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.

Sunday, 8 November 2015

New breeders website and cattery news

I would like to introduce you all to a new website that has been set up for breeders and owners of the siberian cat in the uk.  It is called the British siberian cat club, it has a list of ethical breeders from different registries who agree to abide by a code of ethics which involves responsible and ethical breeding. Please feel free to join ....  http://www.britishsiberiancatclub.com/

I also have a new Siberian girl joining me at the end of the month, her name is sofia and she is a warm brown mackerel tabby, more news to follow soon

Update on waiting list, currently I have enough people on the list to account for 2-3 litters, this may mean that those who join between now and spring may have to wait until the summer litters to be offered kittens. I welcome people to read my website for information on choosing a breeder and to plan ahead to avoid any problems.  I must also point out the following:

  • Always visit the breeders home and see the kittens with mum, no excuses, some times dad is not owned by the breeder so you may not see him
  • The home should be clean and the kittens playful and healthy.
  • Try and handle the kittens if possible to determine if they feel boney and to determine temperament.  Sometimes they will be alittle wary of strangers, this can be normal at first.
  • NEVER take a kitten that is not vaccinated or registered.
  • NEVER accept the offer to have the kitten dropped at your home without seeing the kittens home first.  This is not the breeder being nice and normally means they have something to hide.
  • The breeder should be happy to discuss their breeding and offer advice
  • if they are being overly pushy and not asking you questions be concerned.  This is not the behaviour of someone who is trying to find a good home and more the behaviour of someone who just wants a quick sale.
  • Most importantly don't rush your decision to adopt a kitten and do your research. 
  • Be prepared to wait. Most good breeders have waiting lists and a kitten will rarely be available off list
  • I would avoid free advertising sites and DO NOT assume because a breeder is registered or listed on a breed club website they are ethical, That is not always the case.  Always do your research and know what to look for in a good breeder
  • See here for more advice  http://www.druzhina-siberian-cats.co.uk/adopt.html

Good Luck!