Looking for Munchkin cat breeders in Illinois with kittens for sale? You’ve come to the right place!
To save you time, I’ve put together a list of all the breeders I was able to find in the state of Illinois below.
Please take a look, hopefully, you’ll find the perfect new addition to your home.
Munchkin Cat Breeders in Illinois With Kittens and Cats for Sale
|Blue Skies Cattery||Polo, IL||815-946-2182||blueskycats.com|
Blue Skies Cattery
Address – Polo, IL
Phone – 815-946-2182
Website – blueskycats.com
Adopting a Munchkin in Illinois
If you were not able to find what you were looking for or any expected litters from the above breeders, you could consider adopting a Munchkin.
Adopting a cat from a shelter or a rescue is always a satisfying thing to do. It means you’re giving a cat another chance at living in a home with a loving family.
If you’re considering it or interested to learn more, here are a couple of places to look:
Both of these sites are large databases that connect you with thousands of cat rescues and shelters across the U.S.
Average Cost of a Munchkin Kittens
It’s always hard to give out an average cost of exotic or rare breeds of cats as there are a lot of factors that affect the price.
To give you a rough example, you can expect to pay between $800-$2,000. But don’t be surprised to see a few thousand added on for a pedigree or rare color Munchkin though.
It’s a good idea to reach out to a couple of breeders in your area to get a better idea of price.
Average Cost of a Munchkin Cats
If you’re looking for an adult Munchkin, you can expect to pay a little less than a kitten. You’re probably still looking at four figures though unless you find one in need of adoption from a rescue.
Facts About Munchkin Cats
Want to know more about Munchkins? There’s a lot of interesting and unique things about these little-legged dwarf cats.
Here are some cools facts:
- Munchkins’ legs are around 3 inches shorter than average cats’ legs.
- Therefore, it’s not much of a surprise that a Munchkin holds the world record for being the shortest cat.
- They really are named after those small creatures in The Wizard of Oz.
- They’re the new kids on the block, only really being introduced to the world in 1991.
- Munchkins are super playful, prepare for many hours of fun!
Care and Maintenance
With rare and exotic breeds there is often the concern that there will be a lot of care or maintenance required. This is not the case with Munchkins, they are incredibly easy to look after.
One of the biggest chores with cats is helping longhaired breeds keep their coats in good shape. Munchkins have short fur, and they don’t go outside – or at least not exploring and jumping around.
You’ll only need to brush them once a week or so. The same as you would any shorthaired breed.
I have read some accounts that some people think they might suffer from similar back issues to sausage dogs. But I’m yet to see actual evidence of this.
The only real maintenance you need to know about is keeping your Munchkin entertained. They love playing and interacting with humans.
Playing with cats is such a rewarding thing as an owner, it’s not like this is a downside or anything!
Are Munchkins Godo Family Pets?
They are good family pets, yes. Obviously, each Munchkin has its own personality that you will need to discover. But generally speaking, Munchkins are social cats, they are fine with children and other animals, and will take advantage of all of that attention,
You’ll notice they’re very different from other cats, there’s no mistaking that. They are a lot less agile and won’t be getting themselves into the kinds of annoying predicaments most kittens do.
On the plus side, this means not hanging off of curtains, jumping on the kitchen sides, hiding in odd high up places, and so on. So, it’s not all bad!
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