Siberian cats & kittens for Adoption - Search & Adopt Siberians
This breed has been in existence for at least 1,000 years and proudly serves as the national cat of Russia. Siberians were among the first breeds competing in early cat shows held in England in 1871.
The first Siberians arrived in the United States in 1990. Today, it is not uncommon to have waiting lists to adopt litters from this rare, but cherished breed.
Today, the Siberian is ranked 23rd in popularity among the breeds listed by the Cat Fanciers Association and earned championship status in 2006.
Brooklyn NY – Purebred Siberian cat for adoption to loving home. Taylor is a cream mackerel Siberian cat with light green eyes. She is 9 years old, spayed and up to date on shots. Taylor is looking for a quiet, kid and pet free home. …
Siberian cats and Siberian kittens from 1 Above Siberian Cats are beautiful little Angels who will melt your heart away! Being located in lower New York State and near an International airport, this makes it very convenient for shipping to all points in the Continental U.S. With only a few hours driving time from the nearby and bordering states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire, this too makes adopting a Siberian kitten very easy for you.HOW WE GOT STARTED:
When we finally decided to adopt a kitten, we spent many hours researching the perfect cat. We were looking for intelligence, loyalty and a loving disposition. We finally decided on a Siberian and adopted our first kitten, Alexi. We fell instantly in love with him. It was only when a family member who has a severe allergy to cats was visiting that we discovered our kitten was hypoallergenic. It did not take us very long to decide that we needed a friend for Alexi and for our allergic family member to decide to adopt one for herself. A little later, we started discussing the possibility of breeding these beautiful cats for others to enjoy. To this day, we have never regretted our decision to breed and raise Siberian kittens in our home. Our kittens are hand raised in a loving environment and are well socialized with people (both adults and small children), other cats and dogs. By the time they are old enough to leave our home, they are well adjusted and accustomed to being treated as one of the family.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
While the Siberian's loving, dog-like personality is one of its most attractive characteristics, we know that the fact that they are hypoallergenic to most people is what attracts a lot of buyers to the Siberian breed. We have developed a separate information page to answer the most commonly asked questions about Siberians. Please click on the "General Info" button above to go to this page.Please take a look around the site. I hope you find it helpful! If you would like to glimpse at a few of the kittens that were bred by Shadowlawn Siberian Cattery and then were adopted into their "forever" new homes, click on the Ask anybody who has ever adopted a pet, and they'll swear to you that the bond they have with their rescued animal is as deep as they come. When you open your heart and home to an adopted cat who needs help, that cat will show appreciation for the rest of his/her life! Cats who have been uprooted from their homes or have had a difficult start at life are likely to bond deeply and be completely loyal to their new human caretakers. After all, when you adopt you become their hero! This is true no matter the breed of mix of the cat. So no matter what circumstances brought a kitten or cat to be homeless, Siberian cats and kittens for adoption are still loving and lovely pets, extremely affectionate and attentive, making wonderful companions.