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Max at

 Max-Owner John C. 

Spike at

Spike-Owner Allison B. 

Toby at

Toby-Owner Colleen G.

Kitten pictures will be taken this week and posted asap. 


has given birth to three Seal Lynx babies-Two males, one female

7/18/14-Ready 10/10/14


has given birth to three babies- One Seal Lynx, One Blue Point, and

One Brown Mackerel Torbie with White (or calico) 7/25/14-Ready 10/17/14


has given birth to five babies- Four Red Silver and One,

Two Toned Blue  8/9/14-Ready 10/25/14

We are mating Kitana-Katalina

Christopher is Dad

To be able to adopt these kittens you will need to test now and get on the wait list.

Kittens, expected to be ready for their homes late Summer and through the Fall.

#1 Victoria R.-Reserving a kitten

#2 Kirsten C.-Reserving a kitten

#3 Jennifer L.-Reserving a kitten

#4 Colleen G.-Reserving a kitten

#5 Andrew J.-Reserving a kitten

#6 Beth T.-Reserving a kitten

#7 Lori F.-Reserving a kitten

#8 Kristen L.-Reserving a kitten

#9 Derek S.-Reserving a kitten

#10 Richard C.-Reserving a kitten

#11 Bruce B.-Reserving a kitten

#12 Mara C.- Reserving a kitten

#13 Denise F.- Reserving a kitten

#14 Julia E.-Resreving a kitten

#15 Dan S.- Reserving a kitten

1 Breeder is now on the wait list.

(See When Breeders are on the list on the right side of this page.)

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 Steps to adoption below:

1. Fill out the On-line Application.

2. Once Your Application is Approved you may choose a testing/class day to attend.

I will post you on the class list. Only those posted on the class list may attend.

3. Attend a Testing/Class Day. Only those posted for a class may attend. There is a
$30.00 non-refundable visiting fee due on class day (this is not a deposit on a kitten or cat).
Bring all of your asthma/allergy
meds (take them as usually do), Dr.'s phone number, and
a clean change of clothing in case of reaction.

4 . If, you do not react, reserve a Kitten or Cat when it is time for your family to choose.

5 . Kitten pics are posted around the time the kittens are five weeks old. Families may begin choosing
at this point (in the order of the wait list) When you choose your kitten the Commitment Fee to
Reserve a Kitten or Cat is due. The Commitment Fee is approx, $250.00 for a male or $280.00 for a female
and is non-refundable. It will be used to alter the kitten or cat that you choose.  If, You Back Out of the
Adoption No Commitment Fees Paid Will Be Refunded

6 . When your Commitment check gets her here your kitten will be reserved. The kittens are usually altered
at 10 weeks. Kittens go home at 12 weeks.

7. Get Things Ready for Your New Pet to Come Home.

*Order your Life's Abundance (from Kitails website if you are planning on feeding this).
Please- we work on comission. Someone else will get paid and be your sponsor if you do not order from
Kitails website. If, you decide to become a Life's Abundance Field rep. you should also sign up through Kitails
website as you would be a Field Rep. under Kitails. All Field Reps. also are placed under a sponsor.

*If, you are making your own cat food you may want to make it ahead of time and freeze it. (You will be getting
a small food supply on pick-up day)

*Buy toys (free toys like paper bags and card board boxes are beloved toys to cats), litter box, Swheat scoop
litter, litter scooper, small spray bottle for cleaning the box with (1 part bleach to
32 parts water), paper towels
for drying the box.

*You will also need something for your kittie to sleep on, cat scratch, nail clippers, gromming comb, C.E.T. kit for brushing teeth, hair scissor to remove knots, Grooming Detangeler spray.

*Prepare a small room (bathrooms are best) by putting all your kitten/cat supplies in it. There should be no
wires or places to hide under beds and such, as they may just stay and hide there and not attach to your
family.This is where you will keep your kitten when you are not with it.

*Kittens need baby proofing because they are babies. Do not leave out charger wires, smale toys they can
choke on, toys with string as they will wrap around the kitten's neck or the neck of a child. Do not leave out
strings of any kind because the kitten may also eat them and string can get tangled around the intestine.

*Check for plants that are poisonous to cats so, you do not have any of these in your home.

8 . Come on a Pick-Up Day. Make the Final Payment (Please make this cash), Sign the Contract, and
Bring Your New
Kitten or Cat Home.

9. Make a wellness appointment for your kitten/cat. This should be scheduled for within three days of
Pick-Up Day.


 We reserve the right to withold or place on hold a kitten that we are considering for our breeding program
or that is being considered for another breeder.


Pet Kittens are $900.00 plus $250.00 to $280.00 for altering. 

Show Alters are $1,200.00 plus  $250.00- 280.00 for altering.

Breeders are $ 2,000.00.

No pet or show alter kitten leaves without being altered.

Your kitten comes with kitten contract, first shots, has been dewormed.

Your kitten's altering is already done.


Kittens should receive a series of  3 distemper shots as kittens, and a rabies. These shots are repeated at one
year and every three years after that. Your Kittie should be checked for parasites very six months or you can
just do a dewomer bought from your local pet supply store every six months.They should still recieve a yearly
check-up to look for problems.

 Why kittens go home after twelve weeks?

Kitails kittens go home at 12-13 weeks because they are altered at about 10 weeks and need time to heal

after altering is done.

* Once a kitten is altered it doesn't really matter if you choose a boy or girl. They no longer have the

gender related issues that an unaltered kitten/cat would have. They are basically all the same after


On-line Application click here A $30.00 non- refundable visiting fee is due on Kitten Care Class/testing day. Please do not worry if you don't hear anything for a week or more. It takes time to process applications.

Please do not call as this takes away from our family time when the phone rings all day.

Kitails does NOT SHIP kittens.

You must have: an approved application and be listed here, for a class, to attend a class or adopt from Kitails.


Each class can have up to 3-4 families attending. Please try to attend a class that is already being filled.

Next testing/class day is:   

This class is Open:

Friday September 12, 2014 7-9pm Ashley W., Stefan S.

This class is Closed:

Saturday September 13, 2014 10:30- 12:30am


Class is: Learning about the care of your Siberian. The class is not just for those with allergies. This class is for everyone. It teaches such basic care as: nail clipping vs declawing, grooming, nutritional needs, growing patterns, litter box issues, in door vs outdoor cats, vaccinations schedules, parasite control, ect.

Testing is: spending time with the Siberians to see if you react to them. Siberians are not hypo-allergenic for everyone.



 A class may be canceled at times.

Please do not wait until the last minute to apply. It may take 1-4 weeks or longer to get from application approval to a testing/class day.

Waiting List: The choosing of kittens goes in the order that you sign up and attend a testing/class day. A kitten/cat will be marked as reserved when a family makes their choice. If it is your turn to choose, you have 3 days or until  the next class day, to make your choice. If it is your turn and you don't make your choice in that time period I will allow the next family to begin making their choice. We need to be considerate of all on the list.

When Breeders are on the wait list they get first pick because the best kittens are needed in order to keep the Siberian breed at its best. I also reserve the right to put on hold a kitten that I am considering for my breeding program.

1 Breeder is now on the wait list.

I know it is very hard to wait because you can not see what the kittens are doing but, at the other end here, there is a lot of work going on to care for all of them. Please do not email with questions about litters and dates. Kitails will post information for all to read on the kitten page as information is available. This takes a lot of time to answer these types of questions. Most answers to questions can be found below under Steps to Adoption.

Kitten pics are usually posted at five weeks. Choosing of kittens is usually from the pics. Kittens at this age do not show enough personality to say much about them. We do not email individual pics to anyone.

Please do not ask to visit the kittens on any day other than the day of your appointment. This may sound harsh, but we are not a petting zoo.

Please be a responsible pet owner.

  The life of a kitten is in your hands when you take one of these sweet bundles home. Many people start out with good intentions of caring for them all their life, but then along the way some feel that kittie isn't so important anymore. A cat can live for 25 yrs. or more. Being a kitten is a small part of this 25 years of life. Please take into consideration that along the way you will need to get regular vet check-ups and medical care. If you do not think you can afford to pay for this, consider getting pet insurance. It usually costs about $200.00 a year, which may be cheaper than one visit to the vet.  Pet Insurance at Life's Abundance  Although it is not a requirement you should seriously consider it. If you don't think you can afford pet insurance, then perhaps you should consider whether or not you will really be able to afford a cat/kitten because just like you they need to be seen by a doctor and need medical care.

Along the way you may run into problems with litter box usage, or furniture scratching, or moving, or injury, or sickness, or financial problems, and the golden years of old age, of your Siberian. Are you prepared to take care of this kitten in all situations? Please think it through and talk about it with family members. If the answer is no to any of these questions... please don't adopt this kitten. They are entirely dependent on their owners for food, shelter, and medical care. We have loved them from birth and don't want them to go to a home where someone has neglected, abused, or abandoned them to a shelter or just dumped them somewhere to fend for themselves. Adopting a Siberian should be for the ENTIRE LIFE of the kitten/cat.


*Raising animals is not cheap. You may think that the price of an animal is high but, the food, medical care, toys, ect., ect. costs a lot of money. In order to produce healthy animals it will cost more money. This is a living thing that requires care. The time to produce a kitten takes 5 months from conception to the time when the kitten will go to its new home. That is approx. 120 days of work, feeding, and medical care before your kitten can come home. At $1,050.00 that's less than $7.00 a day for 2-7 hrs of work per day. Most of this will be spent on supplies and medical care. That does not take into consideration that the mother and father need food and care all year long not, just for the 5 months it takes to get a kitten ready to go home.


*If you want to protect your pet with/without a microchip consider

*The Pet Protector is the only pet I.D. that can help your pet in any emergency, anytime, anywhere. It's a 24-hour, nationwide hotline system with live operators that works like "9-1-1" for your pet. 








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