Looking for Munchkin cat breeders in Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin below.
Please take a look, hopefully, you’ll find the perfect new addition to your home.
- Munchkin Cat Breeders in Wisconsin With Kittens and Cats for Sale
- Adopting a Munchkin in Wisconsin
- TICA and CFA Certifications
- What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Kitten?
- What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Cat?
- Interesting and Fun Facts About Munchkin Cats
- Caring for Your Munchkin
- Are Munchkins Good Pets?
Munchkin Cat Breeders in Wisconsin With Kittens and Cats for Sale
Unfortunately, at this time I’m not able to find any Munchkin Cat Breeders located in Wisconsin.
If you’re a breeder and would like to be listed here, please reach out to me. If you’re looking for Munchkins, please read on for alternative options:
Adopting a Munchkin in Wisconsin
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.
TICA and CFA Certifications
You may have seen some breeders saying they are TICA and CFA certified. This is an extra stamp of approval that they registered their cats and are maintaining a high standard.
Here’s what these organizations mean:
The International Cat Association (TICA) is an organization that was founded in 1967 with the primary purpose of upholding high standards of breeding for cats.
They require extensive education from their members and are involved in various activities such as showing, judging, and organizing World Championships.
The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) is the world’s premier cat organization and the largest registry and show organization for pedigreed cats.
The CFA recognizes five long hair & six shorthair breeds of cats as well as three types of longhaired kittens. Only registered purebred cats are allowed to participate in any CFA show or event.
What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Kitten?
There are a lot of things to take into account when pricing a Munchkin kitten. The pedigree, color, markings, and variation can all affect the price by a large amount.
To give you a ballpark figure, however, you can expect to pay between $800-$2,000 from a reputable breeder.
What’s the Average Cost of a Munchkin Cat?
Some breeders and other sellers will have adult Munchkins for sale. You can typically expect to pay a little less than you would for a kitten.
Again, depending on the age, health condition, and history of the cat, you can expect to pay anywhere between $500-$1,800.
Interesting and Fun Facts About Munchkin Cats
Known as ‘dwarf cats’, and ‘sausage cats’, to say that Munchkins are unique felines would be an understatement.
Here are some of the most interesting and fun facts about this breed to help you get to know them a bit better:
- Their legs are around 3 inches shorter than an average cat.
- They are known to be playful and kitten-like long into adulthood.
- Munchkins are named after the Munchkins from The Wizard of Oz.
- They are one of the newest cat breeds, only being officially recognized in 1991.
- A Munchkin holds the record for the shortest living cat at 13.34cm (no surprise).
Caring for Your Munchkin
Munchkins are super easy to care for. The fact that they don’t go outside or need to get as much exercise as ‘regular’ cats is a bonus for busy owners that do not have a lot of time.
This doesn’t mean you can neglect them though! Munchkins love playing. In fact, it’s said they retain their playful, kitten-like characteristics longer than a typical cat.
So, it’s ideal if you can make time to play with them. Also, some cat furniture like a tree, or some small obstacles will increase their happiness and give them something to do when you’re not around.
Just remember to get furniture that caters to their small legs! Munchkins are nowhere as agile, or adept at climbing as other breeds.
All you really need to do is brush them once a week or so, provide quality food and fresh water, and you’ll have a happy little Munchkin on your hands.
Are Munchkins Good Pets?
Munchkins are a great choice as a family pet. They’re sociable, great with kids and other pets, curious, loads of fun, and will give you loads of love back.
They’re a relatively new breed in the feline world, so there isn’t much known about any long-term health issues. It’s assumed by some that they may suffer from some back problems, just as sausage dogs do.
There is no evidence to back this up though. If you make sure they maintain a healthy weight and feed good quality nutrition, the risk of any health issues is low.
One of the features you see most owners talking about is how playful their Munchkins are, even long into adulthood.
Not only do they look like kittens longer than most cats, but they also act and behave like they are kittens. It’s a lot of fun playing with them, and there are rarely dull moments (except maybe all those hours when they’re sleeping).
There are really no drawbacks to owning this dwarf, mini-me breed. If you have any concerns or questions, I recommend contacting a breeder and asking them.
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