Looking for Siberian cat breeders in California?
If you’re looking to adopt a Siberian into your family, I’m envious. Siberians are beautiful cats. They are large, strong cats that love to explore outdoors, and also enjoy spending time with their families.
I’ve put together a list of verified Siberian cat breeders covering both northern and southern California to help you find Siberian cats and kittens for sale.
- List of Siberian Cat Breeders in California
- Siberian Breeders Across the U.S.
List of Siberian Cat Breeders in California
|Siberian Cats California||California||214-989-6264||siberiancatscalifornia.com|
|Kunapaws Siberians||Southern California||661-588-8805||kunapawssiberians.com|
|Siberian Beauty||Los Angeles, California||NA||siberianbeauty.us|
|Siberian Ice Blue Angel||Manhattan Beach, California||703-677-2515||Siberian Ice Blue Angel Facebook Page|
|Lil Marvels Siberian Cattery||Orange, California||703-677-2515||lilmarvels.com|
Siberian Cats California
Address – California.
Tel – 214-989-6264
Contact email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – siberiancatscalifornia.com
Address – Southern California.
Tel – 661-588-8805
Contact email – email@example.com
Website – kunapawssiberians.com
Address – Los Angeles, California.
Tel – NA
Contact email – Via contact form on site.
Website – siberianbeauty.us
Siberian Ice Blue Angel
Address – Manhattan Beach, California.
Tel – 703-677-2515
Contact email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Website – Siberian Ice Blue Angel Facebook Page
Lil Marvels Siberian Cattery
Address – Orange, California.
Tel – 703-677-2515
Contact email – email@example.com
Website – lilmarvels.com
Siberian Cat Personality Traits
The main thing you need to be aware of with a Siberian kitten is that it’s going to grow up to be a big, strong, agile, cat. They will need access to some outdoor areas that are safe for cats and plenty of room indoors.
So, if you live in a small highrise apartment – sorry but they are going to be too much of a handful without lots of space.
I wouldn’t bring one into the home without having a cat tree designed to handle a large playful cat too. Siberians need somewhere to play, and this means scratch too, so if you want to protect your couch you better provide some cat furniture.
They are great with kids and other animals, so no concerns about them fitting in with a busy modern family. At the same time, however, they don’t demand a lot of attention and won’t spend a lot of time hanging out with you.
Siberians are also intelligent cats and need some mental stimulation. You will have hours of fun playing with them. Try using some interactive toys that challenge them a little, and you can even teach them a few basic tricks if you have a little patience.
Are Siberian Cats Really Hypoallergenic?
If you suffer from cat allergies you might be looking into Siberians because they are one of the most hypoallergenic breeds of cat.
There has been some controversy around how hypoallergenic cats are. I’ve read some articles that claim it’s a myth, while others will tell you that anyone suffering from allergies will be fine around a hypoallergenic cat breed.
The truth is that everyone will have a different reaction. But, the bottom line is that hypoallergenic cats and Siberians, in particular, will cause much less, if any allergic reactions.
If you suffer from allergies and want a cat the best thing you can do is spend some time around a Siberian and see how you feel. I’ve certainly spoken with at least two people who have allergies, own a Siberian, and have no reaction at all.
How Much Does a Siberian Cat Cost?
If you’re looking to adopt and give a loving home to an adult Siberian cat, good on you! There are always cats in need of homes, and I’m a big advocate for people looking to give a loving home to a cat that’s ended up without a family for some reason.
Price is going to vary a lot depending on the age and health of the cat, as well as where you’re buying them from. As a general rule, however, you can expect to pay between $500-$1,000 for a Siberian cat.
How Much Does a Siberian Kitten Cost?
As a rare and much sought after exotic breed, Siberians come with a high price tag – but you won’t find any owners that say they aren’t worth every penny!
You can expect to pay between $1,200-$2,000 for a Siberian kitten from a breeder.
Are Siberian Cats Good Pets?
Yes, I have to say that Siberians are excellent pets. You just need to be aware of what you’re getting into, and the breeder you’re getting a kitten from are best placed to answer all the questions you have.
In a nutshell. If you’re after a huge bundle of energy and fun, or more specifically if you are an allergy sufferer, a Siberian might just be a perfect choice.
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: