So, you’ve decided you want to adopt a Siamese cat and you’re looking for Siamese cat breeders in Georgia?
I’m envious! Siamese cats are adorable, affectionate, and a load of fun to be around.
Below, you’ll find a list of breeders I was able to find in the state of Georgia. I hope you’re able to find a breeder close to you with the perfect kitten.
- Siamese Cat Breeders in Georgia With Kittens and Cats for Sale
- Some Interesting Facts About Siamese Cats
- Color Variations of Siamese Cats
- What Is the Average Price of a Siamese Cat?
- Do Siamese Cats Make Good Pets?
- Are Siamese Cats Easy To Take Care Of?
- Siamese Cat Breeders in the US
Siamese Cat Breeders in Georgia With Kittens and Cats for Sale
Address – Atlanta, GA
Phone – 770-735-1405
Website – https://kittentanz.com/
Some Interesting Facts About Siamese Cats
If this is your first Siamese cat – I’m excited for you. It helps to learn about the breed though. Here are some interesting facts about Siamese to get you up to speed:
- Siamese cats are originally from Thailand. The word ‘Siam’ was the original name for Thailand.
- They’re one of the most affectionate and mild natured cat breeds, I hope you like lots of cuddles!
- They are fairly vocal and like to communicate by meowing. If you want a quiet cat, a Siamese is not for you.
- Siamese have a distinctive appearance with pointy ears, color points on their faces, and blue eyes.
- There are four main variations/colors, these are seal point, blue point, lilac point, chocolate point.
Color Variations of Siamese Cats
When you call a breeder about a Siamese kitten, one of the first questions they’re going to ask you is what, if any, color Siamese you want.
There are four main color variations of Siamese. Here’s a look at the main differences in appearance to help you decide which color/type is right for you:
This is the most common color variation so I’m sure you’re well aware of what Seal Points look like. Even if you didn’t know this is what they’re called.
They have cream-colored bodies, with brown color points on their faces. Typically spreading from their noses and ears, to tail and paws.
Chocolate points are fairly rare. They actually look a lot like Seal Points, but when you see one next to a Seal Point it’s obvious.
The main differences are that their bodies are more ivory-colored, and their points are a darker, chocolate brown color (hence the name).
Blue Points have, well, blue points on their faces (makes perfect sense doesn’t it). They also have what’s called a ‘cold-toned grey’ color body.
This is the variation I had many years ago, so Blue Points remain very close to me and always brings back memories.
Lilac point Siamese cats have striking lilac color point markings. They are essentially Chocolate Points with a blue gene changing the coloring.
Compared to the blue point variation, lilacs also have a distinctive silvery-grey coat. They’re also referred to as ‘Frost Points’ sometimes due to their greyish ears, tails, and paws.
What Is the Average Price of a Siamese Cat?
One of the first questions everyone asks, is ‘how much does a Siamese kitten cost?’
This is hard to answer because there are a number of factors that affect the price. Such as pedigree, the history of the breeder, show quality, markings, colors, variety, and so on.
Exotic cats like Siamese can range in price from a few hundred bucks to several thousand.
I rang a couple of catteries and breeders to get a ballpark figure before writing this and I was told Siamese typically range between $600-$1,000 on average. So, that’s a good ballpark figure to work with.
If that’s out of your budget, you could always consider adopting and rehoming a cat from a shelter or rescue.
That’s always a noble thing to do, and often it gives an older cat another chance at enjoying the company of a loving family.
Do Siamese Cats Make Good Pets?
Don’t worry, I’m not going to try and talk you out of getting a Siamese cat. Quite the opposite, in fact, they make awesome pets – and I’m not biased, honest.
The best thing about Siamese cats is that they’re social, playful, and get along with busy households just as well as in a quiet home.
As long as you’re able to give them the attention they need, they’ll give you back loads of cuddles and affection in return.
Sounds like a fair deal, doesn’t it?
They’re active, curious, playful, and a lot of fun. The only reservation I’d have would be for someone that wants a cat they don’t have to interact with much.
But then, why would you get a cat? 🙂
Are Siamese Cats Easy To Take Care Of?
Yes, Siamese cats are also one of the more low-maintenance and easy to take care of breeds.
They have short, fine coats. You won’t have to groom them often, if ever in some cases. They aren’t known to have any medical issues, and in my experience don’t get into a lot of territorial fights.
The only ‘high maintenance’ thing about Siamese cats is the attention they demand from us. Both in the form of playtime, and being petted and fussed.
If there is one downside to owning a Siamese, and I don’t even think it should be called a ‘downside’, it’s that they do require attention.
But they give it back tenfold in affection! It’s a perfect trade-off if you ask me.
If you made it this far, what are you waiting for? Siamese are interesting, curious, cute, and loads of fun. Good luck!
Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Check out some of our other breeder listings for Siamese cats.
Siamese Cat Breeders in the US
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Image credits – Header photo by Dimitry Kooijmans and kitten photo by Biel Morro on Unsplash