Siamese Cat Breeders in Texas | Find Kittens for Sale

Siamese Cat Breeders in Texas Find Kittens for Sale

Looking for Siamese cat breeders in Texas or Siamese kittens and cats for sale?

Siamese are probably the most famous and iconic of all the cat breeds. There’s no mistaking those big beautiful blue eyes and their elegant, sleek coats.

So, to say I’m a little envious would be an understatement!

The least I can do is help you find a breeder or siamese kitten for sale. Below I’ve put together a list of all the places in Texas you can find a Siamese cat.

Siamese Cat Breeders in Texas With Kittens and Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
KlazeekatsSW Houston,
Cupid’s Pride CatteryLufkin,
CJ’s Siamese Kittens DallasDallas,
RanchCats CatteryCentral


Address – SW Houston, TX

Tel – 713-858-7885

Contact email – [email protected]

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Cupid’s Pride Cattery

Address – Lufkin, TX

Tel – 936-634-9398

Contact email – [email protected]

Website –

CJ’s Siamese Kittens Dallas

Address – Dallas, TX

Tel – 940-452-2542

Contact email – [email protected]

Website –

RanchCats Cattery

Address – Central TX

Tel – 254-716-1356

Contact email – [email protected]

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Additional Resources

If you’re not able to find a cat from one of the breeders listed above – or if you’d just prefer to give a cat in need a home – I recommend checking out;

Austin Siamese Rescue – A non-profit organization based in Austin, Texas, that takes in 14 breeds of the Royal Thai Family which includes Siamese cats.

Adopt a Pet – At the time of writing this there were a bunch of Siamese cats in need of a good home. This is subject to change, of course, but I recommend checking out the site to see who’s available.

Adopting and rehoming a cat is one of the best and most rewarding things you can do.

So many cats end up homeless and in shelters for all kinds of reasons. A lot might never find their way into a loving family home again.

Are Siamese Cats Good Pets?

Are Siamese Cats Good Pets

Siamese cats are great family pets, yes.

They’re not for everyone though, each breed of cat has their own unique traits so you should always do your research before bringing one home.

I’m sure you’ve heard that Siamese are one of the most “chatty” breeds. They love talking and communicating with us, which can be both a blessing and a curse.

If you want a quiet breed, I’d look at an Abyssinian or a Maine Coon. There are going to be times when a Siamese wakes you up in the night – trust me, I know!

This also ties in with something else Siamese are well known for – being affectionate. They crave attention and companionship, and you better be able to make time for them or they’ll bug you.

I had a Siamese when I was growing up and I loved her (Brie) so much. When I’d carry her she’d wrap her arms around my neck and snuggle into me.

They have a lot of energy when they’re kittens. If you have a busy household with kids and other pets they’ll fit right in, and as they age they’ll mellow.

You’ll have countless evenings with them curled up on your lap. Siamese and their owners form strong bonds, you’ll have a best friend for life I’m sure.

How Much Do Siamese Kittens Cost?

There are various types and colors of Siamese cats. The main four “pure” color variations are seal point, blue point, lilac point, and chocolate point.

If you’re buying one of these from a reputable breeder with a detailed history of their cats you can expect to pay between $500-$1,000.

This number can keep going up if you want to buy a rare coloring or a pedigree cat with show potential though. 

How Much Do Siamese Cats Cost?

If you’re looking to adopt an adult Siamese you’ll pay less than you would for a kitten.

You may find an adult via one of the breeders listed above. You’re more likely to find one through the resources I mentioned in the additional resources though.

I always recommend people adopt a cat in need of a home. Shelters are literally overflowing across the country with cats that have found themselves homeless through no fault of their own – or their owners sometimes.

You can typically expect to pay a fee of around $100 to cover the costs involved and help out the shelter. It’s worth looking into, you might just spot a cat that steals your heart – I know it’s happened to me.

Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Check out some of our other breeder listings for Siamese cats.

Image credits – Header photo by Alex Meier, Siamese kitten image by Nirzar Pangarkar on Unsplash


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