We believe in finding the right fit between each family and each kitten. Our approach is thoughtful and personal. We post lots of photos and videos of the kittens in their day-to-day lives, so you can enjoy the experience of seeing your furry family member grow up. We love sharing those adorable moments!
- Before kittens are even born, we devote hundreds of hours to showing, research, and ensuring the parents are “clear” on a variety of health tests.
- Shortly after kittens are born, we will reach out to families who have previously contacted us and are waiting. We do not keep a long waitlist.
- When kittens are 2-3 weeks old, they are starting to open their eyes and walk around. Around this time, we will set up a phone call or Zoom call with interested families. This is a time for you to meet us, tell us about your family and other pets, and see Mom and kittens. If you have a preference for color or gender, you can let us know at this time or before.
- Over the next few weeks, we get to know each kitten.
- Between 4-6 weeks old, we will let you know which kitten we are watching for you and why we think this kitten would be a great fit for your family.
- Final matching of kittens can happen once a deposit is received.
Priority will go to families who have previously contacted us with a thoughtful email. So, if you are seriously interested in a kitten and are willing to wait until we have kittens, please email us here. Tell us about your family and why you are interested in a Siberian.
We reserve the right to keep any kittens for our breeding program. Please be patient with the process as we evaluate the kittens and help all families make the best match possible ❤
Our kittens come with:
-1 week trial period (just in case there are allergy problems – we want all families to be happy with their kitten). Please see our allergy page.
-Vet checks, nail trim, and vaccines/preventative de-worming per veterinary recommendations.
-TICA registration application.
-Lifelong support if you have questions or want to share photos. We love keeping in touch!
Kittens go home around 12-14 weeks of age, depending on their development: here’s why.
Our purchase agreement asks you to:
-Not allow the cat to roam freely outdoors.
-Never to declaw the cat – this is the equivalent of amputating a person’s fingers and can lead to lifelong behavioral issues. Siberians are easily trained to use a scratching post.
-Keep your cat in good health, including regular veterinary care and grooming.
-Please consider a diet that consists of some or all wet/canned cat food or a raw food diet. An all-kibble diet is not good for cats and puts them at risk of costly (and preventable) conditions like diabetes, kidney disease, obesity, urinary obstructions, and dental disease. We are happy to share our raw food recipe & ingredients – it is as easy as making a big chili and you don’t have to do it often.