Siberian Cat Breeders in Florida | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Siberian Cat Breeders in Florida

Live in Florida and have your heart set on a Siberian kitten? This list of Siberian cat breeders in Florida 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 Florida | Kittens & Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Reigning CatsWest Coast of Florida NA
Siberian Cats and Siberian KittensPort Orange, FL 32127 386-761-8737
Siberian Tampa CatteryTampa, FL757-407-0588
Arctic Eclipse SiberiansFlorida352-263-6017
Silverwood Siberian KittensGreen Cove Springs, Florida207-337-1288
Nicholas-Siberians FloridaWest Melbourne, Florida 32904321-537-3354
Siberian Life CatteryTampa, FLNA
Angel’s Joy Siberian CatteryTampa Bay area, FloridaNA
FL Sunshine SiberiansSaint Augustine, FloridaNA

Reigning Cats

Address – West Coast of Florida

Phone – NA


Siberian Cats and Siberian Kittens

Address – Port Orange, FL 32127

Phone – 386-761-8737


Siberian Tampa Cattery

Address – Tampa, FL

Phone – 757-407-0588


Arctic Eclipse Siberians

Address – Florida

Phone – 352-263-6017


Silverwood Siberian Kittens

Address – Green Cove Springs, Florida

Phone – 207-337-1288


Nicholas-Siberians Florida

Address – West Melbourne, Florida 32904

Phone – 321-537-3354


Siberian Life Cattery

Address – Tampa, FL

Phone – NA


Angel’s Joy Siberian Cattery

Address – Tampa Bay area, Florida

Phone – NA


FL Sunshine Siberians

Address – Saint Augustine, Florida

Phone – NA


What TICA and CFA Certifications Mean

It’s not a deal-breaker, but if you want extra peace of mind that a breeder is operating an ethical and professional business, you should check if they’re either TICA or CFA certified.

Here is a brief overview of what being a member of these organizations means:

TICA (The International Cat Association) – TICA is the world’s largest genetic registry of pedigreed cats.

For a breeder or cattery to be TICA certified, they have to meet some strict requirements. Cats that are TICA registered also have to be verified as being true pedigrees.

CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) – Established in 1906, the CFA is the largest North American registry of pedigree cats.

Breeders register new kittens with the CFA to keep a record of their lineage. The CFA also provides support and a wide range of helpful information, so it’s worth checking out their resources.

How Much Are Siberian Cats?

There is a long list of things that can affect the price of a Siberian, so it’s almost impossible to give you an accurate estimate.

That said, I looked at 10 popular breeders, and taking into account their pricing it’s fair to say you can expect to pay somewhere in the range of $1,500-$4,000.

Something to look out for are breeders that charge a lot more for cats with low Fel D1 allergens or show quality pedigree.

If you just want a Siberian as a housepet on a budget, it’s worth calling around and making this clear to breeders.

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!

Are Siberians Really Hypoallergenic Cats?

One of the reasons a lot of people want Siberians is because they’re advertised as being ‘hypoallergenic’.

Although this hasn’t been scientifically proven, there is some truth to this. It’s a known fact that Siberians produce low allergen FelD1, which is a glycoprotein that cats produce.

It’s this compound that causes allergic reactions in some people. Simply put; the higher the FelD1 allergen level in a cat, the more severe the allergic reaction someone will have.

Some types of Siberian are known to produce even lower amounts, like the Neva Masquerade. This is something you should discuss with a breeder based on your own allergies.

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?

Native to the Taiga of Siberia and referred to as a “Russian treasure”, you may assume that Siberian cats are happier in colder climates and with relative solitude.

This really couldn’t be further from the truth.

Siberians are a very social and affectionate breed and are extremely playful and curious as kittens.

They prefer busier households for these reasons, so they’re not ideal if you’re going to be out at work all day.

Siberians are intelligent and will get bored easily. When cats get bored that’s when they tend to get mischievous or damage things, so that’s something to keep in mind.

They’re big cats weighing around 8-17 lbs full grown, and have magnificent coats. You’ll need to brush your cat a couple of times a week, but that’s more of a bonding session than a chore.

So, if you’re after a hypoallergenic, large, mild-natured cat with a big personality – I think a Siberian is 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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