|Malinka is the cutest, sweetest cat
that I have ever met; and that says
a lot. She is very affectionate;
very playful... She sure loves her
humans. And her humans love her.
She has been trying out various
sleeping locations, and is developing
her favourites... Everyone that
meets her is very impressed with
her: her beauty and her character.
That tail has turned into a feather
duster; and those ears!! She knows
that she is pretty!
- C. & L.D. from Pennsylvania
|The spray I bought [Feliway] seems to help, and I want to get the plug in stuff so it
constantly releases the pheromone. [My husband] and I have noticed that WeeWee
seems more laid back with Asante than she was with Beemer. Its only been a week and a
half and she has seemed to accept him (for the most part), but Beemer was at least 4
weeks before she started “relaxing”.
Asante just cracks me up. I forgot what its like to have a kitten around. We find things
in the house that shouldn’t be where we find them! For example, my chap stick on my
night table was laying downstairs next to the water bowl this morning. If I don’t put my
tweezers away, the go missing for hours. I found them the other night in [my husband’s]
closet. If I don’t close our medicine cabinet door, he takes my nail polish out of it and
bats it around. ... He also is still a “playing machine” and can keep himself entertained for
hours. [My husband] and I joke around that his “purr button” is constantly stuck, b/c
every time he is around us, he is purring. I don’t’ even have to touch him and half the time
I can hear him purring from across the room. I have never met a happier kitten!
...he is out and about when people are over too. He just wants everyone to play with him!
Well, [my husband] and I have decided on the name Barley for Asante. We have been
calling him “Barley Bear” and it seems to fit...
Also - I have to share this story! Remember how I have been saying that [my husband's]
contacts have been missing? Well, one of my rings went missing, as well as my tweezers
(again) and a few of his toys.
[My husband] was vacuuming in our basement the other night, and saw a feather sticking
out from the cushion of a chair. Turns out, Mr. Barley has been taking our things, and
burying them in the couch!
We found caps to our water bottles (always seem to mysteriously disappear), as well as
my ring, tweezers, feathers (from his new toys), [my husband's] contacts, toilet paper
(he has learned to unroll the paper, we have to keep the bathroom doors shut now), a
spoon and a fork (takes them out of the sink) and even the cap to a beer bottle. We
couldn’t believe it, and we were both laughing so hard we cried. We love him to death
and wouldn’t trade him for the world. WeeWee still has her moments, but I often catch
them having “cat naps” together on the dining room chairs. - L.H. from New Jersey
|...I love Cai!!!!!!! He is such a delight -- he is
so incredibly affectionate, as you
predicted. I can't get enough of that boy.
And, yes, he is definitely growing like a
Zoe and Cai are the perfect match. They
are always together -- sleeping, eating,
playing... [she] is still very maternal with
him. She is always cleaning his fur and
tidying up after him...
Not to repeat myself, but I couldn't be
more happy with Cai. He is the most dear
little boy, and he brings me such joy. I can't
wait to get home from work each day just to
see these two. I love them both so much.
Zoe is such a happy girl now -- absolutely no
biting me at all. Now, biting Cai is another
story, but I guess that's how they play, and
Cai gives it right back to her -- in fact, he
taunts her! It used to be Zoe chasing Cai,
but more often now it's Cai chasing Zoe.
He's not as big as she is yet, but he's a lot
bigger than he was. - D.M. from New Jersey
|[Client was informed of likelihood of getting a particular color was low with our current
breeder cats, but that we would be happy to refer her to other reputable Breeders
that primarily have the particular color requested].
I do not want to deal with someone out of state. Perhaps I need to change my color,
truthfully it is not an issue as compared to health & temperament, just a preference.
Also, I TRULY do not want to do business with any one else, Jan, you do not even know
us, and just have been so patient and honest with your answers and so wonderful in
answering all my questions. I want a healthy kitty, good temperament and someone I
can call if I need to. I am going to go ahead and keep on planning, getting ready in the
house, etc., and just see what happens. I am patient, just excited to "bitsy"...
-P.C. from Pennsylvania
|I’m a great fan of your web site and your cats/kittens. I hope
some day to be able to have a Siberian, provided the allergy
issues with my husband work out. Well, anyway, I was
wondering when do you plan to breed Aslan? I think he’s
absolutely gorgeous... - D.T. from New York
|We had [Gibbs] to the vet and all is well. The
vet was quite impressed with the care you
had provided our little guy! He is starting to
be quite curious about everything. He climbs
and jumps. We laugh and play. All is good.
Just wanted to give an update on the boys.
They are doing very well. Gibbs likes being
independent while Chubs likes to be on your
lap and to have his belly rubbed. They have
found their way to the top of the kitchen
cabinets and various other high places
throughout the house. They love their walks
with dad when he gets home from work.
- B. & G.M. from New Jersey
|Olivia [3 yr old daughter] LOVES Isa
and actually pets her TOO lightly. I
know that doesn't sound possible but
when she only just catches a little bit of
her back Isa does what comes normal
and pushes up against her and knocks
her over. It's actually quite funny. I'll
have to say we have never had a cat as
acrobatic/graceful as Isa....She is also
so great with her claws and teeth. I'm
always worried about new cats and my
little girls they don't understand that
play includes claws and teeth
sometimes but Isa seems to have
perfect control over them. And she
seems to really love flopping over and
letting you pet her belly.
-S.H. from West Virginia
|I don't know if we've told you how wonderfully socialized we found
Itsy-Bitsy to be. It was obvious from the get-go that she loves
people -- she even loves to be picked up -- and she has never once
failed to use her litter box. We chose her for low allergy
properties, which has worked out perfectly, but we didn't realize
all the value-added that we were getting from your loving care.
- C.M. from Pennsylvania
|The vet absolutely loves him and has
done a lot of research on the breed,
as she has never seen a Siberian.
|Thanks for your emails. Not only are they informative, they are so amusing! We love
reading your observations. -S.L. from Pennsylvania
I do appreciate that you answered my e-mail with honesty, sincerity and all -around
Siberian expertise. My questions were answered & I love what you do to make sure about
the allergies. This makes me feel safe. -I. from New York
|You did a beautiful job raising and
socializing them! The main reason
I’d been thinking we should only
get one cat was because I was
afraid that if we got two off the
bat that they’d bond only with
each other and not us. But
because you raised them the way
you did, they both want to be with
us as well as with each other.
|I cannot believe Brutus is already a year old.
Time flies... He has been the most amazing pet
so far. He is like our child. It is fun to watch
my husband...with him because [he] didn't grow
up with pets and it is so cool to see him fall in
love with Brutus. Brutus sleeps in our bed
every night and often on top of us, but we have
learned to adjust . He is up to 13lbs (so says
my scales here) and he goes to the vet on
Friday for his shots and annual exam...
He makes us laugh everyday which is always
nice. He will play fetch, no joke, for hours! He
found one of my sport headbands and carries it
everywhere and will bring it up to anyone and
everyone to have them shoot it across the room
so he can chase it. Right now we are trying to
break him of his habit of wanting to play in the
middle of the night. He will drop the headband
or his little stuffed mouse on our faces and
then paw at us and bat at our faces until we
wake up to throw it....-R.B. from Ohio
|....just checking in to let you know that EB is great. We think we have THE very best
kitty in all the world. She is beautiful and sweet and so much FUN!
I did the 1st nail trim this evening (just the fronts) and it went fairly well... I got all
but two and I'll attempt to get those in a day or two. The video on your website was
a big help! -R.M. from Pennsylvania
|I'm going to try to send a few pictures of our
Vanna...She is such a sweet little girl. We are really
having a good time getting to know each other. She
keeps us laughing at some of her silly leaps and
jumps! But then in the next moment, she snuggles
up and purrs on your lap for some loving.
I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures. Please feel
free, at any time, to share our photos and thoughts
with those interested in learning more about these
wonderful cats. Vanna brings a new energy to our
once very quiet and 'still' home. I truly love to
watch Vanna play so nicely with Sarah. She is the
perfect companion and brings Sarah so much joy
and laughter! Vanna's companionship with Sarah is
not met with any communication barriers or mobility
issues that Sarah often has with children. They are
becoming best friends! - T.W. from Ohio
|Things are great. We love him to
pieces. [Draco] has taken
whole-heartedly to both [of us].
He loves to snuggle for hours per
day and play with his toys. His
cries have turned into chirps - he
is very vocal. He's eating well
and is starting to get curious. The
first two or three days were
really difficult for him, but he
has quickly adopted us as his new
family. He is a real lover - as soon
as one of us sits down he is on our
lap, laying on his back with his
legs stretched out purring away.
He loves to get his belly rubbed
which is a good sign of trust. He
is incredibly adorable!!! - L.B.
|Sarah is a highly intelligent little girl with Cerebral Palsy - Vanna is her new best friend
and the unspoken communication between the two is truly wonderful to see, as her
mother tells us. Also, Vanna knows to not use claws or to bite too hard when playing. We
work extremely hard when socializing our kittens to teach them this when playing with
humans - but most of credit goes to their kitty moms and is the reason kittens can not
go to homes until they are 12 weeks of age. This is part of what they learn during week
|Zoe & Cai
|I have looked over many Siberian cattery websites and I must say yours is the
most honest and informative! I keep coming back to look at the pics of your
beautiful kitties and to learn more. - S.A. from New Jersey
|Getting Sebastian and Hoixa was the best thing [my husband] & I have ever done.
Dickens was my baby – I had him before I “got” [my husband]. The two of them
became real buddies, but he started out as being mine alone. So it’s been a great
experience for [my husband] becoming a cat “daddy” right from the beginning.
|And they give us equal “love” time. If we’re both sitting down, they’ll go from one of us
to the other and back and forth. It’s like they want to make sure that they’re not playing
It was great meeting both of you too. And I really can’t tell you how grateful we are
that you two brought Sebastian and Hoixa into our lives. And, boy, are we glad we took
Hoixa too! We are happier than we ever thought possible and it feels like our family is
now complete. -J.B. from Delaware
|Draco watching TV
|I am SOOOOO excited! I have been checking the website a lot lately, looking for
new litters......I have been afraid to ask about the kittens because I really wasn't
sure how we left the money situation. You are a true and honest businesswoman with
a huge heart! Of course I would love the opportunity to adopt another cutie! Please
refresh my memory on the adoption process..... -S. A. from New Jersey
|The following customer had placed her non-refundable deposit on a
kitten and then because of mother nature destroying a part of her
house was unable to make the rest of the purchase. Once our spring
litters arrived, we contacted her again since she was still considered
on our 'list' for choosing a kitten, having already made downpayment...
|Just a quick note to let you know that both are happy and well, I
dropped them off at the vet this afternoon as they are scheduled to
be spayed/neutered tomorrow... They have both brought a lot of joy
to our home and we are very grateful to have them as a part of our
family. - D. C. from Pennsylvania
|Sam is still a joy to have
around. He still likes to
wake me up in the morning
with kisses and [my
husband] and I can't
imagine loving a cat more.
We were so excited to
see his ad too. Our little
model cat:) ..... He is still
as playful and loving as
ever... -C. B. from Illinois
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|I have the smartest, sweetest
kitty ever! She plays 'fetch'
better than any dog I've ever seen
and brings the ball back so gently
to Sarah! I just love to see my girls
playing together! And LOVE to hear
Sarah giggle! Having so much fun!!!
-TW from Ohio on Facebook entry
|We love how Vanna completes our family. It takes me a little longer to get things done,
between the 'help' she gives and her need to be IN MY ARMS or ON MY SHOULDER
everytime I sit down! She keeps Sarah laughing and brings us all such joy! - TW from Ohio
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