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.

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Larissas adventure

Well its been just a few days since all our kittens left and it seems all are getting along well in their new homes. An important part of buying a pedigree cat from a good breeder is ensuring they are able to adapt well into their new home. This is important for both the cat and the people in the home and helps prevent behavioural issues.

Whilst most siberians have similar traits temperaments can vary alittle even within litters. Here we pride ourselves on matching kittens with what we believe to be the best homes for their temperament. This can only be determined after the sensitive period of socialisation normally 7 weeks onwards. A home breeder who knows her cats and socialises her kittens properly is the best bet for a friendly happy relationship with your new kitty.

People come to us and tell us what their home is like and we try to find the perfect match. Some may also require a certain sex or colour so it can mean a longer wait but it is well worth it as rushing the process can mean unhappiness all round.

We adopt our kittens out on the basis they will have a home for life and offer behavioural advice when needed but it is hardly ever needed if you go to a breeder who understands feline behaviour and you take the breeders advice.

So when adopting from us you can be sure we will find the perfect match for you even if it means passing on several kittens before the right one comes along.

Below is an account of Emmas experience with me. She has a busy home with a young child and dog and required a kitten with confidence who would not be phased by a busy household. I decided larissa to be a perfect match and it turns out i was not wrong.

Here is Larissas story. I think you will be amazed at how quickly she got to know the family dog and agree how cute the picture of her snuggled up with him is......

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I may have gone overboard, but there's a lot to say haha!

After a LOT of research on cat breeds, and then breeders, I came across Druzhina. I emailed Clare (and a few other breeders). I'll be honest, I chose Druzhina because of the thorough questioning that I had from Clare. She really wanted to know that we were good enough for one of her precious kittens. We weren't simply a business opportunity, we were the prospective owners of one of her babies. The other breeders either didn't reply, or got straight down to business without asking anything about us. And the fact that Clare is a veterinary nurse made things feel even more perfect.

We arranged an allergy sitting, and I was fine, so I signed up to the waiting list. (It was a painful wait!) Clare kept me informed of updates on upcoming litters and asked us what type of kitten we were looking for. We have a busy house, with a young child and a dog, and so temperament was the most important aspect for us. All we really wanted was a lap cat who would be confident enough to not run from the dog, and happy to play with our toddler.

Clare offered Larissa to us (renamed Fox). She assured us that she would be a good fit. Well, she wasn't wrong! We brought her home two days ago. In that time, Fox has taken over our home and become everyone's boss. She is sweet, so gentle, playful and very confident. It has taken just two days for her to accept our bulldog, Chester. We've been very careful with the dog and he will remain on his lead in the house for a few weeks, but his gentle nature has given her the confidence to explore him. They now sit together on the sofa, and she chases his lead if we leave it trailing. She's fearless!

I'm so glad we chose this breed, and I'm even more glad we found Druzhina. Clare, Fox is a credit to you. She's clearly very well socialised and used to all the noises in our home already. Thank you so much for doing such a great job with her. We've known her for two days and we love her so much! It's so nice to have a cat back in the family x







Monday, 20 November 2017

Babies leaving soon

Well the time has come to say goodbye to our kittens. They started to leave us from last weekend and this time next week we will be kitten free.
The house will be quiet and it will feel strange but we have our adults to give our love and cuddles to.
People ask are you sad to see them go. The answer is yes but you come to realise early on that the day will come for them to leave and so see yourself as a foster carer in a way.  Our babies all have great homes with great caring people. That is all we ask for.

However what is even more sad is when an adult leaves us. Rasputin was my first import and an important part of my breeding. He has fathered many kittens and is also a great grandfather. After almost 6 yrs here. He will be leaving us for his retirement home on friday. This for me is very sad and i shall miss him dearly but it is important that he also has a life where he can be pampered as a pet. He loves cuddles and is a gentle boy. At the age of six he is still young but it is time for him to be the centre of attention. He will be going with his grand daughter lana. As much as i would love to keep him i cannot give him the one to one he deserves. This is the difficult part of breeding. Making a choice that is best for him not me.

Here is the handsome man. I will miss him and it will be hard saying goodbye to him..he even won over my boyfriend a dog lover..thats how great he is and i think i will see tears from both of us come wednesday.

His genes will carry  on in crystal cleo, vodka, arlo and kalena his lovely children and grandchildren.





Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Litter N1 11 wks

A few snap shots of the younger kittens. They are doing great and will also be leaving us at the end of the month.
All our kittens are reserved. More plans in 2018 for siberian kittens.
















Litter M1 12 weeks

Here are a few snap shots before the babies go for neutering tomorrow, i shall miss having them around once they leave in a couple of weeks. Very pleased with how clear the silvers in this litter are. silver to silver mating has produced crystal clear colour.




















Litter L 12 weeks

Here are a few snap shots of the babies, they will go for neutering tomorrow and start leaving the end of the month. The house will feel empty without them