We are proud to be USDA licnesed as well as a CFA Cattery of Excellence.
We have less than 10 female breeders and have several males to use as unrelated studs.
We do not overbreed our queens, so we may not have kittens
every month due to the quick sales of these rare cats.
The HSUS and other Animal Rights organizations are trying to get rid of
all breeder facilities and eventually keep you from owning animals as pets.
They call anyone that raise kittens or puppies 'Mills" in order to gain support and sympathy from the public,
no matter how few animals that are being bred.
HSUS, PETA, THLN and other animal rights activists want a pet free society
and some of those want a meat free society as well.
The bad breeders need to be eliminated and the true 'mills' need to be shut down,
but the reputable breeders must be allowed to stay in business
or you will never be able to purchase cats (or puppies)
such as these Siberians which are not found in shelters.
Support your local shelter by adopt shelter animals if possible.
If not, find a reputable breeder.
Many of these reputable breeders are leaving because HSUS and other animal rights activists
are making it too expensive and creating fear and using witch hunt tactics
to cause the responsible breeders to leave the business.
Soon you may have NO CHOICE where you get your pets.
| Click here to see what Kittens are available.
Click here to see our breeders.
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You can now order the World's Best Cat Food online, from this website.
See details below about half way down-just past the photo collection area.
OR just click on the yellow text "Worlds Best Cat Food"
We have the rare, hypo-allergenic Siberian Cats, for all those who are allergic to the domestic cats. If you have allergies to cats, you should come bye or visit a breeder test for allergies before buying. So far 95% have had little or no reaction to these wonderful felines. And if you are not allergic to cats, you will love their look and especially their personality. They range from $850-$1200-$2000 for pet purchases. Sometimes we have discounted cat for various reasons. These purchases require you to agree to spay/neuter your kitten for papers. Breeder rights start at $1500 - $2500 with full breeding rights and papers. Shipping is extra. Prices are posted on the sale page.
We also offer discounts. It's a lot to read, but it may pay off.
The guidelines are listed at the bottom of the sale page. You may qualify for at least one.
We also offer on-line payments with a credit card, e-checks, or a PayPal account for your convenience.
The hypoallergenic qualities
are documented because of the low levers of certain proteins in the cat's saliva, called Fel d-1.
Those who own them because of their allergic reactions to other cats will argue that owning one of these Siberian breeds is proof enough for them. On the other hand, many cat lovers get these felines for their wonderful personality, which is more dog-like than most cats.
What is FEL d1? FEL d-1 is a scientist allergen found in feline saliva. When the cat grooms itself, the allergen dries on the coat leaving dander (Contrary to popular belief, allergic reactions are not caused because of catís coat length). Dander particles are so small that air filters can not remove them all from the air. Testing in results for FEL d-1 fur samples by Indoor Biotechnologies, an independent lab in Virginia, in 1999, performed tests on a small sample of Siberians. The tests would indicate that in this particular study, about 50% of the Siberians have less FEL d-1allergen than the standard house hold cat. Note that the females have lower numbers than the males in this particular case study. However, in another study in 2005, the males and females had comparable allergen levels and a good percentage of them still had lower levels of the Fel d-1 allergen than in other breeds. This is one reason that testing for reaction is always a good idea if possible. Some breeders do not guarantee that you will be OK with the this breed and will not sell to families with allergy problems without testing first. Check out the guarantees with your breeder before making the purchase.
Siberians are gentle, loving, and will want to be on your lap most of the time.
These cats are very hardy, clean, healthy, and easy to care for, being almost
maintenance free, as far as long hair cats go. They were first introduced into
the country from Russia in 1990, so they are fairly new. They come in many colors,
including pointed. It is believed that the hypoallergenicity of the cats comes
from the triple layer coats and different dander that these cats produce. Some
say that the hypoallergenicity is nonsense, but they love the personality and
size of these fabulous cats. So no matter why you might want to try one of these
jewels of the feline world, you will truly come to love them. Below are several
photos of different colors of the Siberian Cats.
As you can see from the photos above, they love parties, and enjoy interior decorating, and they love to supervise and help you in the office.
Photo courtesy of Dorene Stupski
And I am proud to show this photo of RW SGCHA Munchranch Canyel Ashkevron of Sibs, who is Hanna's son.
They are famous
They come in exotic colors.
They are Squeezably soft.
They love to play
They are great family pets.
Rare, Silver and Golden Siberians
These are fun to get.
They are easy going and love to have all your attention.
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Click on one of the icons below to order the World's Best Cat Food,
On this site you can compare what you are using to Life's Abundance Premium Cat food, which I now use exclusively.
Warning, it will be an eye opening experience when you do the comparison and watch the video.
In addition, we offer the World's Best Pet Supplements from NuVet
Click here to see the Wikipedia encyclopedia version for information on this breed of cat.
Munchranch Cattery shows, registers, and is a member of TICA, However
|link to the TICA site
The International Cat Association
Munchranch Cattery shows in, registeres the litters in, and is a member of CFA.
here to view the Kitten Contract and Health Guarantee.
||Understanding Cat Colors:
What color is my cat?
<This link is found on the TICA site>
Is this your second kitten or cat?
Please click the link below to see how the experts suggest introducing them.
Dr. Oz talks about the hypoallergenic aspects of this breed.
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