Excited Cats advocates for adopting before shopping, though we fully understand there are many reasons for seeking a breeder. So, we encourage it to be done the right way. We have not personally visited or investigated all of the breeders below. We have put the top-recommended all in one place for you to get in touch and make the best decision for you. .
Siamese cats are regal and intelligent and make great companion animals. They’re the perfect addition to large families, and their haughty appearance belies their friendly, attention-seeking nature. They come in various colors and patterns, such as applehead, seal, lynx, flame, blue, lilac, and snowshoe. Point and bicolor are traditional patterns for the breed.
There aren’t many Siamese breeders based in Nevada, but along with breeders in neighboring states that don’t mind shipping their kittens, we found a few Siamese cats available from rescues. Just remember to take adopted animals to a vet for a full health check-up!
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Siamese Kittens for Sale Las Vegas
1. Purrsia Cattery
- Las Vegas, NV
Purrsia Cattery breeds Oriental Shorthair, Siamese, and Russian Peterbald cats. Having been in business since 1984, they’re familiar with the breed standards and use their experience to focus on breeding healthy cats.
Purrsia Cattery is registered by all associations, including the International Cat Association (TICA), and it breeds intelligent and affectionate Siamese cats in various colors, including bicolor points. They hold themselves to high standards and believe in quality over quantity to ensure the safety of their cats.
When they leave for your home, the kittens are 12–16 weeks old and fully socialized. Purrsia Cattery also flies kittens overseas and searches for homes for their retired breeding cats that are 2–3 years old.
Siamese Kitten Breeders Near Nevada
1. GeishaGolls Siamese
- Salt Lake City, UT
Established in 1987, GeishaGolls Siamese specializes in show-quality Siamese in all four traditional colors: seal point, lilac point, chocolate point, and lilac point.
They sell their kittens with a Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA)-registered pedigree, along with a complimentary CFA health insurance plan for 30 days. A gift bag filled with toys and treats for your kitten, 1-year phone or email support, and a health guarantee is also part of their policy for all owners.
Although they’re not based in Nevada, GeishaGolls is more than happy to make travel arrangements to get your new family member to you.
2. Tresor Cats
- Citrus Heights, CA
Based in Citrus Heights, California, Tresor Cats breeds Old-Style Siamese and Balinese cats. Although their priority is serving the San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland areas, they offer a shipping service for a fee.
Tresor is CFA, TICA, and Cat Fanciers’ Federation-registered, and they specialize in applehead Siamese, also known as “Old-Style” or Thai. They test all their cats for feline leukemia virus and feline immunodeficiency virus and sell their kittens with written health guarantees and sales contracts.
Their kittens are vaccinated and dewormed before purchase, with a spay/neuter clause in the contract to prevent pet overpopulation. With the safety of their kittens in mind, Tresor Cats screens all prospective buyers to ensure that their cats will match with their new families.
Siamese Rescue Kittens For Adoption in Nevada
1. Nevada Siamese Rescue
Dedicated to helping abandoned Siamese cats of all ages, Nevada Siamese Rescue lists Siamese cats available for adoption in and around Nevada. The site shows how many Siamese are available in other states, too.
As a referral service, they work with third-party rescues and cannot screen the animals posted to their site or the people who use it. There’s also no certainty when there will be Siamese cats available in your area or how old they’ll be.
2. Adopt A Pet.com
As a rescue site, Adopt A Pet allows people searching for Siamese cats to adopt from rescues in their state or elsewhere. Based online, they can’t vouch for the rescues that use their site or the treatment the cats available for adoption have received.
Try to visit rescues in person when looking for a Siamese or another pet.
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