The earliest known reference of Siberians are from 1000AD. In September of 1989 a group of breeders from Leningrad and Moscow applied for the registration of the Siberian Cat to the SFF. The breed then became registered on August 6th, 1990 (Certificate №1). At the same time the colourpoint Siberian was also registered as a "unique color variety" of the Siberian with a second name "Neva Masquerade" (Certificate №2). In the United States, the Siberian was not accepted for registration by TICA until the 1990's and the CFA until 2000. Siberians are still a fairly rare breed to find, though they are rapidly gaining popularity.
TICA describes the Siberian breed as a "strong, powerfully built cat with strong hindquarters helping them jump exceptionally high. They are a slow-maturing breeding reaching full magnificence at about 5 years of age". If you love the Norwegian Forest cat or the Maine Coon cat, you will love the Siberian. Siberian cats have dog-like, extroverted personalities and beautiful bushy fur. And we feel the Siberian cat is superior, as most individuals with cat allergies will not react to the Siberian.
The main cause of cat allergies in people is FelD-1. FelD-1 is a protein with unknown function and is produced by the skin and by salivary and lacrimal glands of all cats. It is transferred to the cat's fur by licking and grooming. Then dried saliva and dandruff are spread from the cat hair as small airborne particles into the surrounding environment. Siberians, however, produce less of this protein than other cat breeds. And this low level of FelD-1 makes them low-allergen. Many of the individuals that adopt from us are allergic to cats.
FelD-1 levels vary with each individual cat. But the Siberian breed has an overall far-lower level of FelD1 than other cat breeds. We have not found that sex is related to FelD-1 levels. What about color? Some research does indicate that tabbies have the lowest levels of FelD-1 and that cats with white fur or very silvery fur have the highest. There is not enough stable and consistent data to confirm this, however. Reality about FelD-1: every single cat has a different FelD-1 level. In a litter of five, some kittens may be classified as very low and some as average. Therefore, just because you are allergic to a particular Siberian, does NOT mean you are allergic to ALL of them. Typically people with mild cat allergies can comfortably be placed with most all Siberians. However, the worse the cat allergy, the more important to get a cat that has been FelD-1 tested to be “low” or “very low”. Tested Siberians cost more. We do not offer testing at this time.
Our beautiful, friendly, curious, even-tempered Siberians are affectionate and intelligent. Our Siberians come from researched & registered Siberian breeders in Russia.
We raise our Siberians with love, by hand, in a clean environment. Siberians are GREAT with other pets such as dogs and cats and rabbits and turtles. They're sweet and gentle with children and even babies. They are very easy to groom (despite their longer coat) and frequently lick and clean themselves. They are also a very low-shedding breed (despite their longer coat). Full grown they typically average 10-17lbs.
Moubani Cats is a TICA and CFA certified breeder and operates under the CFA Breeder Code of Ethics. Moubani Cats also meets and exceeds the CFA Cattery Standard Requirements. Our cats and kittens are raised in our house and in their specially-built cattery. We handle them and love them everyday.
ALL OF OUR KITTENS ARE SOLD AS PET-ONLY. BREEDING IS NOT AN AVAILABLE OPTION WITH KITTENS FROM MOUBANI CATS.
Our Queens and Kings are tested yearly for FeLv, FIV, HW. All of our Queens and Kings are given yearly boosters for FVRCP+FeLv, regularly de-wormed and have current rabies vaccines.
Before adoption, our kittens are dewormed 3 times. And they will receive one dose of Nobivac Feline 1-HCPCh+FeLV. Your first vet visit will require a booster of this Nobivac vaccine, their first 1-year rabies shot and another dose of dewormer.
All of our litters are registered with TICA. Your kitten have a 8-month Genetic Health Guarantee specific to the Siberian breed. And you will receive the registration to your kitten once spayed/neutered.
The cost of each beautiful kitten is $2300 plus sales tax. A non refundable deposit is required to reserve your kitten. ***Your kitten is NOT reserved until we receive the deposit*** No exceptions. Once you place a deposit, you will be locked into the listed price at the time of placing your deposit. WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS ON DEPOSITS OR KITTEN PURCHASES. Review our Queen's page and Homepage before placing a deposit.
We limit visitors to serious buyers only because it is stressful for our cats to be constantly "viewed"; it is also not in the health interest of our cats to constantly be exposed to new germs (especially from younger children) - especially when we have small kittens.
Open House: we allow 4 people at a time to our cattery in 25min slots. Fill out the contact form above & let us know how many people you would like to bring & we will get back to you.
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