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’ve decided on adding a Siamese cat to your family and you are searching for a Siamese breeder in the state of Kansas, you’ve found the right article. Hunting for Siamese kittens isn’t always the easiest task, but that is where we come in.
Siamese breeders are not easy to find in Kansas as there is only one that meets our strict criteria of producing quality litters. If you are not able to find what you’re looking for, or the waitlist is too long, we’ve got you covered by adding in some breeders that are in the surrounding states.
If you are searching for a particular kind of Siamese kitten, it’s important to do your research on each one. While some of these Siamese types are available at breeders listed below, some breeders either do not disclose specifics or do not produce certain types. Here’s a list for reference:
Siamese Breeders in Kansas & Surrounding States
1. Kautz’s Cats
Kautz’s Cat describes itself as a small, closed cattery that was established in 2009. They are located in Western Nebraska and work toward raising healthy, affectionate, family-oriented kittens. They are a health testing facility, and they specialize in classic seal, chocolate, blue, and lilac point Siamese kittens that are registered through the Traditional Cat Association (TCA). Kittens with breeding rights are only sold to registered catteries.
2. Old Style Siamese
Old Style Siamese is a cattery located in Central Nebraska. They exclusively raise Applehead Siamese, which is also referred to as the “old-style Siamese,” hence the cattery name. Kittens are raised within the home and given lots of love and socialization.
All the females are seal point-registered Siamese and are bred with their two males named Kaleb and Cinnamon, which are both seal point-registered as well. Their cats and kittens are registered with CCR and the cattery itself is registered with both the Companion Cat Registry (CCR) and the TCA.
1. Cloudcity Cattery
Cloudcity Cattery is a smaller in-home cattery in the mountains of suburban Denver, Colorado. They specialize in older Siamese lineages. Their website states that their cats are registered as “Thai” with The International Cat Association (TICA), meaning their pedigree is traced back to the original Siamese cats of Siam (now Thailand) from the late 19th century.
They explain that they work with another breeder in the Denver area that has males with old Siamese lineages. The kittens are raised in the home and are well-socialized and used to the attention. Cloudcity Cattery schedules visits by appointment to potential owners. Kittens will have had their first immunizations before going home. If you are interested, they ask you to please visit their adoption page on the website for thorough information.
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