Sphynx Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Sphynx Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania

In this article, I’ve put together a list of Sphynx cat breeders in Pennsylvania to help you find the perfect new kitten to bring into your home.

Sphynx are magnificent, unique-looking cats. Of course, they’re known for being furless, but they are also intelligent, social, and fun family pets.

You have loads of options in Pennsylvania, there is a good chance you’ll find a Sphynx breeder near you.

Remember to always call around and ask plenty of questions of breeders before making a decision – but I’m sure you’ll find the perfect little kitten!

Sphynx Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania | Kittens & Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Destyny & CitizenKatPhiladelphia, PANAhttp://www.destynysphynx.com/
Bare NecesskittiesBryn Mawr, PANAhttps://pasphynx.com/
Brandi’s Bare Butt Babies Sphynx & BambinosBeaver Falls, PANAhttp://www.brandisbarebuttbabies.com/
Citizen KatPhiladelphia, PANAhttp://www.citizenkat.com/
Sunshine Kitty KatzWestern Pennsylvania412-461-9809http://sunshinekittykatz.com/
Bare Butt SphynxNorth East Pennsylvania610-588-7825https://barebuttsphynx.com/
Incatnito CatteryPottstown, PA484-919-6102http://www.incatnitosphynx.com/

Destyny & CitizenKat

Address – Philadelphia, PA

Phone – NA


Bare Necesskitties

Address – Bryn Mawr, PA

Phone – NA


Brandi’s Bare Butt Babies Sphynx & Bambinos

Address – Beaver Falls, PA

Phone – NA


Citizen Kat

Address – Philadelphia, PA

Phone – NA


Sunshine Kitty Katz

Address – Western Pennsylvania

Phone – 412-461-9809



Address – Pennsylvania

Phone – NA


Bare Butt Sphynx

Address – North East Pennsylvania

Phone – 610-588-7825


Incatnito Cattery

Address – Pottstown, PA

Phone – 484-919-6102


Some Tips When Choosing a Sphynx Breeder or Cattery

Looking for a Sphynx – or any pet for that matter – is an exciting time, but it can also feel a bit daunting.

As with anything, it helps to be prepared and to know what to expect.

I can’t tell you exactly what to expect as each breeder will handle things slightly differently. To help, here are some questions I suggest asking a breeder you want to adopt a from:

When will you be able to take the kitten home? – this is the most important question, right? You want to circle a day in the calendar when you’ll be bringing your new kitten home.

Generally speaking, kittens are at least 14 weeks old before they are removed from their mothers.

What vaccinations will the kitten have? – by 14 weeks of age, the kitten will probably have been vaccinated twice against various diseases.

It’s very important, however, that you know exactly what vaccinations it had and if there are any further vaccinations you will need to give them.

When will you get the paperwork? – the last thing most new kitten owners are thinking about is contracts and paperwork.

Contracts and legal rights are important though, and you will also need to know how to register your Sphynx as a pedigree.

How Much Do Sphynx Cats Cost?

The cost of a pedigree, exotic, and rare cats typically varies a lot based on the pedigree, characteristics, and so on.

To give you a general idea though, I looked at the prices listed by several catteries. It looks like Sphynx cats are almost always in the $1,500-$4,000 range.

Cats on the more expensive end tend to be well-bred or crossbreeds like Minskins and Bambinos (these are crosses between a Sphynx and the short-legged Munchkin!)

Two things to be aware of when buying pedigree cats; the first is to make sure you know the exact total cost before signing on the dotted line.

The other is that you’ll have to put down a large non-refundable deposit. Breeders have to cover the costs of raising your kitten for the first 14 or so weeks, so this is understandable!

Are Sphynx Cats Good Family Pets?

Let’s be honest, the main reason most of us get a Sphynx is that their hairless appearance is so unique.

You’ll also be happy to hear that they’re more than just naked cats, they’re actually awesome family pets.

Sphynxes have very strong outgoing, friendly, and social personalities. They love being around people and are fine if you have young kids and other pets.

They can be quite vocal, so expect a greeting when you come home or if it’s feeding time. But I wouldn’t exactly put them in the ‘noisy’ category.

You do have to take into account that they do not have a nice warm coat on like other cats – they really are basically naked.

I’m not sure you would want to let your Sphynx outdoors, not many people do. But they certainly are not outdoor cats anyway.

They’re prone to sunburn in the summer, and easily get too cold in the winter. A happy medium is a nice warm home and plenty of warm spots to sleep and blankets.

Some owners even put them in clothes. If you get your Sphynx used to this from an early age they tend to take to it really well.

So, if you’re looking for a curious and fun cat to add to your home – who just happens to be hairless – then a Sphynx is a perfect choice.

Please keep in mind that any breed characteristics are general. Every cat has its own unique personality – that’s one of the things that’s so lovable about cats! 

Find Sphynx Breeders Near You

If you couldn’t find a Sphynx breeder or cattery from the list above able to help, you can find listings for other Sphynx breeders from different states across the U.S. by clicking the links below:

MissouriNevadaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOhioOklahomaOregon
PennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexas

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