Looking for Siberian cat breeders in Minnesota to find a new Siberian kitten? Or, maybe you want a full-grown cat?
Either way, I’ve put together a list of breeders specializing in Siberian cats in the state of Minnesota to help you with your search.
A lot of people want a Siberian because they are hypoallergenic and cause very few, if any allergic reactions, but they’re much more than that.
Siberians are intelligent, curious, have big personalities, and are awesome family pets – I wish you good luck finding your perfect kitty!
Siberian Cat Breeders in Minnesota | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Crystal Siberians||Mankato, MN||507-340-6809||https://crystalsiberians.com/|
|Skye Blue Siberians||Central Minnesota||NA||http://www.skyebluesiberians.com/|
|Ne Mine Feline||Burnsville, MN||952-688-8990||https://maharg12.wixsite.com/|
|Jenericatz Siberian Kittens||Crookston, Minnesota||NA||https://jenericatz.weebly.com/|
|Tunie’s Siberians||Grove Heights, MN||651-353-8232||https://tuniessiberians.com/|
Address – Minnesota
Phone – NA
Website – https://deedlebugsiberians.com/
Address – Mankato, MN
Phone – 507-340-6809
Website – https://crystalsiberians.com/
Skye Blue Siberians
Address – Central Minnesota
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.skyebluesiberians.com/
Ne Mine Feline
Address – Burnsville, MN
Phone – 952-688-8990
Website – https://maharg12.wixsite.com/
Jenericatz Siberian Kittens
Address – Crookston, Minnesota
Phone – NA
Website – https://jenericatz.weebly.com/
Address – Grove Heights, MN 55076
Phone – 651-353-8232
Website – https://tuniessiberians.com/
What TICA and CFA Certifications Mean
Not all breeders are certified or registered with TICA or the CFA, but it does give added peace of mind if they are.
Both of these organizations are genetic registries. They also promote ethical and strict business practices for catteries and breeders.
For a brief overview of what these organizations mean:
CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) – The CFA has been around since 1906 and is committed to the promotion and improvement of CFA-recognized breeds of cats.
They provide loads of resources to help out breeders, as well as registering cats and keeping a record of their pedigree.
TICA (The International Cat Association) – TICA has been around since 1979 and recognizes 73 breeds of cats for championship competitions.
They also provide resources, hold some awesome cat shows, hold a register of pedigree cats, and much more.
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.
Some Additional Siberian Cat Resources
If you were not able to find what you’re looking for from the breeders above – or maybe you just want to adopt a cat in need of a home – I recommend checking out Adoptapet.com.
Adoptapet is one of the largest online resources for cats in shelters, rescues, and catteries across the country looking for a new home.
It’s surprising how often you see rare breeds, too, so it’s worth taking a look.
Another resource I wanted to share is the subreddit for Siberian cat owners. I know how daunting, and exciting, it feels to bring home such a special breed of cat.
Sometimes it helps to connect with other owners. You can share pictures, stories, and ask any questions you have no matter how silly they are.
Are Siberian Cats Good for Allergy Sufferers?
One of the main reasons a lot of people start considering a Siberian cat it’s because they are marketed as hypoallergenic.
It’s true too, in the fact that a lot of allergy sufferers can be around Siberians without having a reaction.
The reason is because the allergen cats produce that causes reactions, which is called FelD1, is produced in a lower concentration by Siberians.
They do still produce this allergen, however, so some sufferers do still experience an allergic reaction. Albeit a much milder one, if at all.
If you’re buying a Siberian because you or someone else in your household are allergic to cats, I recommend spending some time with a Siberian before committing just to be sure.
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:
Image credits – Header photo by Elsa Noblet on Unsplash