Welcome to our website. We are located in Rochester, WA. (Thurston County) Our adult cats are registered with the TICA. We raise our cats and kittens in our home as part of our family. They all get a lot of love and attention from every member of our family. We love our Siberians! You can also find us on http://kittysites.com
We offer allergy testing for anyone who would like to visit your cats/kittens. This cost is $25 for one hour. Keep in mind, each cat has different levels of Fel d1. It would be best if you choose to do an allergy test on a potential kitten you would be interested in adopting. Please be prepared with any medication you might need in the case you may be allergic.
About Siberian Cats......
Siberian cats are Hypoallergenic and produces less Fel d1 than other cat breeds. This is why they make great pets for families with allergies. A longer name of the formal breed is Siberian Forest Cat but it is usually referred to as the Siberian or the Siberian cat. Siberian cats originated from Russia and have only been in the Untied States since 1990.
Known to be an exceptionally agile jumper, the Siberian is a strong and powerfully built cat, with strong hindquarters and large, well rounded paws. They have barreled chests and medium sized ears, broad foreheads, and stockier builds than other cats. They also have a slight arch to their body.
Siberians express the three natural types of feline fur: Guard hairs, awn hairs, and down. These three layers protect the cat from the Russian weather extremes, and provide a hardy, easy to care for coat today. The fur is textured but glossy, which decreases the occurrence of matting. A twice weekly combing is enough to keep the coat in good condition.
As with most other cat breeds, color varieties of the Siberian vary and all colors, such as tabby, solid, tortoiseshell and colorpoint are genetically possible. The Siberian cat breed does not have any unusual, distinct, or unique fur colorations or patterns.