Siamese Kittens For Sale

Siamese Kittens for sale from our Hub at incredibly low prices with guaranted delivery. At Siamese Kittens Hub, we not only offer Siamese Kittens for sale, we also employ a highly trained staff that can assist you in building an appropriate habitat for your new pet, and educate you on the proper care of the animal—making sure you get the most out of your pet ownership adventure!

Siamese Kittens For Sale

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The regal Siamese cat’s origins lie in the country now known as Thailand, but formerly known as Siam.  The modern version of the Siamese is a slender cat with long, elegant legs and a narrow, wedge-shaped head.  The eyes are large with a subtle outward slant and the irises are often an intense sapphire blue.  These cats were known for their longevity and vitality, as well as their pleasant nature and hardiness.  Siamese Cats were all the rage when they first made an appearance in Eastern Europe in the late 1800’s.  This breed of cat can be docile, easy-going, playful, and very affectionate, and may require quite a bit of dedication from its caretaker.  The elegant-looking Siamese cat can also be extremely intelligent! Siamese Kittens for sale at affordable prices. 

Siamese Basics
Where do Siamese cats come from?
The Siamese cat gets his name from Siam, Thailand’s previous name before WWII. This breed originated in Thailand in the 1300s, if not earlier, and is descended from the ancient Wichienmaat cat.

How many different kinds of Siamese pedigrees are there?
Siamese cats are classified into four categories based on their coloring: breed standard, chocolate point, lilac point, and blue point, with wedge or applehead-shaped faces.

Is it true that Siamese cats have polydactyl limbs?
Polydactylism mutations can develop spontaneously in any cat breed.

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Specific Requirements of a Siamese
Traditional Siamese have a thicker, lusher coat than Modern Siamese, and moderate grooming with a slicker brush or comb preserves the coat in excellent shape. With this breed’s delicate coat, a light brushing with a rubber brush is all that is required. A rubber grooming brush can be used on more sensitive areas such as the belly, face, around the ears, and throat. Nutrition should also be managed because even a modest amount of overindulgence might cause weight gain in this slender cat. Perches and cat trees, as well as plenty of toys, should be available throughout the home because Siamese are energetic and enjoy jumping and climbing. Most cats like to live indoors with a moderate humidity (40 to 55%) and temperature range (67 to 75°F).

Is a Siamese Kitten a Good Fit for Me?
Siamese cats are well-known for their devotion and noisy antics. When they demand your attention, they will make it known! While there are some basic grooming requirements that must be met on a regular basis, this breed does not shed as much as the longer-haired varieties. This breed is also very trainable and intelligent, but may demand a little more patience and attention than other breeds, particularly in terms of training and daily attention. The Siamese will want as much time and affection as it offers to its caregiver, making this cat somewhat demanding when it comes to snuggling or playing. Caring for this intelligent, affectionate, and gorgeous breed, on the other hand, is a tremendously rewarding experience!


Siamese Kittens For Sale
Siamese Kittens For Sale

About Us

Siamese Kitten Hub is a TICA-registered cattery in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Our specializations include Siamese Kittens For Sale. My wife and I purchased our Siamese Kitten and Scottish Fold Siamese Kittens (named Lucas and Jayla) in 2009 and immediately began breeding them. We’re still intrigued by the breed after all these years.

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Sex: Female

Age: 9 weeks old

Color: Seal point



Sex: Male

Age: 9 weeks old

Color: Seal point



Sex: Male

Age: 9 weeks old

Color: Seal point



Sex: Female

Age: 9 weeks old

Color: Seal point

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How much should I pay for a Siamese cat?

It’s hard to say precisely what is a fair price for a Siamese cat when you purchase one from a breeder. It can easily be around or over a $1,000. Usually, the price strongly correlates with the quality and health of the kittens. Proper care, and health screenings can be costly. Therefore, please don’t shy away from paying more for a Siamese Cat, as it can save you much more in the long run (not only financially but emotionally as well).

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Siamese appearance

How big does a Siamese get (height & weight)?

Most Siamese weigh between 6-10 lbs and stand around 12-15 inches tall.

When does a Siamese stop growing?

18 months

What color coat does a Siamese have?

All Siamese kittens are born white or cream, and then acquire brown, blue, or grey points (meaning their face, feet, ears and tail darken) as time goes on.

What eye colors can a Siamese have?

Siamese cats have blue eyes.

Siamese temperament & personality

How vocal/talkative are Siamese cats?

Most Siamese are extremely vocal, happily monologuing to communicate ideas and desires to their humans.

How affectionate/friendly are Siamese cats?

Siamese Cats are extremely affectionate with their owners, and will happily follow them from room to room, demanding to be involved in any and all activities.

Are Siamese cats good with other cats?

Siamese are often adopted in twos because they do better with a constant companion. This is a breed that loathes solitude and craves play, attention, and time with others — preferably human, but cats will do.

Are Siamese cats good with dogs?

Siamese are moderately tolerant of dogs.

Are Siamese cats good mousers/hunters?

Don’t be fooled by the Siamese’s sociability, they are also incredibly skilled hunters and ratters.

Are Siamese cats good indoor cats?

Yes. For safety reasons, it is recommended that all cats be kept indoors regardless of their individual preferences.

Are Siamese cats good lap cats?

Siamese cats are very affectionate and love to cuddle into the laps of their humans.

What do Siamese cats like to do?

Siamese cats love to play. They are an intelligent breed that crave social interaction and need daily play and mental stimulation.

How big of a difference is there between a male and female Siamese?

Male Siamese tend to be larger than females.

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Siamese diet, grooming & health

What do Siamese cats eat?

Discuss the best diet for your Munchkin with your veterinarian. Wet food that is high in protein is generally recommended, but dry food as a snack works well.

Do Siamese cats eat wet food?


Do Siamese cats like milk?

Feeding cats milk is not recommended, as most cannot adequately process lactose and milk gives them no nutritional benefits.

How much do Siamese cats shed?

Siamese cats are light to moderate shedders.

What type of coat do Siamese cats have?

Siamese cats have a short, fine, glossy coat with no undercoat.

Do you need to groom a Siamese cat?

The Siamese does not require extensive grooming thanks to his short coat, but weekly brushings are recommended to keep his coat shiny. His claws should be trimmed every two weeks or so. Cats are also prone to periodontal disease and should have their teeth brush two to three times a week.

Are Siamese cats hypoallergenic?


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Do Siamese have a lot of health problems?

Siamese are generally quite healthy cats with a few genetic issues due to selective breeding.

What diseases are Siamese prone to?

  • Hereditary liver amyloidosis: Liver amyloidosis is a condition that causes hard, waxy lesions to accumulate in the liver. The build up may cause blood in the abdomen and/or lead to eventual liver failure.
  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy: Dilated Cardiomyopathy is a heart condition that is characterized by the heart muscles inability to contract properly, which ultimately leads to a decrease in blood pumping to the heart. When a cat has cardiomyopathy both the heart chambers become enlarged from having to work harder to get blood through. The extra stress on the heart from the restricted blood flow often leads to congestive heart failure (CHF). The major symptoms of DCM include depression, loss of appetite and weakness.
  • Others: Siamese cats may be more prone to respiratory issues such as asthma, and dental problems than other breeds. They also occasionally suffer from glaucoma, a disease that causes excessive pressure on the eye, damages the optic nerve and eventually leads to vision loss and blindness; progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), a progressive degenerative disease affecting the retina that eventually leads to blindness; and certain types of cancer.



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