Siberian Cat Breeders in Brisbane

When looking for Siberian Cat breeders in Brisbane, it is important to find an ethical, registered cattery who specializes in the breed and understands their personality traits and how best to care for them. We highly recommend finding a breeder in your area. A local Siberian Cat breeder will ask questions about your household makeup, location and other key questions to help find you the right fit. You'll get to ask them questions, too - see our FAQs at the bottom of this page for what to ask.

Here at Cat Kingpin, we have done the research for you so you can find the most reputable Siberian Cat catteries in Brisbane and start the journey towards getting your new kitten. Below is our complete list of Siberian Cat breeders in Brisbane with kittens for sale, first as a summary then with additional details:

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Breeder Name City Website
Chaynikoty Siberian Cats Brisbane
Miakoschka Siberian Cattery Burpengary
Prideshill Siberian Forest Cats Brisbane

Chaynikoty Siberian Cats

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From the breeder:

My introduction to the mighty Siberian cat came quite by accident. Being a cat lover all my life I had only ever had rescue cats which I loved and adored. My aim, first and foremost, is to breed Siberians who are healthy, happy, true to type, with clean genealogy (no known Neva in lines) – I wish to help preserve the traditional gene pool of these stunning cats. Secondly, at some stage during my breeding career, I would love to be able to breed the very luscious Black Siberian.

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Miakoschka Siberian Cattery

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From the breeder:

Our cattery was established in 2003 and we are honored to have been Australia’s first breeder of Siberian. I was first introduced to the love of all cats at a very young age, living on a farm in the far north of New Zealand. My first cat I remember was a huge grey and white cat I named Mousie because he looked the same colour as a mouse!

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Prideshill Siberian Forest Cats

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From the breeder:

We love to show our kittens and cats and have made wonderful friends in the show community and with the people who we sell our kittens to. This is our hobby and we adore raising our kittens in our home ready to be loved by their new families. Many of our kittens have gone to people with allergies and they are now happily able to have a kitten. Our kittens go to their new families desexed, registered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and OZPET litter trained.

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Not finding what you need?

Catteries are typically family-run, and sometimes there just aren't enough options near you. If our listed options for Siberian Cats in Brisbane weren't enough, consider try considering another breed, a nearby state for this Siberian Cats, or asking our Facebook group!

What are Siberian Cats like?

Siberian cats are known for their loving and loyal nature. They are highly intelligent and can adapt well to living with other pets, including dogs. While they are social animals, they also enjoy having time to themselves and don’t typically become anxious when left alone for a few hours. Siberian cats are also known to produce less of the protein that triggers allergies, making them a great choice for people with allergies to cats.

These cats typically weigh between 8 and 17 pounds and can grow up to 12 inches in height. Siberian cats have a distinctive wild appearance, with their large, rounded ears, fluffy tails, and thick, long coats, which come in a variety of colors, including black, white, red, and blue. Registered Siberian breeders will have kittens for sale with a range of coat colors and patterns, including tabby and tortoiseshell. If you are looking for a friendly and affectionate feline companion that is also hypoallergenic, the Siberian cat may be the perfect fit for you

FAQs when considering Siberian Cats

How much do Siberian Cats cost in Brisbane?

As a sought-after breed, Siberian Cats for sale in Brisbane cost between $1,000 and $2,500. A cat’s price is based on its pedigree, coat quality, age, health and vaccination history. If an Siberian Cat cat’s parents are show-winning, they can be even more expensive.

Do Siberian cats require a lot of grooming?

Siberian cats have a thick, long coat that requires regular grooming to prevent matting and tangles. However, they are generally considered to be low-maintenance when it comes to grooming compared to other long-haired breeds, as their coat is water-resistant and does not tend to mat as easily. It’s recommended to brush a Siberian cat’s coat at least once a week to help remove loose fur and prevent tangles, and more frequent grooming may be needed during shedding season. Additionally, Siberian cats tend to be fastidious self-groomers and may not require as much bathing as other breeds.

What should I ask to choose the right Siberian Cat breeder?

While there are many people in Brisbane who claim to be ethical Siberian Cat breeders, not all hold a standard that you can feel great about. Asking some relevant questions about their philosophy will ensure you avoid Siberian Cat breeders that do this only for financial gain, not having the interests of the cats or you in mind. Make sure you ask about:

  • Health history of the parents and vaccinations. They should have their first vaccinations by the time they're adopted.
  • Whether they've bred their Siberian Cats with other breeds (they should disclose this and it would make it not a purebred lien.
  • Have the socialized the kitten among other kittens?
  • Do they belong to a Brisbane Siberian Cat breed club? You can ask for references from the club.

Why does it matter if I buy from a registered Siberian Cat breeder?

When you buy from a registered Siberian Cat breeder (with either their local Siberian Cat club, governing body, or TICA/CFA), that ensures that a standard of care and expertise is enforced. You can ask them about a wide range of topics such as the Siberian Cat’s genealogy, the right kitten for you, common health problems with Siberian Cats to look out for. We offer additional registration through our Cat Kingpin Certified program as well, although it's not a replacement for other registrations.