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 !

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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.

Thursday, 28 June 2012

Litter G 10 weeks old

Well the babies are growing and developing well, all such a lovely bunch of kittens with fantastic characters. They went for their first vaccines last week and all was well with them. They will be neutered and have their second vaccines and microchipping at 12 weeks old before leaving for new homes. We still have two black females available so if interested in these very pretty girls please contact me. Ready middle of July for rehoming. You do not see many black siberians and so they are very unusual. These will be the last pictures of the babies and as always I will be sad to see them go. Gorislav: male brown tabby, reserved
Glafira: female pale black smoke, reserved
Godomir: male black smoke reserved
Grigorii: male black smoke, reserved
Galina: solid black female AVAILABLE
Galusha: solid black female AVAILABLE

Sunday, 17 June 2012

Cattery news and available kittens

I thought I should do a brief update so far as it has been a busy year so far and some exciting news to come. Firstly little fighter as I like to call him from Dahlia's litter is doing well after his operation and growing. I am very pleased he seems to be well and hope he continues to do so. I have two kittens currently available for adoption and they are two black females from litter G (Karlisa's babies). They are ready to leave middle of July and will be vaccinated, microchipped and neutered before leaving here (pet home only). Available girls: Litter G will be going for their first vaccinations on tuesday so I hope they will all be brave. Litter H are also doing well and I am watching the females carefully for future breeding. There are two nice kittens a red/silver boy and a tortie female who are looking very promising at the moment. I hope to get some pictures of this litter in the next week or so. Some of thee kittens will be available at a later date but for now are being assessed. I have a possible unexpected new addition joining the cattery in a couple of months, a lovely brown tabby female. I will post further news once she is secured and of course pictures. One of our kittens from Ellie's litter F earlier in the year went to join Denise at Midnightstar siberians a couple of weeks ago and that was Druzhina Filimon Feofan a solid black male. He will be one of her stud boys for next year and I look forward to seeing some wonderful babies from him. This is the first time we have sold a cat for breeding so it is exciting to see Ellie and Boris baby contributing to someone elses breeding program. Thank you Denise for giving him a loving home and hope you enjoy him. Rasputin sired his last litter 5 weeks ago with Belle and has now been retired for the rest of the year. He has sired three litters this year and been an excellent stud boy so he now has a much deserved break to recuperate. I hope to take him out to some shows later in the year all being well. His son Gorislav will also be going to a show/pet home and will hopefully be joining him later in the year at shows. He is a lovely boy and hope he can follow in his mothers footsteps and gain atleats a QGC title (this is my first kitten sold for showing also). Belle was scanned a couple of days ago and I am pleased to say she has atleast six kittens. This is her first litter at two years old and I am expecting a mix of silver tabbies, silver shaded, Brown tabbies and possible goldens/smoke kittens. This litter is expected to arrive middle of July ( proud parents below Belle and Rasputin). So that leaves only one more mating for this year and that is between Ruslana and Boris next month. I hope for some nice tabbies in silver or brown from this mating (future parents below). These kitten if all goes to plan will be leaving for new homes just before Christmas. I may keep a female from this mating if there is anything suitable. Boris will also have a much needed break after this mating until next year. A little later to mature than Rasputin as he was 15 months when siring his first litter as oppose to 10 months for Rasputin but both have been very good daddies and ofcourse Boris will hopefully pass on his good breeding skills to his son Filimon. Unfortunately the lovely Xena will not be having kittens as she has been unable to fall pregnant and will be spayed before the end of summer and go to a pet home. This is a shame as she is a nice big girl but I don't think she is cut out to be a mum and will be happier as a pet. If wanting to adopt a Druzhina siberian kitten this year please contact me as we will not be having many more kittens. If you have a particular colour, sex requirement then I would recommend contacting me early to avoid disappointment.

Litter I Dahlia's babies one week old

Dahlia's fantastic seven are now one week old and are growing well. Mum is being very good with them and they are very well behaved either eating or sleeping with hardly any noise from them. Little fighter is still hanging in there and doing well. He is having his wound cleaned daily and dressing changed which he hates but is very strong and feeding/gaining weight well. Mum is quite protective and does not like me moving her babies so the only pictures taken so far are group ones. When they are a little older I shall get some individual ones. Here is the gang :)

Friday, 8 June 2012

Litter I Dahlia's babies Born 7/6/12

Just a quick note to say Dahlia gave birth to her babies yesterday evening around 6pm, she gave birth to a fairly big litter of seven kittens again (she had seven last year) and these kittens are mainly silver tabbies with a couple of brown tabbies. We have 5 boys and 2 girls. All of the kittens are fine apart from one brown tabby boy who was born with an umbilical hernia type defect. The abdominal area had ruptured and so he had to have emergency surgery this morning at only 12 hours old to close the defect. The operation seemed to go well and he recovered from the anaesthetic and is back home with mum and litter mates, he seems to be strong and nursing well and I hope he continues to do well. It was a very nervous time for me as giving an anaesthetic to an animal of this age has great risks along with surgery and I am amazed he made it through I was expecting him to pass away under anaesthetic. Equally scary as it was myself monitoring his anaesthetic which is no easy task in a kitten so young and small. The next few weeks will be touch and go and he will need careful monitoring to ensure he is growing well and not showing signs of any other problems. All the other babies seem healthy with no defects visible and are good weights. Mum is being great but every protective so no pictures just yet im afraid. More news to follow soon and I hope you will all pray for our little fighter that he grows to be big and strong over the next few weeks. A happy time but also a very sad and worrying time. Breeding brings highs and lows and although I have had very few kitten mortality issues over the four years of breeding it is always hard when things like this happen, I keep everything crossed for this little man.

Monday, 4 June 2012

Litter H Dinaras babies 2 weeks old

The babies are all doing well and Dinara is doing a wonderful job with them, such a natural at it. They are all feeding well have their eyes open and are moving around the nest more now. They will be introduced to kitten milk in a week or so and litters trays and thats when the fun starts. This litter is a nice mix of colours with my first red kittens, I think one may be cream and not sure if they are red silvers as they are quite pale, time will tell. All the females are under observation at present but some will be available. Again these babies will be offered to people on my waiting list only. Anyone who has been on the list but has not replied to my last email has now been removed. The others I will be in touch in order of list in due course. Here are the pictures, enjoy! Red/silver (possibly cream) male Red/silver male Black silver torbie with white female Black silver tabby with white female Black silver tabby with white female Black silver tabby female