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Siberians the breed

Siberians or Siberian Forest Cats are a centuries old breed of agile and powerful cats native to the forests of Siberia as the name suggests. Their ancestral home is a snow covered, cold climate and beautiful environment where they spend their days hunting, playing and of course relaxing and sleeping. The Siberian is a large, strong cat which can take up to five years to mature. A very intelligent breed that are adventurous with lush triple layered coats that keep them both warm and cool year round. Siberian cats have a gentle, loving nature and well rounded personality. They adore children, get along great with the whole family and readily accept other household pets. Siberians have a dog-like devotion and personality. They are often referred to as "the cat for dog people". Siberians enjoy being with their human companions.


Siberians have a very soft triple layered fur coat that many find to be reaction free. While there are no Hypoallergenic breeds Siberians are generally found to produce lower levels of Fel D1 than other breeds. While Fel D1 is mainly produced in saliva and sebaceous glands Siberians love to groom themselves resulting in fur transference. We can post you a free fur sample from the queen so you can test prior to reservation or perhaps put you in touch with a local Siberian guardian you can visit. 

Please note all fur samples are retrieved by grooming our queens


Siberians are inquisitive and quite adventurous. They love surprises like a new toy or exploring your wardrobe or shopping to see what is new. Don't be surprised if your new fur baby wants to sniff everything you cook or plan to eat. Siberians love to climb and be up high while equally find a simple cardboard box fun to play and hide in. Highly intelligent, Siberians are quite easy to train and can learn to explore on a lead or go for a ride in a cat pram.


Siberian cats are super affectionate and have playful personalities. These cats mature very slowly, both physically and emotionally. It can take the Siberian as long as five years to reach adulthood, which means they can spend a significant portion of their life acting like kittens and love to play. Siberian cats are typically pretty mellow and quiet. When they do make noise, it will likely be a little purr or chirp to express some affection to their favorite people

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