Field Spaniels, Maine Coons & Siberians



Siberian Kittens



All kittens are born in a quiet bedroom and are approximately 9 to 10 weeks old when they are brought downstairs to get used to the home environment, becoming accustomed to household noises, e.g. television, washing machine and the vacuum cleaner. When they are old enough they also mix with all our adult dogs and cats, under supervision.

All kittens will be ready to go to their new homes at 14 weeks of age, after been neutered / spayed and having had a full course of the necessary vaccinations, which will also include FeLv. They will all have had 3 health checks with my vet when they have had their vaccinations and neutering, but I always recommend that kittens should be taken to your vet within the first 48 hours of going to their new home, after this time we can not accept any responsibility for the kittens health. Kittens also leave us with the benefit of 4 weeks free insurance with Pet Plan, (which we strongly recommend that you continue with), food, toys, registration papers and an information pack.

All kittens will be registered with either The Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF) / Felis Britannica (FB) and / or The International Cat Association (TICA) and will be registered on the non-active register.

Siberians are extremely sociable with people, other cats and dogs etc. and because of this I would never recommend one living as a lone cat with someone who is out for long hours during the day. All my cats and kittens are indoor cats only. Please do not ask for a Lyndongraey kitten if you are going to let your kitten outside unsupervised.



2014 PLANS
(All depends on the cats)


GCCF Imperial Grand Champion,TICA Triple Grand Champion & FIFE International Champion
Lyndongraey Grigori x FIFE Champion Lyndongraey Irisa

GCCF Champion & FIFE International Champion Lyndongraey Vassiliy's Star x GCCF Champion &
FIFE Champion Vesna Sibirskaya Liliya

We are taking reservations at this time for 2014.
Those who are on our waiting list will get first choice.
If you are interested in reserving a kitten please email me.

A non-returnable deposit is required to reserve your chosen kitten.

Key to availability:

Staying - Exactly that, we have decided this little one is staying with us
Reserved - Means this kitten has got a new home to go to and a non-returnable deposit has been paid
Available - Means this kitten is looking for a loving new home
Optioned - Means this kitten has not been reserved, but somebody has first refusal - you can still register your interest in an optioned kitten
Under Assessment - Means we are waiting to see how this little one progresses, he / she may become available at a later date

Hypoallergenic Cats?

There has been information circulated especially in America about the suitability of Siberian cats as pets for people who would normally show an allergic reaction to cats. Although no extensive research has been carried out, fur samples tested in the USA showed that the Siberians involved had less Fel D1 flakes on their fur (these are the flakes that becomeairborne and trigger allergies).

In an article in Cat World by Roger Tabor, CBiol MBiol MPhil FLS, he says "the main origin of the allergen has been found to be from material released from sebaceous glands in the skin and small flakes of skin. These contain a glycoprotein, Fel D1, the main cat allergen. This is much smaller than house dust particles, and can stay in the air for months, and settle into open fabric weaves, from which they easily lift into the air. It is worth realising that intact male cats produce far more Fel D1 protein than neutered males, whilst females produce least. A third of those allergic to cats continue living with them."

As stated above not all allergic individuals can tolerate Siberians and anyone who is allergic to cats should spend time (anywhere up to at least 1 hour) in the presence of an adult Siberian and consult their GP before taking a Siberian into their homes. We have been asked on many occasions if people could visit and check out the theory about this wonderful breed.

We therefore offer an allergy threshold check for £50.00 (which does not constitute a deposit on any kitten). A number of our kittens are now living in homes where someone is an allergy sufferer, and they thought they would never be able to have a cat sleeping on their laps!! Due to the popularity and the need to limit the disruption to my cats, we schedule one weekend a month for this threshold check. Please note this check takes place in our home environment and whilst it provides the perfect opportunity to interact fully with my cats, we do have Field Spaniels and a British Shorthair and you may not get a true result. We cannot be held responsible for any health issues you may suffer at the time of your visit or afterwards - this is entirely at your own risk. It is also worth remembering that each cat will have different allergen levels, therefore if you have a negative reaction to our Siberians you may not at another cattery.

The next date and time slots available are to be decided shortly.

48 hour notice of cancellation is required. If you would like to book a slot please email me for further details.

If you are interested in a kitten now or in the future please email us and we can advise you of possible availability