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Siamese Kittens For Sale in Oklahoma: 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.

One of the most popular and recognizable cat breeds in the world is the Siamese cat. Originating in Thailand, the vocal and playful Siamese cat now comes in different variations, including applehead siamese, seal point, lynx point, snowshoe,  blue point, and lilac point, but one of the most commonly sought after is the flame point siamese.

Finding a Siamese kitten in Oklahoma may pose a bit of a challenge. Only one small cattery advertises breeding Siamese cats within the state. You will likely have to jump on a waiting list to get a kitten or travel to some of the surrounding states for other breeders.

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The 4 Number One Siamese Breeder in Oklahoma

1. Lavish Cattery

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Lavish Cattery is family-owned and focuses on Siamese, Thai, and Balinese cats. They are located in Oklahoma but do not specify their location. This breeder operates a Facebook page and requests that anyone interested in their cats reach out to them via email, Facebook message, call, or text.

Their Facebook page provides a glimpse into their world, all the beautiful cats they work with, and the adorable little kittens they produce. Follow up with them through their social media page for inquiries.

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The 4 Siamese Breeders in the Surrounding States

1. Klazeekats Cattery

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  • Needville, TX

Klazeekats Cattery in Needville, Texas, was established in 1984 and is registered with the Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) and The International Cat Association (TICA). This breeder does not ship, and Needville is approximately 35 miles southwest of Houston, and it will be a long drive for those from Oklahoma.

While there is not much information on their website, they encourage people to contact them directly. Their goal is to raise healthy, happy kittens that meet current show standards. All kittens come with shots, are dewormed, and have a health guarantee.

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2. Cupid’s Pride Cattery

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  • Lufkin, TX

If you are looking for large, applehead Siamese cats, Cupid’s Pride Cattery is the place to check out. They were founded in 1988 and have a lot of experience with the breed. They are a small cattery located in eastern Texas. All kittens receive blood work from a licensed veterinarian before leaving the cattery, along with deworming, parasite prevention, and their first round of vaccinations.

All of this is included in the price of your kitten. Kittens become available when they reach 8 weeks of age and are litter-trained before entering their new home.

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3. Jedicat Cattery

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  • Kansas City, MO

Jedicat Cattery is located in the Kansas City, Missouri, area and is a CFA-registered breeder specializing in Siamese and Colorpoint Shorthair cats. This breeder has over 10 years of experience and remains active in showing cats with the Cat Fanciers’ Association.

Jedicat Cattery has produced regional and national winners for their breed. You can check out their cats and kittens on their website and even look at some of their champion show cats.

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4. Cloudcity Cattery

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  • Denver, CO

Cloudcity Cattery is a small in-home cattery in suburban Denver, Colorado. This cattery specializes in the older Siamese lineages. Their website states that their cats are registered as “Thai” with The International Cat Association, meaning their pedigree can be traced back to the original Siamese cats of Siam (now Thailand) from the late 19th century.

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