The from Siberian Cat Rescue Group is $175.00, plus a $2.00 per day boarding fee beyond your adoption date.
After spending a lot of time at cat shows and seeing all the different breeds, I found myself in total awe of the Maine Coons. I loved their colors and size. I actually took in a Maine Coon rescue a few years back for one night and my husband had a horrible allergic reaction to him, so I knew there would be no way I could ever own one. The love of this look and more research on the internet led me straight to the Siberians. They had the look and colors of the Maine Coon, only their features are more rounded and they are a bit smaller, not much though. They have the same awesome personality that my Birmans have and they come in a very large variety of colors and patterns. I started researching this breed and found out that they were supposed to be hypo-allergenic also. To my delight, my husband had no allergic reaction to the Siberians and after a lot of research and planning, I purchased my first breeding girl. She is such a delight and I couldn't be happier with her. With the help from my wonderful friend, Siberian breeder and mentor, I am on my way to starting my Siberian breeding program. She is a true Godsend and I couldn't be doing this without her.
With that being said, I think it is fair to state that I am very picky about who I place kittens with. They are my babies and my love for them doesn't end the minute they leave my home. Since I brought them into this world, I feel they are my responsibility until they leave it and I take this responsibility seriously. Siberians and Birmans are very social cats and do not like being alone. It is very important that these cats have company. Human, feline, canine or other, it doesn't matter, just so they are not alone.
Cat pictures on this page, courtesy of SIBERIKOS Cattery -
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