Sibericat Siberians

Home of the Magnificent Pointed Siberian Cat

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New Litters

Cinnamon litter is now 8 weeks old and will be getting first vaccinations on Monday Sept 21, 2020. 

Bijou delivered her second litter on Sept 18, 2020 Mom and babies are doing well.

Dasha delivered her 5th litter on September 28, 2020 and Storm is due mid October.  

Fel D 1

We are proud to announce that we are the only cattery in Canada to test Fel D 1 levels in all of our kittens

All of our breeding cats are descendants - 1st generation - from cats imported from Russia.

We are excited to be able to now breed "home grown" kitties. It is a testament to high standards set in the beginning, to be in a position to now have offspring good enough to breed.

We test our kittens for salivary Fel d 1 levels at twelve weeks of age, and match them to the following chart.  Kittens with the lowest allergen levels {Extremely Low 0.008 to 1.0 mcg} are suitable for individuals with the most severe reactions. Folks with less severe cat allergies do fine when kittens have higher allergen levels.   We are  currently not accepting new reservations. 

 

For more information visit  Link

 

The following chart is copyrighted, and is listed here courtesy of KittenTesting.com

 If your reaction to cats is:                                                             You will need a kitten that is:

Hives, swelling, severe sneezing, breathing difficulties        --  Extremely Low     (0.08–1.0 mcg) 

Itchy skin, light sneezing, severe runny nose, asthma         --   Very Low             (1.0–1.75 mcg)   

Runny nose, severe eye irritation, coughing                        --   Low                      (1.75–2.5 mcg)   

Mild eye irritation and stuffy nose from cats                         --   Medium - High     (2.5–3.5 mcg)     

 

The Siberian Research Inc no longer recommends fur testing to determine reactions

All of our kittens are priced according to their tested allergen results.  

Effective January 1st 2021 prices will increase and 13% HST will be added

Extremely Low                      $3300       $3600      

Very Low                               $3000       $3300     

Low                                       $2700       $3000    

Medium - High                      $2000       $2500    

Client is responsible for any costs incurred to have kitten transported, such 

as carrier, extra vaccinations such as rabies if required and customs broker fees if required.

If shipping is required, an additional fee of approximately $300 will be levied or the buyer may make travel arrangements in consultation with seller.

When you take your kitten home they will have the following done:

  • spay/neuter
  • microchipped
  • registration with the Canadian Cat Association
  • all vaccinations due for the age
  • FelD1 testing for allergen levels
  • Dewormed 5 times