Elliotthaus Siamese

Sad news regarding Jim Elliott, from his family:

Hello everyone,

I regret to inform you that the breeder Jim Elliott passed away in November 2018. All of his breeding stock has found new homes. I have one of his chocolate point females myself.

It is very sad that there will be no more offspring of Jim's incredible Traditional Siamese cats but who could possibly take over for Jim?

Love to all,

Karen (for Jim's brother, William)

Note from Caroline (Admin): Karen, thank you so much for this message, and I'm so very sorry to hear the news about Jim - I know people have been trying to contact him and wondering what happened to Elliotthaus for some time.

In case anyone else is trying to contact Jim, I'll leave your message here for a couple of months and will then probably take the page down at the end of 2019.

Our condolences and best wishes to you and all your family.


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May 02, 2020
by: Anonymous

Sad to hear of Jim's passing. We have a seal from 2004 and a chocolate from 2017, both amazing Siamese. Siamese have been our family cats for almost 50 years and Jim's cats have been handsome and lovely.

Feb 24, 2020
Jim's passing
by: Sandy and Ricky Hurst

So sorry to hear of Jim's passing, we purchased our beloved Boomer back in November 2005, and we just lost him on Valentine's Day. He was a special boy and we miss him dearly. Deepest sympathies to the family, and all those special little kitties ...

Sandy and Ricky Hirst

Jan 30, 2020
Sad News Indeed
by: Jennifer

Very sorry to hear this news. We purchased two cats from Jim almost 15 years ago and they are still with us today. I was actually thinking of getting in touch to see about possibly getting another.

Jim was so kind and such a wonderful breeder. Finding a Siamese breeder that you can trust proved to be difficult and we were so grateful when we discovered Jim and Elliotthaus.

Jan 15, 2020
Breeding possibility
by: Sohmer Family

We are interested in extending the bloodlines of Elliotthaus Siamese. We have two registered breedable females that are approximately two years old from Elliotthaus.

We were hoping to find a male from the former Elliotthaus cattery, which would be available for stud. The sire is Elliotthaus Excalibur so we were hoping for a compatible male.

Thank you in advance.

The Sohmer Family

Jan 15, 2020
by: Dave

We would like to extend our condolences to Jim's family regarding his recent passing. So sorry to hear. He was very passionate about his beloved Siamese and we are the recipients of three females. We are happy to be part of the Elliotthaus Siamese lineage. May Jim rest in peace.

Dave, Sylvia and family

Oct 02, 2019
by: Tamara Eden

Its with great sadness I hear this news. Jim was one of my mentors for my own breeding program, he taught me so much about the Siamese breed and about good breeder ethics (husbandry).

My deepest condolences to his loved ones both human and furbabies.

Tamara Eden
Registered TCA Breeder
MusicalMuse Cattery
Walton, Nova Scotia, Canada

Sep 05, 2019
Breeder has passed away
by: Karen

Hello everyone,

I regret to inform you that the breeder, Jim Elliott passed away in November 2018. All of his breeding stock has found new homes. I have one of his chocolate point females myself. Cocoa has an appointment to be spayed this coming Monday.

It is very sad that there will be no more offspring of Jim's incredible Traditional Siamese cats but, who could possibly take over for Jim. Love to all.

Karen (for Jim's brother, William)

Jan 04, 2018
Red Flame
by: Dave and Tanya Percy

We purchased our red flame back in October 2017. Adonia is a wonderful lad. Playful, humorous and cuddly. He got along with our Duck Toller, Husky and Lab mix right off the bat. The Toller and Husky play with him as do our other cats. He loves the attention. At nights when we are quiet, he come up with other cats and tucks in for hours at a time with us. He has been a wonderful addition. Many people who have seen him want him. What else can I say? He's been a great addition. Well done Jim.

With thanks.

Oct 01, 2013
Wonderful Kittens
by: Marsha

We adopted Sarah - a Lilac Torbi Point Siamese - in April and she is a WONDERFUL kitten. Beautiful, confident, extremely well-socialized. She gets along with everyone, including my other 2 cats. I would definitely recommend Elliotthaus if you're looking for a Siamese kitten.

Mar 26, 2013
My two cats
by: Yvonne

I bought my two brothers Chester, a seal and his brother a red flame snowball. That was in 2004 and they are the love of my life, so full of life and so much fun.

Dec 16, 2012
by: Lyn

Just wanted to let you know that Moggy (soon to be 6) is happy, healthy and still terrorizing my home :) Got him from you six years ago and have enjoyed every minute.

He has a great time with his siblings, Monty, a seal point, and Oscar, his black lab buddy and protector. Had a couple of photos to send, but see no upload option. Sent one years ago when he was still very young. Lyn

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