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.

Thursday, 24 August 2017

silver siberian kittens update

Cleo gave birth recently to 5 babies in a mix of sexes. All apear to be silver in colour. Quite a few people are waiting on updates for silver kittens. We will have the following available in a few weeks.

Crystals kittens

1 x light silver female
1x medium silver female
1 x dark silver female

Sophies kittens

1x medium silver boy

Cleos kittens

5x medium to dark silver boys and girls
Too young to tell exact shade yet as they start off dark and lighten with age

Some other colours will be available too..please keep an eye on your emails if on the waiting list over the next month as i will be contacting people regarding adoptions in a few weeks.

Only people on the waiting list will be eligible for a kitten in order of list

Friday, 18 August 2017

Advice on buying a pedigree siberian

Well its back to the topic of choosing a breeder and kitten which i always seem to do a post about atleast once each year.  There has been a huge rise in demand for siberians compared with when i started breeding 9 yrs ago. With that demand has saw prices rise along with alot jumping on the bandwagon to breed cats they can sell easily. Given the fact more people are importing cats from abroad to be part of their breeding and the rise in the cost of breeding properly i.e. vet bills, registration, quality food and litter etc it is understandable prices will go up. However how much is too much and are breeders some of which with poor standards exploiting the siberians popularity? My answer would be yes some are. So how can you tell who these people are and avoid them?

Many people are wanting a siberian and make the mistake of not planning ahead or researching where their kitten is coming from. They can easily go onto free advertising sites like pets4homes to buy one. Prices vary hugely from £600-£1200. But why the huge disparity you might think. Does paying more always get you a better bred kitten?  In theory you would think yes as costs increase the more a breeder does but i also see poor breeders charging top price. So how can you tell who is good?

Well it can be a minefield when starting out. The trick is to do plenty of research into the breed and choosing a good breeder. There is lots of information on my website. Here are some things to consider:

1/ breeder should be registered and ideally have a website that is clear, informative and transparent so you know what to expect from them
2/ they should be knowledgeable of the breed and also cat breeding in general.
3/ You will need to research what questions to ask them but examples would be how long you have been breeding. Are you registered. If registered they should follow a breeder code of ethics. How many cats and litters you have each year. Only 1 litter from each female  per year is acceptible. Are the parents health checked. Where are the kittens raised and are they with mum the whole time. They should be raised in a home environment not outside in a cattery. Are the kittens kept away from other cats. What are they fed. What do the kittens come with i.e. vaccines registration. Microchipping neutering etc
4/ Ask what age the kittens leave and what they get done before going. They should never leave before 13 weeks
5/ do they come with a contract and any health guarantees?
6/ is the breeder able to give lifelong advice for your kitten
7/ can you visit the kitten once over 8 wks. There should be no excuses as to why you cannot do this.
9/ ask to see mum. She should be with her kittens all the time until they leave
10/ ask what sort of socialisation the kittens get

Look at the mumber of kittens they have available if its more than 1 litter be wary. Mass production of kittens  is never a good thing. Some will have a few litters at a time and this does not always mean a bad breeder but if they always have loads of kittens for sale you have to wonder why?

When you do get to visit your kitten they should be lively. Have good weight and no bones protruding. No sign of diarrhoea around back end. No discharge from eyes or nose. No prolonged sneezing or coughing. The home should look and smell clean and the kittens should not be mixing with other cats in the household.

So the golden rule here is always ask lots of questions. If the breeder is not very helpful or reluctant to have you visit. Walk away. Be prepared to wait for the right kitten from a good breeder.

If you are paying the high end of the price range which personally should not be more than £1000 you should get all of the following:
Fully vaccinated kitten
Registered ( without this you cannot prove your cat is a genuine siberian. A home made pedigree does not cut it by itself. These can be made up from online pedigrees very easily)
Wormed and flea treated when necessary
fed super premium food ( not supermarket rubbish)
vet checked before leaving
contract with health guarantees
clean environment with good socialisation and
lifeling breeder advice. This is only helpful if the breeder is knowledgeable in the first place. If you are not getting all of this for the top price this is a sign the breeder is more motivated by money and scamming desperate people who know no better.

Note there are breeders claiming to be in the UK selling kittens when they actually live in Europe. Never get a pet from abroad. The stress is far too much. Only a breeding cat should be imported.
There is also one breeder who has been suspended by GCCF still breeding siberians under tica and advertising online. Some adverts are from unregistered breeders who have bred from pets and allow their cats to breed multiple times each year. This is a disgrace and should not be happening. Kittens are shipped off at 8 wks with nothing and one person doing this charges £600 for their unregistered kittens.
Then there are the scam adverts for kittens that do not exist. I have had pictures stolen in the past and used for fake adverts. Sone even go as far as to set up fake websites.


My personal advice would be avoid free advertising sites as you cannot be sure what you are getting. Research via breeders websites and speak to them. Most good breeders have waiting lists. This ensures they only breed when homes are waiting. We can screen people properly to ensure good homes. This approach can mean months of waiting but atleast you will have done everything possible to ensure you are getting a kitten from a reputable source.  Rushing it can end up costing you in the long run.

NEVER buy a kitten because you feel sorry for them. It puts money in the bad breeders pockets and can end up in heartache for you.  You might think does it really matter if the kitten did not come from the best source? Yes ofcourse it does. You want a happy healthy well socialised kitten. The first months with the breeder determine what type of cat you will have for the next 16+yrs. A bad start is never good and hard to fix later on i.e behavioural issues
 A good breeder will also be there for advice whenever you need it not to mention any health guarantees you will get. None of this is available through a breeder motivated by money.

As a veterinary nurse it breaks my heart and makes me very angry to know there are people exploiting pet owners for money. I often get contacted by people asking advice because they get a bad feeling about another breeder and want my opinion. These people are nearly always right in their suspicions. Or sometimes concerned after buying a kitten from a bad source of which they can now do nothing about. I would love it for this information to reach every single person considering buying a kitten but i know it wont. If it reaches some then its worth it.

 I took kittens to my vets for vaccines yesterday and the vet made some interesting comments that really hit home regarding quality. First comment he made was it makes such a difference to see kittens for first vaccine that have been socialised properly. By this he meant calm and used to handling and examination. Not freaking out or biting and scratching.  My babies sat still and were very good being examined. Not one objected to it or the vaccine. This was their first trip outside away from mum so they were scared but they stayed calm and trusted the person handling them. The other thing he said was on examining their ears how clean they looked as nearly every kitten he sees has dirty ears. He asked me do i clean them? My answer was no. I have no need to their ears are never dirty so i guess this can only be put down to a clean disease free environment. Every day is spent cleaning the home they live in to keep them as healthy as possible. As a closed cattery i will not  allow other cats in which helps keep diseases away. All new cats are isolated before meeting others to help prevent spread of infections.

 My motivation as a breeder is to rear healthy happy well socislised kittens because i believe everyone should have the right to buy such a kitten. It is what i would expect from a breeder and you should expect the same. I pride myself on this and although it is a fulltime job i would not cut corners to make life easier. It shows in the kittens and does no one any good let alone the kittens later in life.

One last important point. If a breeder asks you minimal to no questions walk away. A breeder that does not care about who is buying their kittens is one that is motivated by money only. This will result in cost cutting and poor breeding practice. Do not be offended if you get asked lots of questions it is actually a really good sign that the breeder cares. I will turn people away if im not happy with them. Sometimes its a gut feeling i have from years of experience. As a buyer you should follow your gut feelings too. I want the best homes possible for my babies and this is why i ask questions.


Lots to think about here. I hope it has given you some insight into the world of pedigree breeding. Working out the genuine from the fake is very easy when you know what to look for. Do your research and wait for the perfect kitten. It will be worth it in the long run. If you need to speak regarding a possible adoption or want more advice please feel free to contact me. I am happy to speak to anyone who is willing to take the time to research before buying a kitten.

Educate yourself and Good luck in your search for the perfect kitten

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Litter k1 at 8 weeks- AVAILABLE TO WAIT LIST

I can now finally offer some of this litter for adoption after monitoring their progress.  As this will probably be the last mating combination of narcyza and rasputin i am going to keep a girl. Kalena Kyra will stay here to be part of my future nem free breeding. Kennedy kyle will go to a breeder in Canada to be a future stud.  The rest are available for pet homes to my waiting list.  All are doing great and now just over 9 wks.  They will go for 1st vaccination tomorrow and be available in 4 weeks time.  They are growing well and gaining in confidence. Very playful kittens.

Here are their pictures along with a brief description of their character at the moment. Note characters change once leaving mum and litter mates so it does not mean a quieter kitten will stay that way. They often come out of their shell when they have no competition from more extrovert siblings.

Kiara-AVAILABLE female. Black brown spotted tabby.  A calm quiet girl who likes to play but avoids the hassle of group play as it can get quite rough. She prefers to play one on one. Gaining in confidence she will be better suited in a quiet home.  Very similar to her sister Keisha and if wanting a pair these two are well suited.

Keisha-AVAILABLE female. Black brown golden torbie. Very similar to Kiara above although a little cheekier. Does not stay still for long, enjoys playing and would be fine in a quiet home or one with older children.

Kyla- AVAILABLE. female. Black mackerel torbie. A cheeky girl who is a live wire. Very affectionate and confident. Would do well in a busier home but needs lots of attention so a home with people around in the day is ideal.

Kalena Kyra. female. black silver mackerel torbie. cheeky girl who is fairly confident, she will carry on this line next year at my cattery as part of my nem free silver program

Kennedy- male red classic tabby. A cheeky friendly boy who is quite a chunk. he will be joining a friend in Canada to be part of her nem free breeding program.

Kassidy- AVAILABLE. male black silver mackerel tabby. Sweet, calm playful boy.Very nice clear silver. no tarnish. Very easy going and would suit most homes. He enjoys attention but is not demanding of it

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

our new boy is here

Im abit late announcing this but a couple of weeks ago i welcomed our new import boy into our home.  He is a chunky big silver boy who will be an important part of my breeding next year.

Introducing Damman Amur Nicolai. Black silver spotted tabby. Thanks to his breeder Daniella Barros in France for entrusting him to us. He is a rare nem free silver with established rossity lines and rare black lines. I have waited 2 yrs for a kitten from these lines. I look forward to his development.

In October i will welcome my last import for a while from Canada. A lovely large silver tabby female also of nem free breeding. She has lines close to foundation mixed with established old russian lines. She will be our last import for awhile. We will then have a nice  nem free team to carry us into the future. We will be concentrating on my main love of silver cats.

Here is Nicolai at 8 wks old. More pictures when settled

Saturday, 12 August 2017

new babies here

We saw the arrival of crystal and arlos babies yesterday morning. Alittle earlier than planned. We have 5 big beautiful kittens in silver brown tortie. One very light silver. All are girls. Mum had a difficult start with the first kitten but managed to give birth naturally.  We were not sure if pregnant at first as no real matings seen but given her smaller size and large kittens it became obvious. She was vety large to the point i thought she had around 8 kittens in there. All seem to be doing well and no obvious defects.

The day before saw a very nice surprise. Arlo had previously been put with sophie before crystal but failed to mate. Or so i thought. Well she gave birth to 3 kittens unexpectedly on thursday evening. She did not look pregnant and given Arlos lack of interest we were going to try her again this month. He obviously managed to get atleast one mating without me seeing so he has gone from non proven to a dad of 2 litters.  Sophie has 2 brown torbie girls and a silver boy.  I think we need cctv with this boy and his sneaky matings.

Good news is we may be able to have some silvers in our last 2 matings with my russian girls if i put them to arlo. Sharmel was recently in with arlo and no matings seen but given recent events its very feasible she could be pregnant. Only time will tell.

Cleo and zhendas babies are due soon also. A busy time with 8 new babies. Our 2 current older litters will be leaving for new homes in 3 weeks so it should be less manic but for now we have alot of work on our hands especially with the unexpected arrival so soon. So please be patient for updates etc

Our last matings will occur  this month all being well. Our waiting list is fairly full but providing we have atleast 5 kittens in our last litters we should have a few places left for new people. After that it will be a case of joining the list for 2018 and waiting im afraid.

Narcyzas baby pics coming soon....

Sunday, 6 August 2017

Litter J1 - 9 weeks old

The babies also went along with litter I1 for their 1st vaccines a couple of days ago. All were very good and brave getting a clean bill of health. A couple of the red boys are huge for their age at 1.3kg, taking after daddy.  The are all growing in confidence and great fun to be around. here are a few snapshots.  The last few are my favourites.  Taken from a distance with 300mm zoom lens.  Really captured their playfulness without being too intrusive.  All this years pictures are taken with my new dslr which makes photography so much more fun and easy.  I love taking their pictures.  There are some stunning shots that i cannot fit on here but owners will get a cd with all their kittens pictures on when adopted so you will get to see them