In this article, I’ve put together a list of Siberian cat breeders in Arizona to help you find a new Siberian kitten.
There are a number of reputable breeders in the state of Arizona specializing in Siberians, you have some good options.
Remember to always do your own due diligence, I cannot personally vouch for any of these breeders.
What I can tell you is that Siberians are great family cats. They’re friendly, have big personalities, enjoy both the indoors and outdoors and love interacting with us.
Good luck with your search for a new addition to your home!
- Siberian Cat Breeders in Arizona | Kittens & Cats for Sale
- Looking Out for TICA and CFA Certifications
- How Much Should You Pay For a Siberian Cat?
- Additional Siberian Cat Resources
- Are Siberians Really Hypoallergenic Cats?
- How Long Do Siberian Cats Live For?
- Are Siberian Cats Good Family Pets?
- Siberian Breeders Across the U.S.
Siberian Cat Breeders in Arizona | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Pumaridge Siberians||Kingman, AZ||NA||http://pumaridgesiberians.com/|
|Nightmusic Siberian Cats||Arizona||480-235-4726||http://nightmusicsiberians.com/|
|Kender Siberian Cats||Arizona||NA||http://thesiberiancat.us/|
|Prekrasne Siberian Cats||Arizona||NA||https://www.siberiancatsofaz.com/|
Address – Kingman, AZ
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.pumaridgesiberians.com/
Nightmusic Siberian Cats
Address – Arizona
Phone – 480-235-4726
Website – http://nightmusicsiberians.com/
Kender Siberian Cats
Address – Arizona
Phone – NA
Website – http://thesiberiancat.us/
Prekrasne Siberian Cats
Address – Arizona
Phone – NA
Website – https://www.siberiancatsofaz.com/
Looking Out for TICA and CFA Certifications
Some breeders and catteries are registered or certified with either the CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) or TICA (The International Cat Association).
Both of these organizations are registries for pedigree cats, and they also promote good ethical business practices.
It doesn’t mean a breeder can’t be trusted if they’re not registered with either of these organizations, but it’s certainly added peace of mind.
How Much Should You Pay For a Siberian Cat?
Siberians are not cheap – and rightly so as they are rare, exotic, and magnificent cats.
As with a lot of pedigree cats, it’s hard to give you an accurate idea of cost as the price can vary by several thousand dollars.
That said, as a general guide, you can expect to pay between $1,500-$4,000. I looked at several breeders with price lists, and they all fell within this range.
Be prepared, as most breeders will ask that you give them a non-refundable deposit of several hundred dollars towards the cost.
This is normal as there are a lot of costs associated with caring for a new kitten and preparing it to be picked up and adopted.
Additional Siberian Cat Resources
I wanted to share a couple of resources that might come in handy for a few of you reading this.
The first is Adoptapet.com for anyone who isn’t able to find what they’re looking for for a breeder near them, or just want to adopt an adult cat in need of a home.
Adoptapet is a website that aggregates thousands of rescues and shelters across the country. It’s the quickest way I know of to find cats that need adopting.
You might just find a Siberian there waiting to find the perfect home…
Another resource that you might be interested in is the subreddit for Siberian cat owners.
I’m sure you’ll have loads of questions – and of course, pictures to share – of your new Siberian after you bring them home.
This is probably the best place to do this. There is a huge community of Siberian cat owners that are just as enthusiastic as you are.
Are Siberians Really Hypoallergenic Cats?
Siberians are one of the few hypoallergenic breeds and this is one of the main reasons a lot of people want them.
Personally, I’m not allergic to cats, and I don’t want to imagine what it would be like if I were. But if I was allergic, I would certainly seek out a hypoallergenic breed!
For those who are interested, the reason why Siberians are hypoallergenic is because they do not produce as much of the allergen that causes the reaction in sufferers.
That allergen is FelD1. All cats produce FelD1, some more than others. This allergen basically gets transferred from a cat’s saliva into the air as dander.
Siberians produce much lower levels of FelD1 than regular cats, but not 0%.
It’s still a good idea to spend some time around a Siberian before committing to getting one if you’re a sufferer.
How Long Do Siberian Cats Live For?
The average lifespan of a Siberian that lives in good conditions is 10-12 years. This is generally slightly less than a regular indoor cat, but this isn’t uncommon with exotic breeds.
Are Siberian Cats Good Family Pets?
Being the national cat of Russia, it’s understandable that a lot of people think Siberians might have some special requirements.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. Siberians are easy to care for, fit in with households of any size, and are great family pets.
The only considerations or things that you really need to take into account is that Siberians are big cats, and they enjoy lots of attention.
I would say the only family homes that they are not ideal for, are homes where everyone is out during the day.
Siberians have magnificent coats and do need brushing on a regular basis. But this is more fun than it is a chore.
If you’re looking for an intelligent, personable, and affectionate cat – a Siberian (or two) might be perfect for you.
Siberian Breeders Across the U.S.
If you didn’t find available Siberian that met your requirements from the breeders listed above, click any of the states below to see Siberian breeders in that state:
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