Our main goal

To give birth, raise, and educate magnificent kittens that will bring happiness, enlightenment, and love to your home.

About us

We've been proudly building our reputation as a trusted Siberian Breeder in British Columbia, Canada, we're registered with TICA (The International Cat Association). Our cattery specializes in breeding Forest Siberian and Neva Masquerade kittens, with an emphasis on maintaining pure Siberian traits. We strive to incorporate premium genetic lines to ensure that our kittens are not only healthy and beautiful, but also possess the loving and gentle nature characteristic of Siberian and Neva Masquerade breeds

Siberian Characteristics

The Siberian cat is an ancient, breathtaking and magnificent breed that originated in Siberia and the Siberian is the national cat of Russia, where they have been cherished for thousands of years. The breed received its name not only from its place of distribution, but also due its size, comparwed to the greatness of Siberia. The Siberian cat is a fabulous forest breed., They have a rich triple coat to protect against the cold and it makes them unique from other long- haired cats. In the summer they shed their fur to keep cool and, in the winter, they grow back their fur (proper diet can help). Siberian cats are smart, athletic, and also so they will enjoy playing with you your kids, and other members of the family. Siberian breed loves to climb, explore, and play. Siberians are the most inquisitive, intelligent, and healthy cats. They are very attentive cat with amazing loyalty and a warm personality. Siberian cats have a fairy strong hunting instinct. Our kittens come fully litter box trained and we will show you how to trim their claws if you would like.

TICA Siberian Breed Introduction by (TICA)

Siberian body

The weight of a male cat can reach 8-10 kg (17.5-22 lbs), while female cats weigh on average 5-6 kg (11-13 lbs). According to the standard, the body weight should not be less than 3.5 kg (7.5 lbs). On average, the life expectancy of a Siberian cat is 11-18+ years.
Breed Standards by (TICA)


You will need to comb them periodically (once a week), shorten their claws (once a month), give them a full bath (once every six months (depends on the cats colour)) and wash their paws when they get dirty. Be sure to purchase a scratcher for them. It is necessary to keep the animal's ears clean. Its important to wipe around the eyes with a lint-free cotton cloth as discharge occurs. Siberians open ears should be cleaned once a month using cotton swabs soaked in a special liquid or oil. Only the visible surface of the auricle ( Don't go to deep) should be cleaned. You can brush cats' teeth using a special toothpaste and toothbrush.

Siberian cats are often considered one of the most hypoallergenic cat breeds. While no cat is entirely free of allergens, Siberians produce relatively low levels of allergens that can trigger allergic reactions. An allergy to cats does not depend on the breed of your pet or the length of its fur. Even completely hairless cats can cause severe allergy attacks. People don't react to "fur" but to a specific type of protein found in the cat's saliva. Siberian cats are believed to produce less Fel d1 compared to many other cat breeds. Small amounts of Fel d1 can still sometimes cause allergies."

In the modern world, cats play a significant role in the emotional well-being of humans. Siberian cats provide unconditional love, companionship, and emotional support. Interactions with cats have been shown to reduce stress, improve mood, and even enhance social interactions. Loving cats teaches us empathy and kindness.

The Adoptaion Fees of our siberean kittens is 2300-2850$ + shiping. There is non-refundebel deposit $400 is required for us to hold or reserve the kitten every kiten is considered available until a deposit is resived. You can not take the kitten home until the full amounts is paid.