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. .
Siamese cats are unique animals that love to show off their vocal skills and hang around the house with their favorite humans. Owning a Siamese is a rewarding adventure, but qualified breeders can be challenging to locate and contact. We’ve compiled a list of Connecticut breeders and other catteries in nearby states to help you find the perfect Siamese kitten.
8 Siamese Kitten Breeders in [Connecticut and Nearby States]
1. Kittles Siamese
- Haddam and Clinton, Connecticut
At Kittles Siamese, they raise traditional Siamese and Balinese kittens. The breeders take care of the cats at two separate locations: Haddam and Clinton. They grow up in a home environment, and they’re treated like members of the owners’ families. Their cats are registered with the Traditional Cats Association (TCA), and the felines are free of FIV and FeLV. They receive their first distemper shot and deworming before being available for adoption.
2. Maha’s Siamese
- Wethersfield, Connecticut
Maha’s Siamese is a CFA registered cattery that raises purebred Siamese kittens with wedge-shaped heads. They do not breed applehead Siamese kittens, but they have bluepoint Siamese kittens, lilac point Siamese kittens, seal point Siamese kittens, and chocolate point Siamese kittens. Their kittens are certified by a veterinarian and vaccinated before being sent to forever homes. Their kitties are backed by a health guarantee.
3. Siamese Kittens in CT
- Central Connecticut
Located in the central region of the state, Siamese Kittens in CT raise traditional/classic Siamese kittens. They typically raise blue point and seal point Siamese, but sometimes, they offer chocolate point or lilac point kittens. After birth, the kittens are taken to a nearby veterinarian for feline leukemia testing to ensure they’re healthy. Their kittens are raised in a home environment and played with every day to improve the felines’ socialization skills.
4. Bella Mia Cattery Siamese
- West Greenwich, Rhode Island
Bella Mia is a Rhode Island cattery that raises traditional applehead Siamese kittens, wedehead Siamese, and Balinese. They specialize in chocolate point, lilac point, seal point, and blue point Siamese. The kittens are raised in a happy home and learn to socialize with humans and other cats. You can take a look at the cattery’s past litters on their website, and you can contact the owner if you’re interested in being put on the waiting list for upcoming litters.
5. Midgard Cattery
- Manchester, New Hampshire
Since 2010, Midgard Cattery in New Hampshire has bred old-style Siamese, old-style Balinese, Oriental, and Oriental longhair kittens. Although they raise cats with traditional Siamese colors, they also offer lynx point Siamese kittens, flame point Siamese kittens, tortie point Siamese kittens, and many more. They show their old-style Siamese with the Cat Fancier’s Federation (CFF). The CFF is based in New England, and it’s one of the country’s oldest registries. You can take a look at the page on Midgard’s website titled “Siamese colors” for a detailed explanation of the origin of the breed’s colors.
6. Blueberry Basket Cattery
- Nashua, New Hampshire
At Blueberry Basket Cattery in New Hampshire, they breed traditional applehead Siamese, Balinese, and Snowshoe kittens. Their kittens learn to socialize early with plenty of practice from the owner’s children and grandchildren. Their kittens are TCA registered and available for adoption when they’re ten weeks old. When you adopt a kitten, you receive a certificate guaranteeing its health.
7. Astra Siam
- Amsterdam, New York
Located in upstate New York, Astra Siam raises old-style Siamese kittens. Their kittens’ pedigrees have impressive British, Australian, Russian, and American bloodlines. Some of their champion bloodlines can be traced back to the 19th century. They breed blue point, chocolate point, seal point, and lilac point Siamese. Kittens are available for adoption when they’re ten weeks old, and you can visit the kittens at their home after making an appointment and securing a deposit.
8. Dilworthtown Siamese
- West Chester, Pennsylvania
In the town of West Chester, Pennsylvania, Dilworthtown Siamese raises traditional Siamese kittens. They’re a small hobby breeder that has partnered with Apple Cat Acres to breed exceptional felines and preserve traditional Siamese bloodlines. All of their kittens are registered with the CFF and TCA. You can view photos of their gorgeous kittens and their adult breeders on their website.
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