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 kittens are adorable, social, and intelligent cats that form strong bonds with their owner. Furthermore, they are friendly and outgoing pets, giving them a high demand among cat enthusiasts.
However, finding a Siamese kitten might not be easy, depending on where you stay. If you live in the state of Utah, you will need to dig deeper or travel to adopt your snowshoe Siamese kittens. There is only one breeder in the state.
If you are ready to use a breeder to find your kitty companion, you can find one in a nearby state or try rescues or shelters.
Siamese Kitten Breeder in Utah
1. Geishagoll Siamese
Geishagoll Siamese in Salt Lake City, Utah, sell kittens with at least two cat vaccinations completed; they neuter the males and spray the females. Males must have enough body weight and size about 16 weeks of age to be neutered. Females require between 16-20 weeks to have enough size and weight for spray surgery.
They are a FeLV/FIV negative household. Any new kittens that they buy, including blue point Siamese kittens, are tested for Idexx stool, FeLV/FIV, and dewormed for parasites such as ringworm. They do this to protect the health and welfare of their kittens and make sure you take home a healthy cat.
Siamese Kitten Breeders in the Neighboring States
1. Cloudcity Cattery
Cloudcity kennels is a shelter cattery located in the western suburbs of Denver, Colorado, and the central Colorado mountains. Currently, they have two queens, Emily and seal points, Kara. They are lucky to work with another breeder in the Denver region who has valuable traditional Siamese lineages and keeps the boys that provide Cloudcity girls with kittens.
Their kittens are registered as “Thai” in The International Cat Association (TICA). That means they are original Siamese that originated from Siam (Thailand) in the late 1800s instead of the modern, show-style Siamese type produced by breeders starting around 1960.
Their lineages go back to the original Siamese of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In recent years, some lines have had an admixture of native Siamese imported from Thailand.
2. Siam Moon
Siam moon is a small-home kennel located between Tucson, Arizona, and Phoenix. They specialize in raising Traditional Balinese and applehead Siamese kittens. Cats are raised initially as pets until they become yours.
Breeding parents are tested for FIV and FeLV before joining the breeding program.
Kittens come with documented genetics and health guarantees. Siam moon is a certified cattery through the American Cat Association (ACA). Cats receive their first vaccine at eight weeks old and are parasites treated before leaving.
3. Clowntown Cattery
Established in 1971, Clowntown cattery LLC is a registered breeder for Siamese, Balinese, and Oriental kittens. It has been breeding Siamese in all colors, hair lengths, and patterns for 50 years. They breed for health, beauty, and show.
Clowntown cattery needs a 50% deposit of the sale price to hold any kitten. But keep in mind that all trades and deposits are non-refundable. Furthermore, kittens are not released until they are old enough and ready to safely go to their new home and have received all their shots.
Utah Cat Rescues
1. Best Friends
The best Friends Lifesaving Center is in Lake City, and it does adoption by appointment. If you are looking to adopt seal point Siamese kittens or lynx point Siamese kittens, you can finish their cat adoption survey to give information about your lifestyle and what you are looking for in a cat.
Best Friends Group works with animal rescue groups, city shelters, and passionate people who are devoted to the mission of making Utah a no-kill state.
Whiskers are a 100% volunteer-operated nonprofit cat rescue. They cater for animals in the municipal shelters in Weber, Salt Lake, and Davis counties, taking animals from surrounding areas as space allows and resources.
They are a foster-based program, meaning they don’t have a brick-and-mortar facility. They are always looking for foster homes. Whiskers kittens are available for adoption through an appointment or one of their events at the Petco in Bountiful, Utah.
At this location, they shelter flame point Siamese kittens and lilac point Siamese kittens in the habitants.
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