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.

Saturday, 2 January 2016

Waiting list availability

My waiting list is still open for 2016 breedings and I still have a handful of places left for the summer matings (spring and most of summer is full).  Please see featured post to the right of the blog for matings plans. Please contact me if you would like to be considered for a kitten by answering the questions on my website adopting a kitten page. There will be a few more litters in Autumn for those willing to wait until the end of the year. I only accept names of vetted people who specifically want to wait for my kittens and are in no hurry. Unfortunately I don't have kittens available off list often so I cannot contact you on the off chance.

As always I would encourage all owners to do their research before buying  a kitten and be prepared to wait, a good breeder won't have lots of kittens available. Again lots of useful info on my website.

Example of a traditional coloured litter of siberians bred here at Druzhina. A past litter of kittens getting up to no good. These kittens are not available

A new year has begun

Well its now the start  of another new year and lots of exciting plans here in breeding and at home.  As most will know I work in a vets as a registered vet nurse and have done for over 15 yrs.  I have a love of all animals but cats especially and have been studying for an ISFM diploma in feline nursing for the past 2 years outside of work and breeding in the hope to gain further specialist knowledge of felines.  I hope to finish this course early this year and its been an exciting learning curve.  I have gained a lot of valuable veterinary knowledge which will help me in my job and also my breeding, enabling me to provide the highest standard of care I possibly can and improve feline welfare in the cats I meet day to day through my job.

Cats are the most popular pet in the UK but only 28% of them ever go to a vets for regular health checks.  This saddens me and they are often overlooked as self sufficient and not needing the same care as dogs. This is not the case, they just hide pain and disease in the early stages unless you are a very observant owner you will not notice. I hope to pass my knowledge onto current and future owners and help them be the best owners they can be. I only rehome to owners who are going to provide good veterinary and homecare.

I would encourage all owners to go online and look up icatcare site as there is a lot of valuable information on all aspects of cat care and behaviour from reputable, reliable sources.

2015 saw some lovely kittens and I am very grateful they all found lovely homes.  Some went to new owners and others went to existing owners.  Four of them stayed here to carry on from their parents.  Below are pictures of them all......

 Litter V 

Litter W     

Litter X

Litter Y

My four girls one from each litter:

vodka Litter V

Wilhelmina Litter W 

 Xara Litter X

Yakira Litter Y