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Siamese Kittens For Sale in Wisconsin: 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.

Siamese cats are prized for their beautiful appearance, outgoing personalities, and chatty behavior. If you live in Wisconsin and are looking to adopt your next feline friend, you’re going to have to do some extra work to find a Siamese kitten. There is only one breeder of Siamese cats in the state.

However, if you’re willing to do a little extra traveling, you might find a match in neighboring Minnesota or Illinois. You can also search rescue organizations and shelters where you may occasionally come across a Siamese cat available for adoption.

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The Siamese Cat Breeder in Wisconsin

1. Wisconsin Siamese Snowshoe Kittens

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  • Waupaca, WI

This breeder has limited public information available, but plenty of adorable kittens to share. To get more information about them, you can contact the breeder via their website. They have a waiting list for kittens which you can ask to be added to. They typically allow purchasers to take their kittens home between 7-8 weeks of age.

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Siamese Cat Breeders in Neighboring States

1. Ceylon Eyes

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  • Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN

This breeder located in nearby Minneapolis is TICA-registered. They raise applehead Siamese kittens in their home and they’re well socialized and accustomed to living with people. Their cats are ready to go home by 12 weeks and come with a health guarantee. They require a deposit to add your name to the waiting list for a kitten since they have limited litters and high demand.

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2. Siamese Royalty

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  • Central-Southern, IL

This breeder is a little further away from Wisconsin, but still a drivable distance. They have both applehead Siamese and long-haired kittens available. The cattery is Cat Fanciers Federation and Cat Fanciers’ Association-registered and is noted as a CFA cattery of excellence. You’ll receive a health guarantee that’s active as long as you follow the breeder’s requirement of having the kitten examined by your veterinarian within 4 days of bringing the kitten to your home.

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3. SAHJA Oriental Shorthair and Siamese Cats and Kittens in Illinois

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  • Winnebago County, IL

This small breeder is located just outside of Chicago, IL. They have a limited number of kittens available for adoption each year. Purchasing one of this breeder’s kittens comes with some requirements for diet, prohibited vaccines, and other things that you’ll need to be aware of. You can read their contract on their website to ensure that you’re willing to abide by their guidelines.

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Wisconsin Cat Rescues

1. Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue

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  • Kenosha, WI

This rescue organization works throughout the Midwest to rescue purebred and special needs cats and kittens. These cats stay in foster homes until their forever family is found. Because of their special behaviors and personalities, Siamese cats can often be found through this organization. The application process is quite extensive and you must meet their requirements to be eligible to adopt one of their cats.

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2. Wisconsin Humane Society

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  • Milwaukee, WI

The Wisconsin Humane Society has several branches throughout the state. They frequently get Siamese and Siamese mix cats throughout the year so you might be able to find a loving forever friend through the humane society.

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