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Siberian Cat CareClick Image To Visit SiteGet in Depth Facts about Siberian Cats and Kittens including: Care, Owning, Showing, Feeding Tips, Diet, Behaviors, Breeding, Pregnancy, Rescue and Re-homing, hypoallergenic traits and diseases and health care!

Their intelligence and problem-solving ability make them wonderful family cats. Siberian Cats and Kittens possess many truly lovable qualities and which makes them a wonderful family pet.

Owning and raising a Siberian Cat or Kitten is easy to do and very rewarding as they make a warm, friendly and loving pet.

If you have seen the cute, cuddly Siberian Kittens in pet stores you may have been intrigued with the tiny and lovable creatures and want one for your own!

They really are cute and loveable creatures with their little paws wanting to bat and play. They are really fun to watch as run and play with toys or yarn. Siberian Cats and Kittens are easy to care for pets, and can be a joy to your family.

If you are considering owning a Siberian Cat or Kitten you will need to be sure you know how to properly care for them with regards to their daily care, feeding, diet, behaviors, adoption, rescuing, re-homing, breeding, pregnancy, health care and life span.

When you have a Siberian Cat or Kitten as a pet you will find they bond very well with their owners and make a nice addition to any family.

In the 1980s, an interest developed in Russia for breeding pedigreed cats. The first breed standard for the Siberian Cat was developed by the Kotofei Cat Club in Moscow. The International Cat Association (TICA) accepted Siberians imported to the U.S. in the 1990s into the New Breed program in 1992 and granted championship status to the Siberian in 1996. What sizes and colors or patterns do Siberian Cats and Kittens have?

Siberian Cats are one of three big bodied, heavily-boned cats who are well loved for their status as goofy, gentle giants. Siberians, like the Maine Coon and the Norwegian Forest Cat, are seriously large cats. Some males will reach a size of 20 lbs (9.07 kg), but females are smaller.

They are available in all colorations and patterns, including a blue-eyed, pointed variety, there is a Siberian for everyone. Once you have lived with one of these big, lovable beauties, you may well be spoiled for any other breed.

Originally native to Russia these eye-catching, expressive and beautifully furred cats were only exported abroad in large numbers after 1990. In the past 23 years, their popularity has widely spread, and they are now one of the most beloved of all domestic cats.

Siberian Cats are naturally calm and quiet, with an endearing, intuitive streak. They seem to know when the humans they love are in need of comfort and attention. When they speak, it’s in a quiet series of melodic mews, chirps, and trills. Best of all, they purr loudly and often.

Their popularity has seen a significant boost because of their reduced allergens. A semi-longhaired breed with a thick, triple coat, they are amazingly easy to groom and have a very low concentration of the allergen Fel d 1.

Most breeds produce about 63,000 micrograms of Fel d 1, whereas Siberians put out about 1300.

Although not truly hypoallergenic, they do elicit a much milder response in sensitive individuals and so are treasured as one of the cat breeds with less allergens.

Siberian Cats and Kittens enjoy human company, and they will interact with the people who care for them.

In order to find a perfect Siberian Cat or Kitten you want to find one that suits your personality so you are sure to have a good match between you and your new pet.

After searching for many hours for Siberian Cat and Kitten information both on the web and by talking to Siberian Cat Breeders and Cat Fanciers, I found there was little information available which was easily accessible.

That’s when I decided that there was a definite need for a comprehensive book all about Siberian Cats and Kittens that covered Siberians Cat and Kittens from A to Z to help people who wanted to own and love one.

With that thought in mind, I created this brand new book, called "Siberian Forest Cats As Pets" Siberian Cats and Kittens The Complete Guide — to cover everything a new Siberian Cat or Kitten owner would want to know!"

This book includes everything you want to know about buying, adopting, re-homing, raising, feeding, caring for, breeding, diseases and health care of Siberian Cats and Kittens, and much more!

I cover from A to Z all about Siberian Cat Care — It’s full of up-to-date and sound advice with answers to all your questions about Siberian Cats and Kittens — including some questions you probably didn’t even know you had!

This book is written in exacting detail, including tips on diseases and veterinary care.

Anyone who is passionate about owning, keeping raising and breeding Siberian Cats and Kittens will be very pleased at the comprehensive content included in this guide.

You can get everything you need to know about keeping Siberian Cats and Kittens – including handling, the different colors and types, their health, housing, breeding — you get everything you need to know to keep healthy and cute Siberian Cats and Kittens!

Good Siberian Cat breeders want to know about you and your home. They are concerned about the kind of life the kitten / cat will have with you. You want a breeder who both asks and answers questions to ensure you have a healthy pet.

Think of what you are doing in terms of an adoption, because that’s what it is. You are assuming responsibility for a living creature.

The care of that creature is passing out of the hands of the breeder and into yours. You want a breeder who is actively interested and concerned with the process, and you need to prepare yourself to be open… Read more…

Written by Jason

July 13th, 2015 at 7:42 pm

Posted in Home & Garden

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