Siamese cat breeders massachusetts
Hello, my name is Jennifer, a pet owner myself and I love my cats, but, I’m looking to the best and brightest breeders, as I like to call them, to come forward and offer me and my daughter information to start our own breeders home, and I would really appreciate any and all information from any breeder you’d like to give me to help me in my selection. Thank you and have a nice day!
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Hi Jennifer, my name is Sue and I am the owner of a breeding stud cat. I wish to make contact with you about breeding cats. I have owned many Siamese over the last 35 years and a few are still alive. I have the first Siamese in England, first in Australia and most notably, the first on record in America. I also have a Siamese boy of which has a sister and several brothers. If you like I can email photos to you or you can see one or both at anytime. My email is: [email protected] yahoo. com or go to my website: www. sueshinebreeders.com
I have many other cats on offer as I have several stud lines of cats. So call me anytime on 07954-038991. Regards, Sue –
Hi Sue, thanks for your kind offer to help me out but I’m not sure you would be able to help. I’m a new breeder of Cornish crosses and I have four litters now and need some quality cats from good breeders who I can breed up my best dogs to. If I could look at some of your beautiful cats it would be really helpful. You have a great website and I’m sorry to have spammed your e-mail but I think your cats are beautiful.
I look forward to hearing from you in due course, kindest regards, Claire –
I am contacting you in regards to my beloved Cat, named Lucy, who has been living with me for the past year. She is an amazing feline and I will miss her very much when she finally passes.
I would like to see the best way to breed Lucy to produce the best result. I currently have a 1.5yr old Male cat, called Max that I plan to take into the breeding line also.
I am in need of experienced cat breeders, as I have no real experience of cat breeding. I am a very passionate and intelligent animal lover.
I would like to know if there is a good breeder around North London, preferably South London.
There is the chance I may start my own breeding line so I need someone who can supply me with good quality cats of my very own.
I would like to have a litter of at least 5, one from each couple as I prefer to make sure that all cats have a good temperament, although I do understand that there are differences with the various breeds of cat.
I want my cats to be healthy, happy and affectionate.
Thank you for your time, Kind Regards, Claire –
Hi Claire, thanks for the message but unfortunately I can’t help you with your cat breeding and have only got two stud lines on this site. It seems to me you’ve had a lucky start already with a lovely cat called Lucy – I love all your lovely Lucy photos. I think your best bet is to find a registered breeder near you who can guide you through the breeding process.
How do I get into a breeding kitty? My kitty, Lucy is 4 years old and at the moment, she’s a pure-bred black cat (a Siamese). I’m not sure about any breeders, because they said there was no show that would have her, because she was too white. I did ask them if I could have her but they said that my cat wouldn’t be suitable for breeding purposes. Please, help! I’m not sure if my cat is pure Siamese, because I don’t think she has a white paw.
Hi Sarah, thanks for the message. I would not really suggest buying a cat for breeding purposes, especially since you’ve now got one that you love. To start with, you should ask yourself whether this is really something that you want to do. If you can’t think of a reason why you want to do it, then I would certainly leave Lucy where she is. A Siamese cat like Lucy is considered a show cat and therefore you may have to go to a show to find one. This does have a certain appeal and a good home may be found for it. You will need to do some work though to prepare your cat for breeding and also to make sure that the cat you have is truly a Siamese. That’s a very in depth topic and it’s not something I can cover here, although I can advise you on preparing your cat for showing – that can be found here: http://www.clairehous.com/cat-show/cat-breeding-how-to-pre-purchase-a-cat.
I have been thinking of getting another cat. The older one died over a year ago and I’ve felt a little bereft since, especially since we have a large number of birds. I think getting a cat is a good idea, but I’m also wondering if it is wise to get another cat to breed? I feel I’m not experienced enough for that!
Hi Anna, thank you for your message. It’s a decision that you have to make on your own and I wouldn’t wish to make a definite statement on it without you having done your research. I think that one of the main considerations will be how comfortable you feel with a new cat. If you don’t feel comfortable with a new cat, it may be better to leave Lucy where she is.
If you do decide to get a cat, it’s a good idea to research cats online, to see what you can find out about them. You may want to visit some of the cat shows to get a better sense of what you might be getting yourself into.
Thanks, Claire! I’ve had a cat now for about six months. My previous cat used to bully my new dog but my new cat is very, very different! She is very gentle, even with him. I also need to get to a vet about this because my cat needs more than I’m giving her. I agree that research is really important and so are cat shows. We’ll be in London next year for a cat show but I’ve no idea where it is! It’s just north of the M40.
Well I certainly agree that if a cat bully your dog, he needs a much larger family and you should consider whether having 2 big, big dogs and 2 catty little sisters might be more stressful for you and your family than having 2 catty little sisters and 2 big big dogs.