Are you looking for Siberian cat breeders in Ohio near you or in a surrounding area?
I’ve put together a list of breeders in the state of Ohio, from Canal Fulton to Dayton, to hopefully help you find the perfect kitty you’re looking for.
Whether you want a Siberian because you or someone in your family suffers from allergies, or you have just fallen in love with this magnificent breed – Siberians are a great choice.
As long as you have plenty of attention to give and are willing to brush them a couple of times a week, you’re going to have a new best friend.
Good luck with your search, I hope you find the perfect little Siberian!
Siberian Cat Breeders in Ohio | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Kriska Siberians||Northeast Ohio||NA||https://kriskasiberians.com/|
|Kuvik Siberians||Canal Fulton, Ohio||330-284-5992||http://www.kuviksiberians.com/|
|Winterlight Cattery||Southern Ohio||NA||https://winterlightcattery.com/|
|Echo Siberian Cats||NE Ohio||614-946-5054||http://www.echosibs.com/|
|Signature Siberians||Dayton, Ohio||937-672-1327||https://signaturesiberians.site/|
Address – Northeast Ohio
Phone – NA
Website – https://kriskasiberians.com/
Address – Canal Fulton, Ohio
Phone – 330-284-5992
Website – http://www.kuviksiberians.com/
Address – Southern Ohio
Phone – NA
Website – https://winterlightcattery.com/
Echo Siberian Cats
Address – NE Ohio
Phone – 614-946-5054
Website – http://www.echosibs.com/
Address – Dayton, Ohio
Phone – 937-672-1327
Website – https://signaturesiberians.site/
What It Means to Be TICA or CFA Certified
When deciding on a breeder, it’s always a good idea to do some of your own due diligence. After all, you’re going to be spending thousands of dollars and making an important decision.
There are two main things you can do to reassure yourself that a breeder is operating ethically and professionally are:
Look online for reviews – This isn’t always easy and will often come up short as a lot of breeders will not have that many previous customers.
Look for TICA or CFA certifications – The CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) and TICA (The International Cat Association) are professional organizations that oversee pedigree cats.
Any cattery or breeder that is a member of these organizations should be operating to a high standard.
You will almost certainly see them displaying their badges on their website if they’re members. You can always ask them, too, they will have heard of these organizations I’m sure.
How Much Should You Pay For a Siberian Cat?
Siberians are not cheap – and rightly so as they are rare, exotic, and magnificent cats.
As with a lot of pedigree cats, it’s hard to give you an accurate idea of cost as the price can vary by several thousand dollars.
That said, as a general guide, you can expect to pay between $1,500-$4,000. I looked at several breeders with price lists, and they all fell within this range.
Be prepared, as most breeders will ask that you give them a non-refundable deposit of several hundred dollars towards the cost.
This is normal as there are a lot of costs associated with caring for a new kitten and preparing it to be picked up and adopted.
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?
Siberian cats are good for allergy sufferers, Yes.
You may have seen them being sold as hypoallergenic, and there is certainly some truth to this.
The science behind why Siberian cats are better for allergy sufferers revolves around an allergen called FelD1 that cats produce.
It’s this allergen that causes allergic reactions in people with allergies. Siberians produce a much lower than average amount of FelD1, and as a result, allergy sufferers do not have the same reaction as they do with other cats.
It’s still very much dependent on the individual, and the cat. The level of FelD1 will vary, as will the severity of a person’s allergies.
If you are a sufferer, you should always try and spend some time around a Siberian before buying one to be on the safe side.
How Long Do Siberian Cats Live?
According to various sources, the average life expectancy of a Siberian cat is 10-12 years. It’s not uncommon to hear about them living to a good old age of 15-18 though.
Are Siberian Cats Good Family Pets?
Although a lot of people seek out Siberian cats because they are hypoallergenic, there is a long list of reasons why there are excellent family pets.
It’s the personality of a Siberian that wins most people over. They are friendly, intelligent, curious, and social.
If you’re after an independent house cat that you rarely interact with, Siberians are not for you.
They love human interaction, get on well with other animals, and will demand a lot of playtime while they’re still kittens.
They’re low maintenance and their coats are a lot easier to manage than they may look, too.
As long as you brush them a couple of times per week, which is more fun than it is a chore, their coats should stay in top condition.
So, if you’re after a fun, interactive, and playful kitten to become the latest member of your home, I recommend adopting a Siberian.
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