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siberian cats for sale / Our family is very enthusiastic about breeding Siberian kittens for sale. Our mission has been to breed healthy Siberian kittens with look and behavior that will steal your heart since 2012. Since then we have established an international reputation as trusted breeders producing some of the most beautiful Siberian cats and kittens in the world!

Our Siberian kittens and Siberian cats for sale are purebred and TICA (The International Cat Association) registered. We breed these attractive cats in rare and spectacular temperaments and colors. If you are interested in buying a top quality Siberian kitten or cat that truly is above all others. Silver Siberian Kitten is without a doubt the right choice for you.

Why choose Us


Our initial breeding cats were shipped from Russia, Poland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The majority of our foundation breeding cats have come from Russia, the Siberian breed’s homeland. We have many famous Siberian cats in our pedigrees who have won top titles in their respective show organizations. We also have some newer bloodlines brought from Russia to diversify the pedigrees of our kittens.
New bloodlines are becoming increasingly rare in the breed, so this

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Siberian Cat Breed Basics:

Average lifespan: 10 to 18 years

Average weight: 3.5-8 kg 

Colours: A wide range of colours and patterns

A history of Siberian cats

The exact year Siberian cats appeared is unknown but they are are thought to have existed for at least 1,000 years.

They have a natural talent at catching rats and mice. This led to shops and farms introducing Siberians to help hunt rodents. The Siberian cats’ regal appearance didn’t go unnoticed for long with the first TICA recognition in 1992.

It wasn’t just their wizardly looks, though. They attracted international fame for their funny, friendly nature. Siberian cats have been bred since the 1980s and first appeared in the US in 2002. So what you see when you look at a Sibirskaya koshka (that’s their name in their native Russian tongue) is all natural and has been shaped by the cruel winters and hot summers of Siberia.