Looking for Munchkin cat breeders in Texas?
I’ve put together a list of Munchkin breeders registered in the state of Texas to help you find the perfect Munchkin cat or kitten for sale.
I hope you find exactly what you’re looking for. If not, check out our other listings at the bottom.
- List of Munchkin Cat Breeders in Texas
- What Are Munchkin Cats?
- What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Kitten?
- What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Cat?
- What Are Munchkin Cats like as Pets?
- Any Health Issues to Be Aware Of?
List of Munchkin Cat Breeders in Texas
|Bluebonnet Munchkins||Marion, Texas||210-843-1336||bluebonnetmunchkins.com|
|FanciFT Cattery||Bertram, Texas||512-234-1363||FanciFTCattery.com|
|Platinum Paint Horses Munchkins||Royse City, Texas||972-636-3629||PlatinumPaintHorses.com|
|Ragdoll Kittens||Austin, Texas||877-720-4053||RagKittens.us|
Address – Marion, Texas
Tel – 210-843-1336
Contact email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – bluebonnetmunchkins.com
Address – Bertram, Texas
Tel – 512-234-1363
Contact email – Lydia@FanciFTCattery.com, or Amy@FanciFTCattery.com
Website – FanciFTCattery.com
Address – Texas
Tel – 817-291-2800
Contact email – NA
Website – PreciousPetsTexas.com
Precious Pets breed Napoleon kittens. These are a cross between a Persian and Munchkin – and are absolutely adorable!
Platinum Paint Horses Munchkins
Address – Royse City, Texas
Tel – 972-636-3629
Contact email – Darla@platinumpainthorses.com
Website – PlatinumPaintHorses.com
Address – Austin, Texas
Tel – 877-720-4053
Contact email – email@example.com
Website – RagKittens.us
What Are Munchkin Cats?
The Munchkin cat breed is also called dwarf and miniature cat breeds due to their very short legs. They also have long spines, making them the dachshunds of the cat world.
They are wonderful additions to any home as they are very smart and social, and let’s be honest – they’re super cute.
There are some interesting cross-breeds and unique looking Munchkins with both short hair and long. You might find these being offered by breeders:
Scottish Fold Munchkins – A cross between a Munchkin and a Scottish Fold.
Napoleon – A cross between a Munchkin and a Persian.
Lambkin – A cross between a Munchkin and a Selkirk Rex.
Minksin – A cross between a Munchkin and a Sphynx.
What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Kitten?
There are a lot of factors that are taken into account when pricing a Munchkin kitten. However, to give you a ballpark figure to work with, you can expect to pay between $800-$1,200 from a reputable breeder.
What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Cat?
If you’re looking to adopt an adult Munchkin, you can expect to pay a little less than you would for a kitten. Depending on the age, health condition, and history of the cat, you can expect to pay between $500-$1,000.
What Are Munchkin Cats like as Pets?
Munchkin cats make awesome family pets, and I’m not just saying that because I’m a huge fan. They really do.
Being a dwarf breed, Munchkins are perfect indoor pets. They are super-friendly with other pets, children, and people, especially when socialized from an early age.
Vetstreet has a detailed personality description of the Munchkin. Listing them as outgoing, friendly, curious, and highly intelligent. So, expect a cat that’s going to provide endless hours of entertainment and challenge you a little.
Any Health Issues to Be Aware Of?
Spinal issues are always a concern with dwarf breeds of pets, but there are no known issues with Munchkin cats.
Health is something you should always discuss in length with the breeder you’re interested in buying from. They should be able to give you detailed family history, offer you a health guarantee, and give you some of the best advice you’ll hear about caring for your new kitten.
If you feed your Munchkin the right diet and give them the proper care and attention they deserve, there is no more risk than you’d expect with any healthy breed of cat.
Can’t find what you are looking for? Take a look at our other Munchkin catteries below.
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