Looking for Siberian cat breeders in Utah 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 Utah 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 Utah | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Siberian Cats of Utah Nadeijda Cattery||Utah||801-830-2759||https://siberiannadeijdacattery.com/|
|Olympus Utah Siberians||Cedar Hills, Utah||801-420-1825||https://utahsiberians.com/|
Siberian Cats of Utah Nadeijda Cattery
Address – Utah
Phone – 801-830-2759
Website – https://siberiannadeijdacattery.com/
Address – Utah
Phone – 801-358-5155
Website – https://www.utahsiberiancats.com/
Olympus Utah Siberians
Address – Cedar Hills, Utah
Phone – 801-420-1825
Website – https://utahsiberians.com/
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 Do Siberian Cats Cost?
Siberians are a fairly rare, exotic breed, so it’s no surprise that they come with a pretty high price tag – but they’re worth every penny!
It’s hard to give you an idea how much you’re going to have to pay, there are so many factors that influence the price of Siberian.
As a general rule of thumb, however, you can expect to pay somewhere in the range of $1,500-$4,000.
If you’re buying a Siberian because you want a hypoallergenic cat, some variations are better than others.
Make sure you discuss this with a breeder, although this is something that can also hike the price up a little.
Siberian Cat Resources
Chances are, you’re in the process of finding your first Siberian cat. So, I thought I would include a couple of resources that might come in handy.
The subreddit for Siberian cats is pretty active. It’s a great place to meet other owners that will be just as – or more enthusiastic – than you are.
You can share pictures, ask questions, and find out little nuggets of information about Siberians from real owners.
If you were not able to find a breeder near you or with a litter upcoming, then you might want to check out Adoptapet.com.
Adoptapet is an online resource where shelters, rescues, and private owners list cats in need of rehoming.
It’s worth taking a look to see if there is a Siberian near you in need of a new home. It’s hard not to fall in love with a cat looking for a new family!
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.
Average Lifespan of a Siberian Cat
Siberian cats have an average lifespan of 10-12 years. They are hardy, healthy cats, generally speaking, with the only congenital disease listed as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM).
If you meet all of their needs and provide a quality feed, you shouldn’t be surprised if your cat brings you joy for 15-18 years.
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:
Image credits – Header photo by Elsa Noblet on Unsplash