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ANAM CARA SIBERIAN CATS - BEST SIBERIAN CATS IN VIRGINIA
SIBERIANS KINGS - ANAM CARA
SIBERIANS QUEENS - ANAM CARA
AVAILABLE KITTENS AND CATS
PAST KITTENS AND CATS
CONTACT ANAM CARA SIBERIANS
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The Siberian is a medium to large cat that can take anything up to 5 years to reach full maturity. It is substantial bone structure, broad chest and big paws give a general appearance of substance and strength - definitely a cat with 'heft'.
CH ANANIIA
Our First SIberian Girl
 
The Siberian Cat comes in a huge variety of colors and patterns. Recognized colors are brown, black (with its dilute version which is blue) red, (with the dilute version of cream) and white. Patterns are solid, tabby, and tortie, Silver gene can be present which also gives smoke and shaded patterns. Colorpointed cats are allowed in all color varients and all colors and patterns are recognised both with and without white. This gives a total count of 124 possible color variations!
A Siberian Cat’s bright eyes greatly contribute to its alert, intelligent expression; they are large, slightly oval in shape but with a rounded lower line, set wide apart and slightly oblique. Eye color ranges from coppers to greens, with blue being permitted only in the Neva Masquerade varieties.
Siberian cats are real fun-loving felines. They are energetic and always ready to play a game with you, but never let you win! They are particularly fascinated by water and often you'll find them enthralled by a dripping tap or nonchalantly strolling in soaking wet after they fell in the fish pond!
Being intelligent and, like most felines, incredibly inquisitive they like to get involved in all aspects of the household - helping dig holes in the garden, sitting on the newspaper you're trying to read or just fooling around with the bubbles in the washing up bowl - they're always around to lend a paw and make you laugh.
This breed is often described as having many 'dog-like' traits (just never let your cat catch you saying it!) so can be a good alternative for those couples where one is a 'cat person' and the other is a 'dog person'. They are extremely loyal to their owners; a real best friend who's there greet you when you get home, play with you when you're happy and hug you when you're down. Quick to learn they can be taught to walk on a lead (great for those who don't have a secure outdoor space from them to play in) and some of them even like to play fetch!
Despite having huge reserves of energy, Siberians are caring, gentle souls who never have a bad word to say about anyone. This combination of playfulness and patience makes them the ideal choice for families with young children. It has also been found that they mix well with other animals, including dogs.
Siberian cats have a sweet chirruping voice and an impressive purr.
Siberians are happy being kept as either indoor or outdoor cats, but indoor only cats will need lots of toys and stimulation to keep them happy. Providing access to a secure garden or outside cat pen can be a great compromise; you're sure of their safety and they have the chance to feel the wind in their whiskers as they watch the world go by.
CH MARINA
SILVER AND WHITE TORBIE
HUG YOUR SIBERIAN!
It has been found that some people who normally suffer from cat allergies are able to live happily with a Siberian Cat.
Most (but not all) cat allergies are cause by the FelD1 allergen, transferred from a cat’s saliva onto the coat when they wash themselves, flakes of which then become airborne causing irritation. Research has shown that the Siberian Cats' fur contains less FelD1 than other breeds. However, as everyone responds differently, if you suffer from allergies it is very important that you have an allergy test. This involves visiting a breeder and sitting with their cats for an hour or two, this also gives you a chance to learn more about the breed and meet some of their cats and kittens.
Whether you are an allergy sufferer or not Siberians make fun and loving companions who show a great deal of devotion to the their adopted families.
Although a very ancient breed (with written records dating back to 13th century), the Siberian Cat has only become a pedigree breed relatively recently.
Siberians could be found living wild in the streets and hanging around the markets as well as in the countryside and the forests of Siberia. After the fall of communism in Russia, these feral cats were taken in and domesticated by the local population. Recognising their wild magnificence people began to take the cats to shows and the Siberian Breed was established as the Aboriginal Cat of Russia.
The first breed standard was developed in 1987 based on the stud 'Roman' who was one of the foundation cats and appears in many current pedigrees. Exportation to Europe and the USA began in the 1990’s.
ROMAN' ONE OF THE SIBERIAN FOUNDATION CATS
Often likened to the Maine Coon and the Norwegian Forest Cat; the Siberian Cat is easily distinguished by its more barrel shaped body and it’s broad, wedge shaped head, giving an overall impression of circles and rounded contours.