Siberian Cat Breeders in Connecticut | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Siberian Cat Breeders in Connecticut

Live in Connecticut and have your heart set on a Siberian kitten? This list of Siberian cat breeders in Connecticut I’ve put together should help you find your perfect kitten!

Finding a rare or exotic breed like a Siberian is not something to take lightly – in fact, adopting any cat or household pet is a big deal.

Siberians come with a high price tag though, so it’s important you’re sure you’re dealing with a reputable breeder.

Therefore, it’s important you reach out to breeders and ask plenty of questions before making a decision.

I’ve also included links to some additional resources you might find useful if you scroll further, as well as covering some of the basics you need to know about Siberian cats.

Good luck, may you find the perfect little Siberian kitty!

Siberian Cat Breeders in Connecticut | Kittens & Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Nicholas-SiberiansBethlehem, Connecticut203-592-9711
Whispurrs CatteryOxford, ConnecticutNA
WinterBlue Cats CatteryStamford, CT203-274-6946
Aurora Siberians CatteryStamford, CT203-912-0323
Siberian Cats of CTStamford, CT203-322-7440
Siberian Wonder CatteryMeriden, CTNA


Address – Bethlehem, Connecticut 06751

Phone – 203-592-9711


Whispurrs Cattery

Address – Oxford, Connecticut

Phone – NA


WinterBlue Cats Cattery

Address – Stamford, CT

Phone – 203-274-6946


Aurora Siberians Cattery

Address – Stamford, CT

Phone – 203-912-0323


Siberian Cats of CT

Address – Stamford, CT

Phone – 203-322-7440


Siberian Wonder Cattery

Address – Meriden, CT

Phone – NA


What It Means to Be TICA or CFA Certified

You may have heard of or seen logos for the CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) or TICA (The International Cat Association) when viewing a breeders website.

These two organizations are registries for pedigree cats and also hold catteries and breeders to high standards.

Not every breeder will be a member of either of these organizations, and it’s not a requirement by any means.

But it does show that they are dedicated to operating an ethical and professional business and that they are registering their cats.

Essentially it’s added peace of mind. You’re going to be spending a lot of money on your Siberian, so you do have to do some due diligence.

Another thing you can do to reassure yourself that you’re dealing with a trustable breeder is to look for reviews online.

It’s not always easy to find reviews from happy customers, but it’s something you should at least look into.

How Much Do Siberian Cats Cost?

Being a rare and exotic breed, Siberians from reputable breeders are expensive.

The price can vary a lot depending on the Pedigree of a cat and many other factors, so it’s hard to give you an accurate price.

Generally speaking, you are likely to pay in the $1,500-$4,000 range. Also, be prepared as most breeders require a pretty big non-refundable deposit.

It’s always a good idea to call more than one breeder if possible. The more options you have, the better price you should find for the cat you’re looking for.

Additional Resources for Siberian Cat Owners

Bringing home your first Siberian is an exciting – and slightly anxious – time. You really have nothing to worry about though, Siberians are easy to care for.

To help out, I thought I’d share a few online resources that might come in handy:

Siberian cats on Reddit – Some people love it, some hate it – but there is no denying that Reddit has one of the largest online communities.

It’s worth dropping into this subreddit, you might make some new friends, you can swap some cute pictures, and get some of your questions answered. – If you were not able to find a kitten or a breeder you wanted to work with from the list above, why not consider adopting a Siberian?

Adoptapet is one of – if not the – largest websites aggregating data from thousands of shelters and rescues. You might just find your perfect companion waiting to meet you there!

Why Siberians Are Good for Allergy Sufferers

I’m sure you’ve heard that Siberians are one of the few breeds of cats that are hypoallergenic.

This is in fact true, although I have to point out that it still comes down to the severity of the individual’s allergies and the cat.

The science behind this is that there is an allergen called FelD1 that causes allergies. Cats produce this allergen when they groom themselves and it easily becomes airborne.

Siberians are known to produce much fewer amounts of FelD1, but they do not produce 0% of this allergen.

Everyone I’ve spoken to with allergies has been fine around Siberians, but I thought it was still worth mentioning that.

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:

MissouriNevadaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOhioOklahomaOregon
Pennsylvania South CarolinaTennesseeTexas
US Breeders
Canadian Breeders

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