Provenance Cats
Siamese and Balinese
Welcome to our cattery~
The history of the Siamese cat is astounding.  It can be traced back to 1878 when the first Siamese was sent to America from Bangkok, by a U.S. Diplomat named "Sickles".  The ownership was between President Hayes' wife, her 12 year old Fanny and their beloved Siamese "Siam" .  In Thailand the Siamese were revered and believed to be good luck.  They lived in Palaces and were treated like Royalty.  From these cats came the Balinese, the long haired Siamese resulting from a natural mutation in the Siamese hair length.  They are not two different breeds, but the same breed distinguished by coat length.  We are proud to be part of the recorded history of these exquisite and Royal felines and we are excited to have you be part of their Royal family as well~~~

Welcome to "Provenance", a  TICA, CFA and CFF registered Old Style Siamese and Old Style Balinese cattery located in Maryland.  We maintain a small program with two to three litters per year of registered purebred Balinese and Siamese.  

 Siamese cats are our passion.  We constantly strive to love and care for this breed because we feel they are truly the most family oriented, intelligent, loving and beautiful breed of cat that there is.  Our goal is to perpetuate the breed, to provide you with a family companion who is healthy, vigorous, friendly and beautiful in looks and nature.  

 We are dedicated to providing you with an exquisitely beautiful, genetically sound, healthy and socialized kitten.  We are dedicated to maintaining the beautiful standards of the Old Style Siamese and Balinese cats, also known as "apple heads", or "Traditional".  None of our cats are caged and spend their days underfoot,with us, from birth to the time they go to your family at thirteen weeks.  Our kittens are never alone for extended periods of time. 

We offer all four traditional colors, Lilac, 
Chocolate, Seal and Blue as well as rare Tortie points and Reds. 

Do not be fooled, here in the USA Balinese nor Siamese have white feet.  If you find one with white feet this is not a purebred Balinese or Siamese.  

 Our Cats are genetically tested for PRA and fecal cultured for parasites and bacterias prior to breeding.  We are FeLV and FIV negative.  

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