Our kittens are $1950, in the case of rare coat colourings the price may vary.
First 2 set of vaccines
Preventative Deworming & Parasite treatment
Microchip & Lifetime Registration
TICA registration upon proof of spay/neuter
3 year health guarantee for genetic diseases, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)
Lifetime breeder support
Kittens will be sold as pet quality
Kittens are fed a diet of wet and raw food after weaning from their mother
Our health guarantee covers your kitten for genetic diseases only, we cannot provide a guarantee against viruses as your kitten could pick that up anywhere.
We also do not guarantee against fleas, fungus, mites, or any type of parasites as these can be common in kittens and are also very treatable. However, none of my cats or kittens would ever be sold knowing that they have fleas, fungus, mites or any type of parasites. They are treated for worms and parasites before pick up.
We will always believe your kitten to be in perfect health upon pickup, if there were any concerns we would not send our kitten to their new home.
Of course, our contract will be sent out in our reservation announcement email to families on our contact list.
Our generally expected colours moving forward are going to be: Black tabby, blue cream, black tortie, blue tortie, black golden tabby, and solid white. These colours can also not be expected every time, you could have a whole litter of one colour or one of each colour - it is all in nature.
With our current matings we do not end up with any Neva colourings and we do not expect to have any in the future due to us having a new male. That is the white and grey colouring that some people are looking for. I don't want to disappoint anyone but this is nature and genetics and these colours, even from our Neva female are not coming through.
We are going to be building a recommendations page for all our families to assist them in welcoming their newest family member.
We are open to shipping kittens, if necessary. There are restrictions based on time of year but we can discuss that if needed.
Every time we have a litter born we will announce it on our kitten page. If there are any kittens available we reach out to families on our contact list.
No, we do not have a traditional waitlist, where you put deposits down to reserve a spot. We found that because we cannot guarantee when kittens will be born, what gender or colour, that families were getting disappointed. We do not like to disappoint families and so we have stepped away from this model.
No. We do not carry a waitlist/reservation list. We will accept applications, but at this time your name will be added to a contact list. Once kittens are born we reach out to those on our contact list, open a reservation time, then once your kitten is reserved that’s when you pay the deposit. If we have no kittens, you will not hear from us. If you have specific questions, we will do our best to get back to you.
Please ensure that you complete our kitten application, found at the bottom of our Kitten page.
There is never a guarantee, our cats are apart of Mother Nature. Sometimes they have 6 kittens and sometimes they have 1. Sometimes the breeding doesn’t result in a pregnancy. Nature is at play here and while we understand that it is exciting to bring a fluff ball into your family we also ask that you remember that we have no control over Mother Nature. We ask that you follow our process and submit your application and once kittens are born we will reach out.
Not necessarily. We will add on to our list according to when we receive applications but when it comes to reaching out to families it is different. Once we have kittens born and they are healthy and doing well, we will send out an email to those on our list and inform them when our reservation will open. The first families to reserve a specific kitten after reservation opens, has that kitten reserved for their family. This means that you could be 5th or 35th on the list and still have the opportunity to bring a kitten into their home.
No, not everyone is a perfect fit for bringing a kitten into their families. Many people are though. I am learning though that those that suffer from severe allergies should not bring a kitten into the home. Although Siberians are known for having less allergens than others, this does not mean that they are allergen free. Returning a kitten is heartbreaking for the kitten and their new family. It is very hard for a kitten to move from home to home and so we have decided to not place our kittens into homes with allergies. If you have severe allergies we ask that you please look for another pet option, for the benefit of the kitten or into a breeder that specializes in low allergen kittens.
NO. Please remember that if you have severe allergies to cats, Siberians are still cats. There is no such thing as a fully hypoallergenic cat. Each individual cat has it's own levels of the FelD1 protein and each person has their own tolerance level. We cannot guarantee that a Siberian will work for your family. It is very hard for a kitten to move from home to home and so we have decided to not place our kittens into homes with allergies. If you have severe allergies we ask that you please look for another pet option, for the benefit of the kitten.
We do not offer this, it does not give a proper indication of reactivity to your kitten.