Siberian Cat Breeders in Texas [2023 Listings]

Siberian Cat Breeders in Texas

Looking for Siberian cat breeders in Texas to find a new addition for your home?

I’ve put together a list of Siberian cat breeders covering the state of Texas to help save you time. I must add, I’m slightly envious of you. Siberians are truly beautiful looking cats and awesome to interact with.

I hope you find what you’re looking for. If this list needs updating, or you’re a Siberian breeder – feel free to contact me and I’ll update the list.

List of Siberian Cat Breeders in Texas

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Katlina Siberians KittensDallas,
Katzanova SiberiansWeslaco,
Morning Star SiberiansWaco,
MunchRanch SiberiansEustace,
QuiVive Siberian Forest CatsSan Antonio,
Solacefarm SiberiansDallas,
Spellbound Siberian CatsNorth
Kotyonok SiberiansSouth

Katlina Siberians Kittens

Address – Dallas, Texas

Tel – 214-989-6264

Contact email[email protected]


Katzanova Siberians

Address – Weslaco, Texas

Tel – 956-509-5165

Contact email[email protected]


Morning Star Siberians

Address – Waco, Texas

Tel – 806-471-3548

Contact email[email protected]


MunchRanch Siberians

Address – Eustace, Texas

Tel – 903-887-6378

Contact email[email protected]


QuiVive Siberian Forest Cats

Address – San Antonio, Texas

Tel – 210-275-3462

Contact email[email protected]


Solacefarm Siberians

Address – Dallas, Texas

Tel – NA

Contact email[email protected]


Spellbound Siberian Cats

Address – North Texas

Tel – 214-709-6257

Contact email[email protected]


Kotyonok Siberians

Address – South Texas

Tel – 210-648-4743

Contact email[email protected]


What Are Siberian Cats Like?

How Much Do Siberian Cats Cost

Siberian cats are on the larger end of the feline size spectrum. They can grow up to be around 15-17lbs and 30cm tall. That’s a big cat!

They have spectacular coats, and at first glance are often mistaken for Maine Coons or Norweigan Forest Cats. The main differences are their tufted ears and neck ruff, and a rounder body and head.

Their coats do require a lot of brushing (here are the best brushes for long-haired cats) and you’re going to have to deal with shedding, but it’s worth it. Interestingly they are often referred to as a “Hypoallergenic cat breed”, and you’ll see some of the breeders on this page advertising that. But a lot of pet experts disagree over this point.

Being a huge, athletic, and intelligent breed, you’ll need plenty of space and some quality cat furniture to keep them entertained. In return, they will give you endless entertainment, love, and affection back.

They’re great with kids, other pets, and all that comes with a busy household. Just as they are with acres of space to roam around and explore.

Siberians are one of the more sought after exotic breeds. I’ve seen that demand creates an increase in kittens being offered for sale, so please always do your due diligence before buying one.

Ask plenty of questions of the breeder about the kitten’s history, health guarantee, their experience, and so on.

How Much Do Siberian Kittens Cost?

As I already discussed, you should only be buying a Siberian from a certified breeder. You can expect to pay between $1,200-$2,000.

How Much Do Siberian Cats Cost?

If you want to adopt an older Siberian cat you can expect to pay less than you would for a kitten. You’re giving a home to a cat in need too, so that’s an awesome thing to do.

Most of the adult Siberians I’ve seen looking for a new home are in the $500-$1,000 range. Obviously, age, location, history, and some other factors can make a big difference to the price.

Do Siberians Make Good Pets?

Yes, they do. These gentle giants with a cute puffy face love being around other people.

As long as you can provide some interesting and challenging obstacles and provide some nice perches up high for them to explore and sit on observing the world – you’ll have a loyal friend.

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They do require a little more attention than some other breeds, so keep that in mind if everyone is out of the home all day. If you’re after a smaller, lower maintenance cat, I recommend checking out the Munchkin cat breeders in Texas.

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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