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Siamese Kittens for Sale in North Carolina: Breeders List 2023

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.

As the third oldest recognized breed, the Siamese cat has made quite an impression during its long reign on Earth. Siamese are intelligent and lovable companions that are known for their energetic antics and humorous vocalizations. Although there are several ways to adopt a Siamese kitten in North Carolina, very few qualified breeders operate in the state. Here is a comprehensive list of Siamese breeders that include North Carolina catteries and breeders from nearby Southeastern states.

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Siamese Kitten Breeders in North Carolina

1. Carolina Blues Cattery

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Carolina Blues Cattery breeds traditional classic Siamese kittens that grow up in a happy home and never live in cages. They specialize in raising seal point Siamese kittens, and they keep their kittens at the cattery until they’re ready for adoption at 9 weeks old. Their lovable kittens receive two vaccinations and veterinary checkups, and they go to their forever homes with a health guarantee.

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2. Carolina Sweeties

Carolina Sweeties raises Siamese and Balinese kittens, and they’re passionate about preserving the traditional Siamese lines. Traditional Siamese are becoming less common, and breeders worry they could become extinct without preservation measures.

Carolina Sweeties breeds a variety of healthy traditional Siamese, including seal point Siamese kittens, blue point Siamese kittens, lilac point Siamese kittens, and chocolate point Siamese kittens. Their website includes a section on Siamese care tips that provides invaluable advice to new cat owners.

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3. Kittentanz

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With over 33 years of experience in cat breeding, the owners of Kittentanz specialize in raising traditional applehead Siamese kittens and Tonkinese kittens. Kittentanz is a CFA- and CCR-registered cattery that raises the kittens until they’re 16 weeks old. Their kitties are vaccinated for distemper, rabies, and FeLV, and they’re neutered or spayed before leaving for their forever homes.

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4. LC Mountain Cattery

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LC Mountain Cattery is a TICA and TCA-registered cattery specializing in raising purebred championship traditional Siamese kittens, Purebred Ragdolls, and unique Ragamese kittens. Their kittens are raised in a home environment and socialize with other cats, humans, and two lovable dogs.

The cattery’s cats are HCM-negative, and they’re cared for until they’re eight weeks old. On their website’s “contact us” page, you can find a handy tool that gives you directions from your home to the cattery.

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5. Palmetto Acres Siamese

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At Palmetto Acres Siamese, they raise traditional seal and blue point Siamese kittens. They’re a small cattery that only uses a pair of breeders to produce a limited number of litters every year. You can adopt one of their happy kittens after they’re 10 weeks old, and all kittens are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and come with a TCA registration certificate.

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6. Provenance Cats

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Provenance Cats breeds traditional Siamese and Balinese kittens. Their Siamese cats’ pedigrees can be traced back to the original old-style Siamese from the 1800s. They offer Siamese kittens in a variety of colors, including chocolate point, seal point, tortie point, red point, and flame point. The cattery is registered with the TICA, CFA, and CFF.

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7. Abha Siamese Kittens

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Established in 2004, the Abha Siamese Kittens cattery in northern Maryland breeds Grand Champion lines of wedge-style Siamese cats. Some of their colors include chocolate point, blue point, seal point, and lilac point Siamese kittens. Their kittens are released when they’re between 12 and 16 weeks old, and they go home with registration papers and a health guarantee.

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8. Blue Eyes Cattery

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Located in southern Maryland near the Chesapeake Bay, The Blue Eyes Cattery is a CFA, ACA, and TCA-registered cattery that breeds champion line Siamese kittens. The kittens are raised in a spacious 8,000-square-foot home on 15 acres. Each of their breeders has extension pedigrees that go back several generations.

With pedigrees, they’re able to maintain a healthy line and avoid genetic problems. They breed classic, wedge, and applehead Siamese kittens, but most of their litters are applehead (traditional). Their kittens are spayed or neutered before leaving for their forever homes, and some of their kitties qualify for double or triple registration.

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9. Divine Siamese of Nashville

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Just a short distance from the city, the Divine Siamese of Nashville cattery breeds TCA-registered traditional, blue point, lilac point, and snowshoe Siamese kittens. After you make a deposit on a kitten, you can visit the cattery when the kittens are 3 weeks old to select your favorite or wait until they’re old enough to adopt to make a decision.

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10. Evermead Siamese and Balinese

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Located on a small farm in western Kentucky, the Evermead Siamese and Balinese cattery breed classic Siamese and Balinese kittens. They’re passionate about following the old-style Siamese standards, and their felines typically have heart-shaped faces and slender bodies.

All their kittens and cats are registered with TICA, CFA, and CFF. To protect the health of their felines, they do not allow visitors to the cattery. However, they send photos and offer live chat sessions so you can see the cats in real time.

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