Wonderful pedigree Siberian kittens sometimes available to loving INDOOR ONLY homes.
To go on my waiting list you will be required to pay a non refundable deposit of £100 to secure a place. (this comes off the overall cost of a kitten). On choosing your kitten a further £100 is required to reserve them and the balance payable on collection.
Sorry I no longer accept waiting list enquiries without a deposit.
Please contact me via my website !

Allergy testing available on request for a small fee

WARNING! Scammers on free advertising sites selling so called pedigree kittens for cheap, do not approach these people and go only to a registered breeder. I have also noticed people selling very young unvaccinated, unregistered kittens for cheap on these sites, again these type of kittens do not make great pets and are far to young to be rehomed, they most likely won't be purebred siberians either!

Information on my website 'adopting a kitten page' on why you should choose a reputable, registered breeder.

Monday, 9 May 2011

Our expectant girls Ellie and Dahlia!

I thought whilst I had the time this week I would take some nice pictures of the pregnant girls who's babies will be due first and second week of June. Both girls are doing very well and seem in good health. I have to say that Ellie is looking particularly lovely these past few months. She will be two years old in July and she has changed so much I am quite surprised to say the least. Her head is a lot wider and her ears seems to be more in proportion, her coat texture and density is amazing, in fact I would go as far as to say she has the best coat texture of all my cats which is quite a surprise considering she is a neva and apparently they don't have good coat texture? I also find it harder judging the solid cats against tabbies because they don't have the same expression that the markings give a tabby, but I feel for a solid blue point she is looking very good. Once again I have to say that in my experience so far you can't judge a siberian properly before the age of two years as many just don't mature enough until then, some even take three years. Dahlia is still a young girl and although very pretty with an excellent tail she still needs to mature and her head to widen and to fill out as she is only just one year old. I think a litter helps alot with this. Here are the girls looking absolutely stunning, I can't wait for their babies to arrive in less than a month.

Ellie:















Dahlia: