Live in North Carolina and have your heart set on finding a Siberian kitten near you? This list of Siberian cat breeders in North Carolina will help.
Buying any pet is a big deal. Buying a rare and exotic breed like a Siberian cat is something to take seriously.
Siberians are available in various colors and patterns, so do make sure you do your due diligence and call around more than one breeder if possible.
I’ve also included some additional resources that I think will come in handy, good luck with your search!
- Siberian Cat Breeders in North Carolina | Kittens & Cats for Sale
- Doing Due Diligence and Looking for TICA and CFA Certifications
- How Much Do Siberian Cats Cost?
- Are Siberians Vocal or Noisy?
- Are Siberians Really Hypoallergenic Cats?
- Do Siberian Cats Make For Good Family Pets?
- Siberian Breeders Across the U.S.
Siberian Cat Breeders in North Carolina | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Little Siberians LLC||Chapel Hill, NC 27516||703-334-1810||http://www.littlesiberiansllc.com/|
|Russian Siberian Hypoallergenic Cats||Pfafftown, NC||NA||https://hypoallergenicats.com/|
|Ann’s Green Gables Siberians||Huntington, WV (serves North Carolina)||304-638-2360||https://annsgreengablessiberians.com/|
|Carolina Siberians||North Carolina||919-601-9979||Facebook Page|
Little Siberians LLC
Address – Chapel Hill, NC 27516
Phone – 703-334-1810
Website – http://www.littlesiberiansllc.com/
Russian Siberian Hypoallergenic Cats
Address – Pfafftown, NC
Phone – NA
Website – https://hypoallergenicats.com/
Ann’s Green Gables Siberians
Address – Huntington, WV (serves North Carolina)
Phone – 304-638-2360
Website – https://annsgreengablessiberians.com/
Address – North Carolina
Phone – 919-601-9979
Website – Facebook Page
Doing Due Diligence and Looking for TICA and CFA Certifications
Buying a Siberian cat is a big deal, buying any cat or pet is for that matter. It makes sense to do some due diligence before rushing into a decision.
When deciding on a breeder you want to buy from, a couple of things I recommend doing are:
Looking online for reviews from previous customers – This is not always easy to find, as they may not have many previous customers and not many people go out of their way to leave a review somewhere.
Looking for professional certifications – Two of the professional certifications breeders and catteries can obtain are from The CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) and TICA (The International Cat Association).
It doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t work with a breeder if they’re not affiliated with any professional organizations, it’s just added peace of mind.
Ultimately, you need to be as comfortable as you can be that you’re buying a kitten from a breeder you trust.
How Much Do Siberian Cats Cost?
As a rare pedigree, Siberian cats come with a high price tag. But they are worth every penny!
There are a lot of factors that contribute to the price of a Siberian. However, looking at a few breeder websites you’re looking to pay somewhere in the range of $1,500-$4,000.
If you’re considering a Siberian because you have allergies, there are some variations that have even lower allergens but they might come with a higher price.
This along with the other requirements you have is something to discuss with a breeder to get a more accurate idea of how much you’ll have to pay.
Are Siberians Vocal or Noisy?
If you’re concerned about having a noisy cat, you needn’t be.
Siberians are loud purrers, and they make the occasional trilling or happy noise, but they’re not known to meow much.
They love hunting and are good mousers and will make those ‘chatting’ noises at birds looking out of a window, too.
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.
Do Siberian Cats Make For Good Family Pets?
Siberian cats really are one of the best family pets, yes.
Of course, it depends on what type of household you have and exactly what you’re looking for in a cat.
Personality-wise, Siberians are social, friendly, intelligent, and playful cats. They’re a handful as kittens (in a good way), and love exploring and hunting as adults.
Something to take into account is that Siberians are not very independent cats, they do enjoy having people and other pets around.
Despite having thick coats, they’re easy to care for. All you need to do is give them a brush a couple of times a week to keep tangles and matting at bay.
When you do this from an early age it’s more fun and a way to bond than it is a chore.
Personally, I’m a huge fan and can’t say enough good things about Siberians. It’s your decision though, so do think it over carefully and speak with some breeders if you have any doubts.
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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