Contact Stephanie Hoffmann


Website daisuki.thai.de
Telephone -
Location International (Germany)
Prefix Daisukithai
Affiliation The Old-style Siamese Club

DAISUKITHAI is a small family and cageless cattery located in the small village of Wasserknoden in Bavaria, Germany. Since 2010 we’ve been aiming to breed absolutely healthy cats with lovely Siamese purrsonalities and preserve the look of the Siamese cats which were seen, admired, and given championship status at cat shows up to the late fifties of the last century.

All the cat and kitten pedigrees at DAISUKITHAI can be traced back to the first ‘Siamese’ which were imported into the UK in 1884. We only have up to two litters a year from different mothers giving our breeding queens plenty of time to recover and us the opportunity to fully concentrate on rearing our kittens to spoilt little Meezers that will fill your heart and life with joy. Our cats are mostly raw fed (Bones and Raw Food) but they also know high-quality canned cat food. True to the motto ‘only healthy cats are happy cats’ our Queens and Studs are tested negative for FIV/FELV, are genetically tested for PRA and GM1 and screened for PKD and HCM in regular intervals by a specialized veterinarian.

Our kittens leave us at the age of 14-16 weeks, fully vaccinated (FVP and FVR – kittens that will move outside of Germany will also be vaccinated against rabies), wormed, microchipped and they will also get a little care package containing food, toys, cat litter and an info folder with a health certificate, the vaccination certificate, a registered four generation pedigree, pictures and everything you’ll need to know.

We are placing our kittens primarily as pets only, which means they will be neutered before they leave us. Only a few kittens will be placed on the active register and given to selected people and breeding programs that we think are worth supporting. If you are interested in a kitten for breeding please don’t hesitate to send us an email telling us a little bit more about yourself, your cats and your breeding program.




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