We sell kittens as per our waitlist. An average waiting period for a kitten is 6 months; however, it may (at times) be either shorter or longer. If there are kittens or adults available, they are posted on our Facebook page or Website under the tab: Kittens.
The price is $1290
We request a non-refundable deposit of $200 when application is approved; the remainder of the price is due 48 hours prior to kitten pick up via email transfer. no personal checks are accepted.
Breeding purebred cats is an expensive hobby, hardly ever bringing financial benefit. This is especially true for a small cattery where cats are fully integrated into the family and not caged, or isolated. Purchasing a breeding female, or two (often from overseas) is extremely expensive; so is paying fees for a stud male. The cost of maintaining multiple cat household, vet bills, genetic or other testing, food, costs of registration papers, costs of attending ‘cat shows’ – all cost A LOT of money. More about the price of purebred Siberians can be found here.
You can express your interest in purchasing our Siberian Kitten by completing the application form.
We require a $200 deposit to have your name added to the wait list. The waiting period may be 6 months to a year, and you can transfer your deposit to anther litter; however, the deposit is NON-REFUNDABLE and cannot be transferred to anther person. As the breeder I reserve the right to return a deposit and cancel a reservation at any time.
- All pet deposits are non-refundable
- Potential buyers need to be 100% sure that they are committed to purchasing a kitten before placing a deposit. Often, people reserve a kitten without careful consideration. They may react impulsively just because “a kitten is cute”. A deposit helps a person re-assess their intent, and decide weather they truly are ready for this huge commitment.
- The purpose of the deposit is to secure a kitten and hold it for someone, at which time the kitten becomes “tied up” in a temporary situation, while other potential owners are “turned away”
- In some situations, the deposit reimburses the Breeder for the time lost (in all aspects) when a person changes their mind.
The kittens receive a thorough health examination by a licensed veterinarian. They get vaccinated & dewormed. A vet record is provided to the new owner, along with a 2-year health guarantee. All litters are registered with The International Cat Association and the new owner will receive their kitten’s registration once the cat is spayed/neutered. A sample of Royal Canin cat food (dry and wet) is also provided, with a small kitten-care information booklet.
we are planning to introduce ESN (early spay & neuter) program, and will spay& neuter on request; however, at this time, we encourage kittens to be spayed before reaching sexual maturity (4-6 months)
This depends upon each kitten’s individual needs. As the breeder, I need to determine that they are both physically and emotionally ready to leave, and are completely independent from their mother. Average age is 12 weeks.
We do not invite visitors due to the fact that it disturbs the mother and the kittens; potentially, exposes them to germs and viruses. Also, we are a busy household, working full-time, and breeding Siberian kittens is our hobby and not a job. It is difficult for us to find the time for visitors and accommodate the large amount of requests we get, including the ones to ‘test’ for allergies.
We are no longer taking visitors for allergy testing. Some breeders do offer this service, so I would suggest checking around. Also, our household is a not limited to Siberians. We have shelter cats living here as well as XL dog, and allergy testing would not be accurate.
For more detailed explanation please check out our article on allergies .
A kitten-buyer has an option to facilitate an allergy testing (at their own cost) via kittentesting.com . The testing costs $350 US. Kitttens can be tested at 10-12 weeks.
If allergies prevent you from keeping your kitten, you will need to return him/her to us as soon as possible. If you wish to receive your full refund (minus $200 deposit), the kitten must be returned within the first 14 days. Refunds for kittens returned after the first 14 days will vary depending on how long you’ve had the kitten, and the price we are able to re-sell the kitten for, the expenses we incur to prepare kitten for rehoming (vet bills, etc), and the contract you had signed at the time of purchase. In order to be refunded any amount, the kitten must be returned in the same physical condition as it was in at the time of purchase. All vet records and paperwork must be returned with the kitten. There are no refunds offered on delivery fees. There is no refunds on adult cats. Please refer to your contract for detailed information re: returns.
It is extremely hard on the kitten when it gets returned to the breeder. They may be glad to be back to what seems like a familiar setting, but it isn’t like before. They are immediately put into isolation. They are given a bath. They are taken to the Vet for a thorough check-up, if needed, undergo a spay/neuter surgery.
The other cats in the home may now react to the kitten in an aggressive way (as it is no longer familiar to them, and their scent has changed.)
When the kitten gets rehomed again, it has to adjust to yet another new environment.
Hence, it is extremely important for us to find our kittens permanent and stable homes, willing to make a life long commitment just as one would for a child.
I ask to be informed of all situations when the cat needs to be re-homed, unless it is placed in a home that was pre-approved at the time of purchase (as per contract). The cat is to NEVER be placed at an animal shelter (as per contract).
We do not support declawing.
Parkland County, Alberta, Canada.
Due to the high volume of phone calls, we decided to limit contact to email, and facebook messages. Not only is email contact more convenient, but it also allows us to keep a record of conversations (a very important thing when dealing with so many people)
We prefer to find homes for our kittens locally, if at all possible. Kitten safety and wellbeing is our priority, and we find that travel is very stressful to young kittens, especially if a single kitten is being shipped. We do prefer that people pick up their kittens and drive, or fly them to their new home. Having said that we will make the decision to ship, or not to ship on individual basis.
The average cost of shipping within Canada varies from $250-300.