Persian Kittens For Sale In Tennessee: Breeders List 2022
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. Learn more about our stance and how to choose the right breeder here.
Persian cats are among the most popular purebred cats in the United States. There are plenty of breeders spread throughout the United States, including in Tennessee.
If youre looking for a Persian kitten, here is a list of breeders to get you started. Of course, be sure to do your own research and only purchase from high-quality breeders.
Cats Available For Adoption In Memphis
Of the 7.6 companion animals who end up in U.S. shelters each year, 3.4 million are cats. Also annually, 2.7 million animals are euthanized in shelters 1.4 million of them are cats. With an estimated 3,500 physical shelter locations around the country, odds are good you’re within close proximity to a shelter with cats looking for a home.
Stacker compiled a list of cats available for adoption in Memphis on Petfinder, ranging in age, breed composition, temperament, and needs. Be sure to do your research on any cat you’re interested in taking home to ensure a good fit with your own lifestyle to ensure the animal you select will be enjoying a forever home with you.
Keep reading to meet some amazing felines available for adoption in Memphis, Tennessee.
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Over The Top Gems Silver Persians
This breeder produces Persian kittens regularly. They are one of the most prolific breeders and regularly produce kittens. They have also been featured in magazines, including Cat Fancy.
They are a Cat Fanciers Association -registered cattery. Their kittens come with microchips, and they are vaccinated for a variety of different conditions.
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What We Do
The House of Mews is Memphis’ and the U.S.’ first and oldest no-kill, legal cathouse. We rescue cats from local kill shelters, allow them to freely roam our store, and have found loving homes for over 10,000 kitties from 1994 to 2020.
Our missions success relies fully on our 20+ volunteers from all walks of life and your donations. The House of Mews oversees over $150,000 yearly in donations. These include services, goods, and sales, plus our four major fundraisers. The donations we receive allow us to provide the necessary daily care for our cats as well as medical services such as spay/neuter and leukemia aids testing.
To make a donation click here to donate through Paypal or send a donation by mail to P.O. Box 751315 Memphis, TN 38175-1315.