In this article, I’ve put together a list of Siberian cat breeders in Oregon to help you find a new Siberian kitten.
There are a number of reputable breeders in the state of Oregon specializing in Siberians, you have some good options.
Remember to always do your own due diligence, I cannot personally vouch for any of these breeders.
What I can tell you is that Siberians are great family cats. They’re friendly, have big personalities, enjoy both the indoors and outdoors and love interacting with us.
Good luck with your search for a new addition to your home!
Siberian Cat Breeders in Oregon | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Wintermist Siberian Cattery||Newberg, Oregon||503-869-4231||http://www.wintermistsiberians.com/|
|Rozhenitsa Siberian Cattery||Oregon||541-733-8206||http://www.rozhenitsa.com/|
|Forest Star Siberians||Gresham, OR||503-849-7199||https://www.foreststarsiberians.com/|
|Militza Siberians||Portland, OR||NA||http://www.militzasiberians.com/|
|Lundberg Siberians||Stayton, OR||NA||http://lundbergsiberians.com/|
Wintermist Siberian Cattery
Address – Newberg, Oregon
Phone – 503-869-4231
Website – http://www.wintermistsiberians.com/
Rozhenitsa Siberian Cattery
Address – Oregon
Phone – 541-733-8206
Website – http://www.rozhenitsa.com/
Forest Star Siberians
Address – Gresham, OR
Phone – 503-849-7199
Website – https://www.foreststarsiberians.com/
Address – Portland, OR
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.militzasiberians.com/
Address – Stayton, OR
Phone – NA
Website – http://lundbergsiberians.com/
Looking Out for TICA and CFA Certifications
Some breeders and catteries are registered or certified with either the CFA (The Cat Fanciers’ Association) or TICA (The International Cat Association).
Both of these organizations are registries for pedigree cats, and they also promote good ethical business practices.
It doesn’t mean a breeder can’t be trusted if they’re not registered with either of these organizations, but it’s certainly added peace of mind.
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.
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?
Siberian cats are often marketed as hypoallergenic and perfect for people with allergies – and this is true.
When someone is allergic to cats, it’s because cats produce an allergen called FelD1. This allergen becomes airborne when cats groom themselves and they create dander.
Siberians produce a much lower amount of FelD1 compared with other breeds, this is what makes them ‘hypoallergenic’.
Some people who are allergic to cats do not experience any allergic reactions living with Siberians at all.
It’s still possible to have a reaction though and depends on the individual. Some breeders specialize in Siberians that have very low FelD1, if you suffer from allergies you should discuss this before making a decision.
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?
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 time for playing while they’re 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:
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