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 beautiful and intelligent with friendly and affectionate personalities. If you’re interested in bringing home a Siamese kitten, you have the option of choosing a cat from a shelter or a breeder.
Working with a reputable breeder is crucial because it impacts your kitten’s health and wellbeing. At a bare minimum, good breeders or catteries will show a lot of love to their cats and kittens, have registrations with cat associations, and have health records readily available.
Make sure to read through our list of five noteworthy catteries in Indiana with breeders that display these qualities.
5 Siamese Kitten Breeders in Indiana
1. Rosebud’s Siamese
- Fort Wayne, Indiana
Rosebud’s Siamese is a small cattery that breeds traditional applehead Siamese kittens. This cattery shows each of their kittens a lot of love and care and lets the kittens live and roam in a home setting.
Rosebud’s cats are all from lines registered with the Cat Fanciers Federation (CFF), Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA), and American Cat Association (ACA). Each kitten is dewormed and has its first three-way immunization vaccination before going to a new home.
Rosebud works closely with its veterinarian, and the queens and sires get checked and cleared for feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency (FIV).
Overall, this cattery provides a lot of care for each of their cats and kittens. They’re also very transparent and provide all the information you need to work with them to bring home a new kitten.
2. Serenade Obsession Cattery
- Macy, Indiana
Serenade Obsession has been in business for over 20 years. This hobby cattery breeds traditional Siamese and Balinese cats. They mostly have common colored Siamese cats. However, they sometimes have lynx point Siamese kittens, flame point Siamese kittens, and tortie point Siamese kittens.
All their queens and sires have registrations with the CFA and or The International Cat Association (TICA). The kittens have at least two sets of vaccinations completed before going to a new home. Serenade Obsession also requires all new owners to sign agreements to spay or neuter their cats as a part of their sale.
Serenade Obsessions occasionally has older kittens and retired cats that are available for adoption. They are all spayed or neutered and up to date with their vaccinations. They’re available at a minimal adoption fee.
3. Towleroad Cattery
- Northwest Indiana
Towleroad Cattery breeds Siamese and Oriental Shorthairs. Their cats have registrations with the CFA and TICA, and they breed show-quality cats that compete in both CFA and TICA.
You can contact them to see what sort of colors and patterns are in their new litters. They also require new owners to sign a spay and neuter agreement with the sale of each kitten.
4. Purfect Paws Siamese
- Rensselaer, Indiana
Purfect Paws breeds Siamese and Balinese kittens. They treat their cats and kittens as members of their family and constantly interact with them. They also introduce their kittens to other kinds of pets, such as dogs. This sort of treatment helps the kittens socialize so that they can have an easier time adjusting to a new home.
All kittens get checked for FeLV and FIV, and they also get vaccinated and dewormed. All kittens are ACA registered, and Purfect Paws can supply registration and health records.
Purfect Paws currently breeds applehead Siamese kittens with red point and seal tortie point colorations.
- Northwest Indiana
Rockatz is a small Siamese and Oriental cattery that began in 2005. They only have a small number of litters per year because they want to ensure that they can provide enough attention and care to each of their new kittens.
Rockatz cares for and raises kittens in a home environment and takes plenty of time socializing them. They work with their veterinarian to make sure that all kittens are healthy before they can move to new homes.
All kittens are also CFA and American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA) registered. Most of their kittens are seal point Siamese kittens, blue point Siamese kittens, or lilac point Siamese kittens.
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