good reputation. These breeders will provide you with genetic testing and health backgrounds for your cat’s parents. They also ensure that undesirable health traits are not maintained within breeding lines to ensure the maximum health of your kitten. Particularly with purebred animals like the Siamese, it’s important to make sure populations don’t become inbred in an effort to maintain genetic purity.

The list below will help you get started in finding a Siamese kitten breeder.

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Siamese breeders near me

Check out this comprehensive list of Siamese cat breeders in Canada from life-with-siamese-cats.com. Breeder listings are organized in alphabetical order by province to help you find one in your area.

Province specific breeder lists:

Catkingpin.com has province specific breeder lists to help you find a Siamese cat breeder close to home. Follow the links below to find a list of breeders in each province.

Siamese breeders that ship

If you’re looking for a breeder who can arrange transportation for your new Siamese kitten, check out the National Siamese Cat Club listings here.

Siamese cat rescue

Siamese cats and kittens frequently become available for adoption. To adopt a kitten, apply at Purrfect Pals.

Breeders registered with the CFA

Find a registered breeder on the OKitty registry list.

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How Much Does a Siamese Kitten Cost?

A purebred Siamese kitten will cost you anywhere from $250 to $1,000. The average is between $250 and $400. Adult cats are well over $1,000. If you choose to adopt rather than buying from a breeder, the cost will be lower, but it varies widely according to the rescue organization. The reality is that well-bred Siamese cats with pure genetic lines are expensive.

When purchasing a kitten, something to keep in mind is that there will be other costs you have to incur after purchase. This will include kitten vaccinations and spaying or neutering, which can cost up to $300.

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Nine Things to Ask a Siamese Kitten Breeder

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There are several questions you should ask your breeder of choice before you commit to purchasing a kitten.

1. Are the parents “certified”?

Siamese cats, like most purebreds, can be at risk of inherited genetic conditions. Reputable breeders will have their cats genetic tested and “certified” by a veterinarian to be disease-free before breeding.

2. Ask to meet your kitten’s parents

Meet your kitten’s parents whenever possible. It will give you a good idea of their overall condition and their personalities.

3. Are the kittens well socialized?

Between the age of 6 and 16 weeks, kittens go through a critical stage of development. If they are not socialized with other cats, other animals, and people during this time, they can have difficulties adjusting to new situations, animals, and people in the future. Since kittens aren’t weaned from their mothers until at least eight weeks of age, the first part of this critical socialization period will happen at the breeders.

4. What (if any) vaccines will the kitten have on delivery?

This is important to know so you can schedule your future vet visits and checkups on time.

5. Have the kittens been dewormed?

All kittens are born with worms. While this sounds disturbing, it’s a fact of life and doesn’t cause health problems in most cases. Routine deworming is recommended, however, to make sure there aren’t issues.

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6. Have any kittens in the litter had health issues or been ill?

If they have, make sure you know what was wrong and what care or treatment they received, especially if it was a contagious illness.

7. Does the breeder have a guarantee?

Make sure to know what guarantees the breeder has if your kitten becomes sick or develops a serious health condition.

8. Ask for references

Ask for at least two references to people the breeder has sold to in the past year. Then call those references and speak to them about their experience. Find out everything you can, positive and negative, about their experience and whether they’re happy with their cat.

9. What is the kitten being fed?

Changing foods rapidly can cause an upset stomach for kittens. It’s best to continue their current diet for the first few days at home and then change their food gradually to your food of choice to minimize the risk of gastrointestinal disturbance.

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Five Things to Know Before Buying a Siamese Kitten

Siamese cats are a unique and special breed, but they’re not for everyone. You owe it to both yourself and your future kitten to do your research before you buy one. Knowing what you’re getting into and what to expect will ensure that you are giving your new kitten a forever home when you become a pet parent.

Here are five things you should know before you buy a Siamese kitten:

1. They meow A LOT

Siamese cats are very vocal cats, and you shouldn’t take this lightly. They meow a lot, all of the time. In fact, they are the “chatty Cathy” of the feline world and love to tell you everything about their day. Eventually, you will learn to distinguish their vocalizations to discern their moods and whether they are expressing happiness or displeasure.

2. They’re incredibly affectionate

Siamese cats are not for owners who want an independent cat who fends for themselves. These cats love to be doted on, cuddled, and held. You are unlikely to sit down on your couch again without your new Siamese curling up in your lap.

3. Siamese cats need mental stimulation

This is a cat breed that doesn’t do well alone. If someone is home with them most of the time, Siamese will do fine as a single pet in the home. If you work all day, they will easily get bored, and you should probably consider getting two. Boredom leads to destruction and mischief, so be sure to have plenty of toys, a scratching post, and cat-friendly furniture for them to climb.

4. They are hard to train

While they’re incredibly intelligent, Siamese cats will not be trained. They are known for believing they are superior to everyone else in the family, which shows. So, while it’s possible to leash train your Siamese or teach her to play fetch, they won’t do it if they aren’t interested in learning it. These cats do what they want when they want.

5. Siamese cats can engage in compulsive behavior

Compulsive behaviors like licking or biting themselves are fairly common in Siamese cats. They can also suck on wool or fabrics or be prone to pica (eating things that aren’t food). If it’s going to happen, the behavior will usually show up before the age of two. There are treatments for it that work, and the earlier you catch it, the better. If you notice compulsive behavior in your Siamese kitten, make sure to contact your veterinarian to help nip it in the bud.

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Conclusion

Siamese cats are a truly one-of-a-kind cat breed.  Their look and their unique personality can’t be denied. If you’re looking for a friend and companion, a Siamese will happily fill the role. Because they are purebreds, these kittens come at a cost, so be prepared before you go shopping.

If you are purchasing a kitten from a breeder, the lists provided above will give you contact information for reputable Siamese breeders in Canada. Make sure to do your research about both the cat breed and the breeder before purchasing. Your new kitten will thank you!

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