Persian Cat Breeders in Texas – 2020 Listings

By Phil / November 25, 2019
Persian Cat Breeders in Texas

Looking for Persian cat breeders in Texas to find a little cute little new addition to your home?

I’ve put together a list of all the known Persian breeders in and around the Texas area to make it easy for you.

Whether you’re looking for the next grand champion to show, or a traditional Persian as a home cat – I hope this helps you find the perfect kitty.

List of Persian Cat Breeders in Texas

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
3 Hearts KittensTexas817-366-32603HeartsKittens.com
Angel Persian CatsTexas713-553-5954AngelPersianCats.com
Animal Attraction Pet GroomingArgyle, Texas940-464-0405AnimalAttractionPetGrooming.com
Beljapur CatteryAustin, TexasNABeljapurPersian.com
BellespurrSan Antonio, Texas210-488-7794BellesPurr.com
Burton’s PersiansBurnet, TexasNABurtonsPersians.com
Elagans PersiansSan Antonio, TexasNAElagansPersians.com
Fluffy Farm CatteryAustin, Texas512-909-4807FluffyFarm.com
Kitten Candy PersiansNANAKittenCandyPersians.com
Kitty Cature CatteryMcKinney, Texas469-288-0686KittyCatureCattery.com
Rare Earth PersiansTexasNARareEarthPersians.com
Steamboat CatteryAbilene, Texas817-832-9432SteamboatCattery.com
Tiny PersiansNorth Dallas, Texas214-960-0267TinyPersians.com

3 Hearts Kittens

Address – Texas

Tel – 817-366-3260

Contact email – NA

Website 3HeartsKittens.com


Angel Persian Cats

Address – Texas

Tel – 713-553-5954

Contact email – angelspersiancats@yahoo.com

Website AngelPersianCats.com


Animal Attraction Pet Grooming

Address – Argyle, Texas

Tel – 940-464-0405

Contact email – vanierpersians@aol.com

Website AnimalAttractionPetGrooming.com


Beljapur Cattery

Address – Austin, Texas

Tel – NA

Contact email – NA

Website BeljapurPersian.com


Bellespurr

Address – San Antonio, Texas

Tel – 210-488-7794

Contact email – NA

Website BellesPurr.com


Burton’s Persians

Address – Burnet, Texas

Tel – NA

Contact email – txpersians@yahoo.com

Website BurtonsPersians.com


Elagans Persians

Address – San Antonio, Texas

Tel – NA

Contact email – yankee90@att.net

Website ElagansPersians.com


Fluffy Farm Cattery

Address – Austin, Texas

Tel – 512-909-4807

Contact email – issie.venter@gmail.com

Website FluffyFarm.com


Kitten Candy Persians

Address – Houston, Texas

Tel – NA

Contact email – NA

Website KittenCandyPersians.com


Kitty Cature Cattery

Address – McKinney, Texas

Tel – 469-288-0686

Contact email – NA

Website KittyCatureCattery.com


Rare Earth Persians

Address – Texas

Tel – NA

Contact email – NA

Website RareEarthPersians.com


Steamboat Cattery

Address – Abilene, Texas

Tel – 817-832-9432

Contact email – steamboatcattery@gmail.com

Website SteamboatCattery.com


Tiny Persians

Address – North Dallas, Texas

Tel – 214-960-0267

Contact email – info@tinypersians.com

Website TinyPersians.com


What to Look out for When Buying a Persian?

First of all, look for CFA registered Persian breeders. This means they’re part of the Cat Fanciers’ Association for pedigree cats. Also, look for TICA registered Persian breeders, which means they’re part of the International Cat Association for pedigree cats.

Both of these organizations set out high standards for breeders to adhere to, giving you peace of mind that you’re adopting a kitten that has been bred and brought up in a loving environment.

When you find a breeder you’re comfortable with, ask lots of questions! They love being asked questions, they want their pedigree cats to go to a loving home as much as you want to be that home for them.

Types and Colors of Persian Cats

If you’re new to Persians, you need to get up to speed with all the terminology, types, and colors of Persians most commonly available.

Here are the main types of Persians and some of their individual characteristics and personality traits:

Types and Varieties of Persians

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Doll Face Persian – Known as the original, traditional, or old fashioned Persians. The Doll Face has that “Classic” Persian look you’ll be familiar with from images and videos.

Himalayan Persian – A cross between a Persian and a Siamese, the Himalayan typically has Siamese colors with the Persian looks.

Peke-Face Persian – This variety is named after Pekingese dogs as they have some visual similarities. Compared to a Doll Face they have a more square head and a smaller nose. They do have more difficulty breathing, which is something to be aware of.

Teacup Persian – As the name suggests, these are bread to be tiny cats. They do, however, typically suffer from some health issues, so discuss their health in detail with the breeder if you’re considering adopting one.

Chinchilla Persian – Chinchilla Persians have very think coats, it’s quite the experience to stroke on. Hence why they’re named after a chinchilla, a rodent with extremely dense fur.

Exotic Shorthair Persian – Persians are known for their long fluffy coats. If you don’t want to deal with all that grooming, dander, and shedding fur, I recommend checking out the exotic shorthair.

Colors of Persians

Persian cats are available in almost any color and combination of colors. There are some colors that are a lot more common than others and easier to find though. The main classifications and colors you can expect to find are:

Solid Color Division – White, Black, Blue, Red, and Cream.

Silver and Golden Division – Chinchilla Silver, Shaded Silver, and Chinchilla Golden.

Tabby Division – Brown Tabby, Blue Tabby, Lilac Tabby, Cream Tabby, Cameo Tabby, Silver Tabby, Blue Tabby, and Patchy Tabby Colors.

Parti-Color Division – Blue-Cream, Tortoiseshell, Lilac-Cream, and Chocolate Tortoiseshell.

Calico and Bicolor Division – Dilute Calico, Chocolate Calico, Lilac Calico, Bicolor, Smoke and White, Shaded and White, and Tabby and White.

How Much Are Persian Kittens?

You can expect to pay anywhere between $700-$1,200 for a Persian kitten. As with all exotic breeds, there are a lot of things that factor into the price so this is a ballpark figure.

How Much Are Persian Cats?

You can expect to pay anywhere between $500-$700 to adopt an adult Persian. Because they have some hereditary health issues, you must adopt from someone that can tell you about their history.

Are Persians Good Family Pets?

Persians are the most popular exotic pedigree cats in North America, so it’s fair to say they make awesome pets.

There are a few reasons for this:

  • They are super cute and very recognizable from other breeds
  • They have been heavily portrayed on TV and other media so they’re well-known
  • There is a huge community of show Persians
  • They have a sweet, gentle personality and a joy to have around

They love having people around and are very appreciative of fussing and daily grooming (which is necessary to maintain their luscious coats). But are equally as happy chilling out and being left alone, which makes them very adaptable to almost any home.

The only drawbacks are the grooming, which isn’t all that much effort. And the potential health issues that are in some bloodlines. The breeder you’re communicating with is best placed to discuss any potential health issues with you.

If you can’t find the perfect kitty from the breeders above, there are some awesome Persian Cat Breeders in California you should check out.

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