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Siamese Cat Breeders in North Carolina

So, you’ve decided you want to bring a Siamese cat into the family and you’re searching for Siamese cat breeders in North Carolina, right?

You’ve come to the right place.

Below, you’ll find a list of Siamese breeders I was able to find in the state of North Carolina.

I hope you find what you’re looking for! Good luck.

Siamese Cat Breeders in North Carolina With Kittens and Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Siamese Himalayan
Perthshire Kilts
Cat Angels Pet Adoptions IncCary, NC
Carolina Blues Cattery Siamese KittensCharlote,
Siamese SweetiesWinston,

Siamese Himalayan kittens

Address – NC

Phone – 970-556-8344


Perthshire Kilts Cattery

Address – NC

Phone – 919-822-2886


Cat Angels Pet Adoptions Inc

Address – 959 N Harrison Ave, Cary, NC 27513

Phone – 919-463-9586


Carolina Blues Cattery  Siamese Kittens

Address – Charlote, NC

Phone – 704-256-4326


Siamese Sweeties

Address – Winston, NC

Phone – NA


Some Facts About Siamese Cats

If you’re new to Siamese cats; I’m super-envious. I had a Siamese many years ago, and she was one of the best cat companions I ever had.

It helps to know as much as you can about a breed before getting one. Here are some of the most interesting facts about Siamese cats:

  • Typical features unique to Siamese are their pointy ears, crystal-blue eyes, sleek bodies, and color points on their faces.
  • Siamese cats are known for their affectionate nature – get ready for loads of fussing and nose kisses!
  • The word ‘Siam‘ is the former name of Thailand, that’s where the name comes from.
  • Siamese cats are very chatty and vocal. If they want to tell you something, expect to hear about it.
  • There are four different color variations; seal point, chocolate point, blue point, and lilac point.

Color Variations of Siamese Cats

I know how exciting it is to bring a new kitten home. When you call a breeder, one of the main questions they’re going to ask you is what, if any, color Siamese you want.

Here’s a look at the main differences between the four color variations to help you decide on the color/type of Siamese you want:

Seal Point

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 Point

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 Point

Blue Points have a bluish-white body, with blue points – as their name suggests.

It’s more of a grey color to the untrained eye. Their paws tend to be a pale grey, often referred to as slate-colored.

Lilac Point

I have to admit, I think the lilac points are the cutest. Their pointing is lilac, almost lavender in color sometimes.

The biggest give away is their nose leather. They typically have a creamer, paler body color than Blue Points.

How Much Do Siamese Kittens Cost?

This is a hard question to answer. Like a lot of exotic cat breeds, the price can vary a lot depending on the lineage, any noticeable features, and so on.

Generally speaking, you can expect to pay anywhere between $600-$1,000+.

But as I said, this really depends on the breeders and the exact type of Siamese you’re buying.

How Much Do Siamese Cats Cost?

If you can’t find any breeders with litters due in your area, you can help an adult Siamese by adopting and rehoming a cat in need.

There are various shelters and rescue centers across the US, I recommend doing a little research and saving an older cat from a life in a shelter.

You will generally pay a lot less for an adult Siamese than a kitten, especially if you’re adopting from a rescue shelter.

I recommend taking a look on This site is one of the largest online databases that connects you with around 11,000 animal shelters across the country.

Do Siamese Make Good Pets?

I’m not just saying this, but yes, Siamese cats make excellent pets.

All cats are awesome, fun, and friendly companions, but Siamese have some unique characteristics that might be exactly what you’re looking for in a pet.

They are chatty, loving, and enjoy interacting with humans. If you want a cat that you can spend time with, Siamese is one of the best breeds for you.

They also enjoy a lot of quiet down time, as all cats do. You’ll find them curled up in their favorite spot, with a call, they’ll happily move over and sit on your lap for extra warmth.

They are easy to care for, loads of fun, have large personalities, and are, well, cats. What more could you want?

Are Siamese Easy To Look After and Care For?

Let’s be honest, most cats are easy to look after and care for. Unless they are long-haired, of course, which Siamese are not.

You don’t need to brush a Siamese very often. They have short, thin coats, and unless they go somewhere they shouldn’t and get something stuck in their fur, they can easily groom themselves.

As long as you’re providing quality food, fresh drinking water, some comfy sleeping spots, and some toys and furniture to challenge them – you’ll have a happy cat on your hands.

If there was just one downside, and it’s really not a ‘downside’, it’s just that Siamese cats can be a little demanding when it comes to attention. And, if they don’t get the attention they want, they can be noisy.

But that’s it. In a nutshell; Siamese are fun, loyal, affectionate, curious, and a little noisy sometimes.

I hope you find a breeder and the perfect kitty you’re happy to bring home and spend many wonderful years together with, as I did with my Siamese!

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

Image credits – Header photo by Dimitry Kooijmans and kitten photo by Biel Morro on Unsplash


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