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Singapura Cat Breeders

Cute guy! by fofurasfelinas
Cute guy!, a photo by fofurasfelinas on Flickr.
People searching for Singapura cat breeders should ideally look at alternative ways to adopt a purebred cat such as the Singapura before buying. I agree, though, that it can be difficult to find a relatively rare purebred cat such as the Singapura (the world's smallest purebred cat) that needs re-homing. It is still worth tying however.

Before I try some suggestions that might lead to a Singapura in need I would like to mention the photograph illustrating this page. It is a great photo of a Singapura cat by Giane Portal. She calls him "Cute guy!" He definitely is cute. Giane's Flickr name is fofurasfelinas. She is probably the best amateur cat photographer anywhere and better than many professionals.

The photo on this page is protected by copyright. Violations of copyright are reported to (DMCA).

One interesting source of information about purebred cats are Yahoo Groups. People form groups on many purebred cats. There are a couple I would like to mention that allow people to ask questions. It might lead to something as I said.

One group is called "singapuracat". It seems to be fairly active. The other is called "Smallest Cat Breed" and looks quiet.

The International Cat Association (TICA) list only two breeders, one in France. The Cat Fanciers Association list one breeder! Click here to go to their breeder referral page.

Purebred cat rescue might produce something.  I have a page on that subject and the most lively third party site is this one:  Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue. You will be lucky to find a Singapura though! Although you might change your mind - why not. There are some really nice purebred cats listed that need a new home.

In the UK the clubs are a great resource for breeder listings. The UK seems to be more interested in the Singapura. The Progressive Singapura Cat Club list breeders. Use their navigation bar for Breeder List. Another British club is the Singapura Cat Club and they list breeders on this page.

Before adopting the right expectations etc should be in place. I prepared this page on how to avoid cat behavior problems.

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