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We became a CFA Siamese cat breeder in 1965 while living in Paoli, Pennsylvania.  I never will forget taking Koko to meet Green Lane Valiant for her first breeding.  I had so much to learn about breeding and raising kittens.  I am still learning and studying about their diet, vaccines, and health concerns so that I am knowledgeable about what is best for themWe no longer have any of my original lines only fond memories and photos.  Currently, our Siamese and Oriental Shorthairs are being shown in ACFA shows in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa. 


The kittens come with a written health and genetic  guarantee and are healthy with no fleas, ear mites or ringworm.  All our cats and kittens are FeLV and FIV negative. They have been weaned onto raw meat and supplemented with grain free dry food. It is important that they are fed meat and grain free.  Cats are carnivores and can not digest grains, vegetables and fruits.  


Our goal is to breed beautiful healthy Siamese kittens with loving temperaments to show, become breeders or to be a member of your family.  The kittens are ready to leave when they are four months old or older.  You will be notified when it is time for you to come to get your kitten.  Because of federal APHIS regulations, kittens can no longer be shipped to you.  You must make arrangements to come to get your kitten.


If you are interested in purchasing a Siamese kitten, check available Siamese and Oriental kitten page and contact us to see if any are available right now.. 

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SAHJA Siamese and Oriental Cats and Kittens - Illinois for information call: 815-877-8358


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It is very important to properly care for your new kitten.  Here is what to feed your kitten and a dry food comparison chart so you can select dry foods high in meat protein and without grains and vegetable protein like peas.

Are vaccinations necessary for your kitten?  We believe they are in some situations.

Here are more details about maintaining the health of your kitten.


Read the CONTRACT and KITTEN CARE INFORMATION links before sending a DEPOSIT for a kitten.  If you are considering having your kitten declawed, please read this information.  This procedure null and voids all guarantees given under the contract.