Welcome and thank you for visiting our cattery website. We specialize in breeding beautiful Siberian hypo-allergenic
cats in a loving home enviornment with an abundance of attention and care. We ship our hypoallergenic Siberian cats and kittens to Newfoundland, P.E.I., New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario,
Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, NEW YORK and OHIO.
Sensitivity to animals, especially to cats, is one of the most frequently seen allergies. In fact, millions of North
Americans suffer from cat allergies. Symptoms include difficulty breathing, chronic sore throat and/or scratchy
throat, coughing, wheezing, itchy skin, red, itchy, watery eyes, nasal congestion, itchy nose and sneezing.
We ship our allergenic Siberian
cats and kittens to Wisconsin, Massachusetts, OHIO, NEW YORK, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, Indiana, Michigan, B.C.
Research has revealed that Fel D1, a small protein found only in cats, is produced in the sebaceous glands of
their skin and saliva and is responsible for 60% to 90% of allergic responses to felines. The biological function
of this protein is completely unknown at this time. Cats groom themselves constantly and spread their saliva across
their fur in the process. There, the saliva ladened with Fel D1 dries, and because it is several times lighter than
air, floats throughout the cat's environment. The Siberian produces lower levels of Fel D1 and, therefore, provokes
less allergic reactions than do most other cats and can be said to have hypo-allergenic qualities (having a decreased
tendency to provoke an allergic reaction).The only definitive testing, knowing if your allergies will tolerate this
wonderful breed, is to spend some time in a home which has an adult Siberian. We ship our hypoallergenic Siberian kittens and cats to OHIO, BUFFALO, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Illinois, Connecticut, Minnesota.
Multiple factors cause variations in Fel D1 levels in cats. The highest levels are found in breeding males followed by
breeding females. Neuters of both sexes have considerably lower levels, as do kittens. Early sterilization is highly
recommended to prevent the rapid increase of the allergen as the cat approaches maturity.
Lynda Nelson of Kravchenko Siberians was
instrumental in getting the Siberian cat breed recognized in North America, Kravchenko Siberian Cats, www.siberiancats.com.
All of our Siberian cats have regular veterinarian check-ups, all are current in their vaccination and de-worming programs,
and our cattery is certified FIV, Leukemia and ringworm free. All of our Siberian kittens come with a detailed sales contract,
a health guarantee, and all vaccines appropriate to their age. Siberian kittens have hypoallergenic fur, Siberian cats too.
We are proud to be members of TICA and CFA and strive to live up to their high standards of conduct and
code of ethics. Hypoallergenic cats and kittens are
ideal pets for people allergic to cat fur and can be shipped to Cleveland, OHIO and Rochester and Buffalo, NEW YORK.
If you are interested in owning one of these magnificent Siberian cats, please contact us for further information.
We are a small family cattery dedicated to raising quality Siberian cats with loving dispositions. We love cats,
and when our three children became adults and departed to make lives of their own, we were left with a large home
and time on our hands. It was then that we decided to indulge our passion and breed Siberian cats. This is our
beautiful granddaughter, Arianna, being cuddled by Oscar who is busy doing his day job.
It wasn't long before other family members fell in love with their beauty and temperament and asked to share in our Siberian
"experience". Our family now breeds Siberians in several locations in Ontario, Canada and makes them available on the following
Our kittens are raised in loving environments, with an abundance of attention and human contact.
They are well socialized with other cats, dogs, people, birds, the vacuum cleaner and the general hustle and bustle
of daily household activities. This makes the transition from our home to your home as smooth as possible. We breed only when
kittens are in demand and place them only in homes where we feel they will be appreciated and loved. If you are interested
in owning one of these magnificent Siberian cats, please contact us for further information.
Siberian cats are considered to be the national cat of Russia, and mention of Siberian cats can be found in Russian
history dating as far back as 1000 A.D. Despite their name, Siberian cats are believed to have originated in Northern Russia,
where their long fur and triple undercoat allowed them to survive the harsh winters. They later migrated toward Moscow and
St. Petersburg, where the majority of today's lines originate.
The Siberian cat is the perfect pet for people with allergenic reactions to cat fur.
During the Second World War, Russia experienced a significant decline in the cat population, resulting in a horrendous
overpopulation of rats. In an attempt to control these vermin, thousands of cats were brought into the cities by train from all
over Russia, including Siberia, to repopulate the breeds and hunt the rats. The cross breeding that naturally
occurred in the streets between these new additions resulted in many different phenotypes emerging from amongst
the street cats. Please visit our other website,
MINDEELYN SIBERIAN CATS at www.siberiancatsonline.com.
Later, the Russian people again began to appreciate cats as domestic animals and in the 1980's cat shows were introduced.
This resulted in a significant increase in public interest. Following the end of the cold war, these shows became
more widely accessible to breeders and the categorization of new breeds began to emerge to distinguish between the
various long hairs available at that time. It was during this period between 1988 and 1990 that the Siberian became
recognized as a distinct breed. We also sell beautiful
traditional Siberian cats.
Elizabeth Terrell of Starpoint Cattery in Baton Rouge, Louisana was the first person to import Siberian cats to the Americas.
In 1990, three Siberian kittens were sent to her in exchange for several Himalayan cats from her cattery. Mr. David Boehm
of Hackensack, New Jersey was the second person to import Siberians into the United States. Around the same time the
first three Siberians arrived at Starpoint Cattery, Boehm flew to Russia and returned with 15 cats. He is recognized
as being the second importer of Siberians but the first to actually have Siberian kittens born on American soil.
It wasn't long before a select number of breeders began to recognize the value of the Siberians' loyal and
loving personalities and hypo-allergenic qualities and the breed has been gaining popularity ever since.
Devoted and attentive, Siberian cats are often heralded as the dog of the cat world. Highly intelligent,
Siberians will come when called and will often seek out their owners for lengthy conversations with their chirp-like voices.
They are friendly and highly adaptable, confident, and good natured.
Siberians love human contact and, in general, are particularly fond of children. They adore affection and are
often underfoot, waiting to have their ears scratched or their bellies rubbed. Siberians consider themselves
to be lap cats and are happiest curled up on their owner's lap having their chin's scratched. They reward their
owners by letting them know how much they are loved with a long, low purr.
Siberian cats have hypoallergenic fur. Siberian kittens as well.
Siberian cats are highly intelligent and love to play. Born hunters, they are resourceful at searching out
prey, whether it is a balled-up sock or a tuft of their own fur. They like to pounce and roll around on their
backs and can be taught many simple games such as "fetch". Siberians also love to play "cat hockey" with any small
object they find on the floor, and are particularly fond of small balls.
Visit MINDEELYN SIBERIAN CATS at www.siberiancatsonline.com.
Our Siberian cats love toys like the cat dancer which mimics the flight of a
fluttering butterfly. The cat dancer is a hand held toy that allows for quality bonding time with your cat.
Alternatively, you may attach the toy to the top of a scratching post for hours of play time.
Siberian cats love to run and play and perch themselves on high surfaces. Although not necessary, they
love cat trees which come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and can be purchased at your local pet store,
online, or built at home.
Siberian Cats Canada.
Indoor Siberian cats are very curious and interested in the world around them. They can often be found sitting
in the window sill of an open window exploring the great outdoors. For this reason, they greatly appreciate window
perches and open blinds. Even if they are normally not allowed to jump up on the furniture, they should be given
a little spot of their own where they can sit and watch the world outside. TRADITIONAL SIBERIAN CATS have hypoallergenic fur.
Siberian cats generally get along well with other cats and pets. Our Siberian cats are raised in a multi-cat
and dog household and love to play and wrestle with each other. Siberian cats.
In this section of the website I would like to talk about a subject that is very common in the world
of cat breeding and one which a lot of catteries try very hard to conceal. The subject is FIP or more
fully, Feline Infectious Peritonitis.
This disease has been recognized as a major feline health issue since the early 1950’s and although
a tremendous amount of money and effort has gone into research since that time, FIP still
does not have a cure nor is there even a complete understanding of this complicated disease. One thing
that we do know is that FIP almost always occurs in a young cat or those that are very old.
Almost every cattery is infected by the corona virus. It is passed from mother to
kitten at a very early age. In most cases, the corona virus is present in the cat throughout its
lifetime and does no harm whatsoever. There are, however, some cases when a weak immune system
allows the corona virus to mutate into FIP and the results are always fatal. FIP can be very
difficult for a veterinarian to diagnose. There is no test for it, and as FIP can attack many
different organs it can display many different symptoms.
Responsible breeders try as much as possible to prevent its occurrence in their catteries.
In the breeding world, there is a saying that if you breed long enough, you will have FIP kittens.
There is also another wise saying in the everyday world: "It is not the problem you have, but what
you do about it that counts".
Responsible catteries ask that their purchasers promptly report back to them any health issue
their kittens have. That way, a cattery knows of any problems and can take steps to correct the situation.
We believe that it is a breeder’s role to act as a source of information for others who have
purchased from our cattery.
We try our absolute best to produce the healthiest kittens possible.
It is our policy to openly discuss any relevant health issue that may arise, and willingly share
with buyers any problems that we feel are current in the cattery, especially any involving the
litter the buyers purchased from.
Many people think that spending a large amount of money on a cat ensures that they will receive
an animal that is perfect in every way. Just because a cat comes from champion lines does not
guarantee there will be no hereditary problems or defects. Cats are like
every other living being - they all have genetic problems. The breeder’s job is to do the absolute
best he or she can with the lines that are out there; to use the gene pool to help breed out problems,
hereditary diseases and weak links.
FIP is not a genetic problem and so therefore does not fall under the genetic guarantee as
written in most contracts. It is for this reason that many catteries will not cover FIP should
a problem arise. Our two year genetic guarantee specifically states that "FIP is considered
by the breeder to be of a genetic origin". In other words, if you follow a few requests, we will
replace a kitten that dies of FIP in the first two years of life. To our knowledge, we are
the only cattery whose contract states that we will replace in the sad event that FIP occurs.
If you think your kitten is sick for any reason whatsoever, we ask that:
You provide prompt veterinary care.
If time permits, that you notify us of the situation. We can sometimes assist in making a diagnosis.
If there is a question as to the cause of death, we will ask for a necropsy (post-mortem).
Please remember that when purchasing a cat, or any animal for that matter, there are
chances that you take. No matter how careful or caring, a breeder will eventually have
a problem in one respect or the other. What you should expect is that the breeder provides you with
the best quality animal possible, that she/he is available to answer questions, give guidance,
information and help, and willingly backs up the guarantee if the purchaser has met
his obligations as outlined in the contract.
At Mindeelyn, we feel a continued responsibility for all of the Siberian cats that we have brought into
this world. We love hearing on an ongoing basis from the families who have adopted our cats, and over the
years, through e-mails, letters and pictures we have come to consider many of these families our friends.
We would like to share with you some of these happy stories.
Click here to read testimonials from some of our adoptive families who have
enriched their lives by lovingly taken our Siberians into their homes.
ACCOLADE TRADITIONAL SIBERIAN CATS AND KITTENS, www.traditionalsiberiancats.com
MINDEELYN SIBERIAN CATS AND KITTENS, www.siberiancatsonline.com
SIBERIAN CATS CANADA, www.siberiancatscanada.com
We have hypoallergenic Siberian cats and hypoallergenic Siberian kittens for sale, and can arrange for shipping
to Cleveland, OHIO, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, P.E.I., Newfoundland, Alberta,
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, B.C., British Columbia, Rochester and Buffalo NEW YORK, New Jersey, New Hampshire, MINNESOTA,
Cleveland, OHIO, Wisconsin, Maryland, Maine, CONNECTICUT, Illinois, Pennsylvania, OHIO, Massachusetts, Vermont,
Rhode Island, Indiana, MICHIGAN.
We ship our Siberian cats and kittens to Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, P.E.I., Newfoundland, Alberta,
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, B.C., British Columbia, NEW YORK, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Minnesota, OHIO, Wisconsin,
Maryland, Maine, Connecticut, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, Indiana, Michigan.
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