How much does a Siberian kitten cost?

Siberian kittens typically cost between $1,200 and $4,000, depending on pedigree and age. Why the high price tag? This breed is expensive due to their high demand and the relatively low number of purebred Siberian cats outside of Russia.

Are Siberian cats worth the money?

Siberian Cats Are a Healthy Breed If you are going to spend money on a cat, I think it’s smart to go with a breed that isn’t prone to health issues. This hearty cat has had hundreds of years to develop strong genes in Russia, where they are highly prized.

Are Siberian cats hypoallergenic?

Nope, says Lyons. “If anything is closest to being hypoallergenic, it’s the Siberian, which is a big long fluffy haired breed,” she says. “People have noticed that specific Siberian cats do not elicit as much of an allergy response as other cats.”

Are Siberian cats big?

Siberian cats, also called Siberian Forest cats or Moscow Longhairs, are a medium to large semi-longhair breed with males ranging from 15 to 20 pounds and females only slightly smaller. They are strong, alert, and adventurous with lustrous coats and round, curious eyes.

Are there Siberian Russian masquerade cats in Virginia?

Welcome to Virginia Kittens! We breed pure Siberian Russian Neva masquerade Cats. Our breeders are registered with TICA (The international cat association) and WCF (World Cat Federation). All our kittens comes with visitations and certificate. All our cats are checked and they are free from infectious and hereditary diseases (Fiv, Felv, rabies).

What kind of cat is a Siberian cat?

Known to be an exceptionally agile jumper, the Siberian is a strong and powerfully built cat, with strong hindquarters and large, well rounded paws and an equally impressive large full tail. They have barrelled chests and medium/large sized ears, large eyes, broad foreheads, and stockier builds than other cats.

Is it safe to have a Siberian cat?

While there is little scientific evidence, breeders and pet owners claim that Siberians can be safe for many allergy sufferers. Since females of all feline breeds produce lower levels of Fel d1, breeders often suggest that allergic families adopt female cats. Siberians express the three natural types of feline fur: guard hairs, awn hairs, and down.

When is the best time to get a Siberian cat?

Grooming Requirements: Siberians tend to be self-grooming meaning that they remain relatively tangle-free, though males can and do get ‘knotty’ in the springtime if not combed daily. Social skills: siberian cats do well with other household pets. Suitability for Children:Siberians are great with children.