Siberian Cat Breeders in Minnesota

Siberian Cat Breeders in Minnesota

If you live in Minnesota and you’re trying to adopt a Siberian kitten or cat, your best choice is to go to a Siberian cat breeder.  These are people who specialize in the breed and really understand their personality traits and how to care for them.

Finding a Siberian cat breeder in Minnesota can be difficult, but we’ve done all of the hard work for you.  We’ve spent hours researching to find all of the different Siberian cat breeders in Minnesota and you can find our full list below.

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BREEDER NAME

CITY

WEBSITE URL

CONTACT BREEDER

Tunies Siberian Forest Cats

Inver Grove Heights

TuniesSiberians.com

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Deedlebugs Siberians

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DeedlebugSiberians.com

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Lakeland Siberians

Prior Lake

LakelandSiberians.com

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Crystal Siberians

Mankato

CrystalSiberians.com

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Skye Blue Siberians

N/A

SkyeBlueSiberians.com

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Windrifter Siberians

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WindrifterSiberians.com

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Be Mine Feline

Burnsville

maharg12.wix.com/BeMineFeline

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Jenericatz

Crookston

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Tunies Siberian Forest Cats

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: We are a small, home based cattery. All our cats are live with us and they are part of our family and we love them very much! Our Kittens are raised with love, kindness and are extremely well socialized with adults as well as children. Our cats and kittens only receive the best possible care and diet.

Location: Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota
Website: TuniesSiberians.com

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 651-353-8232

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Deedlebugs Siberians

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: My mission is not to produce the most kittens, not to have the most sales, but rather to do this well, to do the best job I can for my cats, my kittens and my kitten buyers. I work closely with several breeders in my state of Minnesota, as well as a few other states, to share information, educate and be of support to one another.

Location: N/A
Website: DeedlebugSiberians.com

Facebook Page: N/A

Associations: TICA
Phone Number: N/A

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Lakeland Siberians

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: We are a small family-owned, home-based, clean cattery. Our cats come from champion blood lines of grandparents direct from Russia with our newest male OGONEK direct from Moscow, Russia. We want to help people with allergies to regular cats and breed so people with an allergy to regular cats can enjoy a cat in their home. We do not breed if there is no demand.

Location: Prior Lake, Minnesota
Website: LakelandSiberians.com

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 612-805-1452

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Crystal Siberians

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: We are Crystal Siberians, a respected, small cattery. Crystal Siberians treats all it's cats as family members, we keep our Queens and kittens in the house. The Males, once they hit maturity, are moved to their permanent quarters in our heated indoor kennel with outdoor habitat. We strive to socialize all our animals to be comfortable in many conditions.  

Location: Mankato, Minnesota
Website: CrystalSiberians.com

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 507-340-6809

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Skye Blue Siberians

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: We started our cattery with the goal of breeding healthy, low-allergen Siberian cats to bring joy to other families who love cats but have feline allergies. Our cats receive regular veterinary care, and are tested for FIV and FeLV. Our kitties are family members.

Location: N/A
Website: SkyeBlueSiberians.com

Facebook Page: N/A

Associations: TICA, TAIGA
Phone Number: N/A

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Windrifter Siberians

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: Windrifter is a small, hobby cattery. We have placed many kittens in homes where allergies to cats had previously been a problem. These cats seem to be easier on allergies than other breeds, and this has now been proven with the development of tests which verify that many Siberians are low in the FelD1 protein which causes most of the allergic reaction in people.

Location: N/A
Website: WindrifterSiberians.com

Facebook Page: N/A

Associations: TICA, TAIGA
Phone Number: N/A

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Be Mine Feline

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: Our small family cattery breeds a limited number of kittens with emphasis on promoting characteristics true to the Siberian blood line. We also strive to produce beautiful kittens with low allergens. All cats registered with TICA. FeLV, PKD, and FIV tested.

Location: Burnsville, Minnesota
Website: maharg12.wix.com/BeMineFeline

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 952-688-8990

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Jenericatz

Has This Breeder Been Cat Kingpin Certified? No What's This?

How They Describe Themselves: We are a small Siberian kitten home breeder (2 TICA registered queens [black smoke]), raising one litter at a time, underfoot, with lots of love and attention, alongside our medium sized yappy dog Miffy and our indoor long haired cranky old cat (unknown lineage). 

Location: Crookston, Minnesota
Website: Jenericatz.weebly.com

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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: N/A

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Additional Breeders

Not finding what you want with the Siberian cat breeders in Minnesota? Sometimes this happens as most small catteries only have one or two litters per year. If you’re looking to adopt a Siberian kitten or adopt a Siberian cat, you have two choices.

First, you can find out from the breeder(s) above when litters are expected and be put on a waiting list. Or, you can contact breeders in other states near you.