Live in Michigan and have your heart set on adopting a cute little Persian kitten?
In this article, I’ve put together a list of the best Persian cat breeders in Michigan to help you find that perfect kitty!
Please remember to always do your own research, I’d love to be the person who connects you with the new addition to your home!
- Persian Cat Breeders Michigan | Kittens & Cats for Sale
- How Much Does a Persian Cat Cost?
- What to Look for From a Cattery or Breeder
- Make Sure You Read the Adoption Agreement Carefully
- There Are Different Persian Cat Varieties
- Are Persians Good Family Cats?
- Find Persian Breeders Near You
Persian Cat Breeders Michigan | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Wildirish Cattery||Sheridan, MI||NA||https://wildirishcattery.com/|
|Fluffy Persians||Kalamazoo, MI||269-271-3504||https://www.fluffypersians.com/|
|Alanlee Persian and Himalayan Cattery||Greenville, MI||616-754-3064||https://alanlees.weebly.com/|
|Meow My Persians||Lansing, MI||NA||http://www.meowmy.com/|
|Grandheart Exotics||Cottrellville, MI||NA||http://www.grandheartexotics.com/|
|Star Kitty Cattery||Southgate, MI||734-991-3620||https://starkittycattery.com/|
Address – Sheridan, MI
Phone – NA
Website – https://wildirishcattery.com/
“We are a small hobby breeder of Persian cats located in Sheridan, MI. Our Persians are CFA registered and have GC/CH bloodlines on both sides of parentage.”
Address – Kalamazoo, Michigan, 49009
Phone – 269-271-3504
Website – https://www.fluffypersians.com/
“Fluffy Persians is a FIV, FeLV, FIP, PKD, and Ringworm-free cattery. Our cattery is designed to provide Persian kittens of the greatest quality. Our kittens are given plenty of love and attention from the day they are born to when they finally reach their forever homes.”
Alanlee Persian and Himalayan Cattery
Address – Greenville, MI
Phone – 616-754-3064
Website – https://alanlees.weebly.com/
“Our philosophy is to provide healthy and affectionate show and pet Persian and Himalayan kittens to loving homes. Our kittens are raised by hand and underfoot from birth until we find the perfect family match.”
Meow My Persians
Address – Lansing, MI
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.meowmy.com/
“We are a home-based cattery, where love, attention and the best care possible is paid to every cat. We keep a small number of cats, so that each one has lap time and can be evaluated for health on a daily basis.”
Address – Cottrellville, MI
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.grandheartexotics.com/
“I bred Shih Tzu for several years but when I got my first Exotic Shorthair, I fell in love! The kids and I enjoy showing our cats in CFA. My boys are the kitten “socializers” All of our cats are raised and loved on by the entire family!”
Star Kitty Cattery
Address – Southgate, MI
Phone – 734-991-3620
Website – https://starkittycattery.com/
“I have been a registered breeder with CFA since 1979. I’m a very clean cattery with no ringworm, flea’s, or ear mites. I breed for standard and like the bi-colors. I like my kittens to go to homes that love their kittens like a member of their family.”
How Much Does a Persian Cat Cost?
As with any exotic cat breed, pricing varies a lot depending on the variety, markings, history of the cat, and so on.
To give you a general idea, however, most pure or show-quality Persians cost anywhere between $1,000 to $2,000.
Persians that are solely intended as ‘pets’ can be a fair bit less. It’s always a good idea to call around and get some different quotes.
What to Look for From a Cattery or Breeder
When looking for a Persian cat breeder, it is important to put your trust in one that is reputable and checks out.
You can start by asking around for recommendations or looking for online reviews.
A good breeder should also be able to provide you with references from other happy customers or show you pictures of some kittens they’ve placed in homes.
They should also be able to answer any questions you have about the breed and be willing to let you visit the kitten and its parents.
When you do visit a cattery, make sure you check the facility is clean and well-maintained.
The cats should also have plenty of space to roam and look to be healthy and happy.
If everything checks out, then you can feel confident that you’ve found a good breeder to work with.
Make Sure You Read the Adoption Agreement Carefully
Once you’ve found a breeder you feel comfortable with, it’s time to talk about the adoption agreement.
This is a very important document, especially with rare or pedigree cats as it outlines the responsibilities of both the breeder and the adopter and safeguards you both.
It may also have some useful tips and info about how to care for your new kitten in the coming months.
Make sure you read it carefully and ask any questions you have before signing on the dotted line.
There Are Different Persian Cat Varieties
A lot of people don’t know this when they first set out to get a Persian, but the Doll-face Persian which is the most common type, it’s not the only variety.
There are also Peke-face, Chinchilla, Exotic Shorthair, and Teacup varieties.
Doll-face Persians have a more traditional “flat face” look, while Peke-faces have a slightly more pointed muzzle.
Chinchilla Persians have very thick, luxurious silvery fur that is similar to what you would find on a chinchilla.
Teacup Persians are the smallest of the bunch, and their name says it all.
And finally, Exotic Shorthairs are a mix between Persians and American Shorthairs.
So, if you are interested in getting a Persian cat, be sure to do your research on the different varieties so you know exactly what you’re looking for and what to expect!
Are Persians Good Family Cats?
Before adopting a Persian – or any cat for that matter – it’s important you check that their temperament and personality is going to be a good fit with your household.
It’s usually not a problem as Persians are generally quiet, gentle and loving cats.
They enjoy being around people and being petted and fussed over, and are equally happy being left to sleep or relax.
They are what I would call a ‘medium’-maintenance cat when it comes to grooming, as they do require daily brushing to prevent their fur from matting.
But once you make this a part of your daily routine, it’s a lot more fun than it is a chore – and it helps keep the stray hair from floating around the home!
So if you’re looking for a laid-back, loving and beautiful family cat, then a Persian could be the perfect fit for you!
Find Persian Breeders Near You
If you couldn’t find a Persian breeder or cattery from the list above able to help, you can find listings for other Persian breeders from different states across the U.S. by clicking the links below:
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