This is a Siberian cattery
Created by its owner Cindy Jones
A Habitat for the animals I love.
The Siberian cat originates from Russia and although it is a naturally occurring breed, it has only been bred in the United States since 1991.
They lived under often harsh weather conditions and the cat has developed into a very strong breed with a high degree of independence and intelligence. They interact well with people and are very loving. They do well with companion dogs on premise. Siberians are affectionate to the owner and make wonderful companion animals.
Cats can be traumatized during a move to a new environment. To prevent stress-related problems help your cat feel secure in its new home. Confine it to one room for a couple of weeks so that it can acclimate to the new area without becoming overwhelmed. Equip the room with all the comforts of home. A litterbox, a bed, food, water, toys, scratching post and elevated hiding spot. Be sure to spend time everyday playing with your new cat during this difficult time.
The basic goal of this cattery is to raise our animals to have strong immune systems so they will live long, healthy lives. We immunize for core protection with a killed vaccine.
They live with us as a family members. Siberians are intelligent, calculating, and have a good sense of humor. They are very affectionate and love to be with us. They greet me in the morning with kitty kisses and head butts and come when I call contrary to many cats, They are sweet and nurturing to each other and poodles on premise.
They will attempt to participate in nearly anything we are doing with a great sense of excitement. They are physically active and very adventurous.
We have developed and are continuing to refine our practices to raise healthy, strong, true to Siberian type cats with good immune systems.