Kittens

 We have a few kittens available

1. Glorious Callisto.  She is a brown/black mackerel tabby and was born August 28, 2015.  Callisto should not trigger a cat allergy reaction if your usual symptoms are runny, stuffy nose, severe eye irritation, and coughing. A friendly, outgoing girl, she is affectionate, and likes to stand on our laps while we pet her.

She has had her kitten shots, rabies vaccine, has had her spay surgery and has been microchip.  She is ready to go!

Callisto playing with toy mouse

Callisto playing with toy mouse

Pretty Callisto

Pretty Callisto

2. Glorious Azalea. She is a brown/black classic tabby and was born May 21, 2015.  Azalea should not trigger a cat allergy reaction if your usual symptoms are a stuffy nose, and/or mild eye irritation.

Special circumstances.  When she was just five weeks old, she broke her left rear leg.  We worked with a Veterinary Orthopedic Surgeon.  Luckily, no surgery was needed.  Azalea was fitted with a cast almost every week to accommodate her growth.  We held Azalea back until she attained most of her growth.  In January she had her final x-ray and the vet said that there is only a 5% difference between her left and right leg.  This is a minimal difference, and no long term issues are expected.

Azalea is confident, friendly, athletic and would get along with children and the family dog, with a gentle introduction.  Her coat is beautiful, richly colored and offset by white trim.  She has had her kitten shots, rabies vaccine, spay surgery and she has been microchip.  She is ready to go!

Glorious Azalea

Glorious Azalea

Glorious Azalea

Glorious Azalea

 

If you are interested, please copy and paste the questionnaire from the questionnaire page, into an email.  Answer the questions and email to us at info@glorioussiberians.com  Thank you!!

Collection of ornate decoration dividers

 

To see pictures of prior litters please our Kitten Gallery!  Click here for kitten pictures from prior litters.  

 

Glorious Siberian kittens are raised in our living room underfoot where they receive lots of interaction from ourselves and special friends as well.  Kittens are ready to go to their forever homes at four months of age.  By then the kittens will have received all inoculations, rabies vaccine, are tested for worms and parasites, are micro-chipped for life long identification and are spayed or neutered.

Are kittens too old to bond at four months?  No, they are well adjusted, and ready to bond with you and adapt to their new home.  The extended time with their mother, brothers, sisters and us builds their confidence and teaches them how to get along with others.  At this stage they are like a five year old child developmentally and will depend on you to love them, keep them safe and continue to teach them about their world.

We socialize our kittens with the help of a variety of special friends

Our goal is to raise healthy, well adjusted kittens, ready to embrace their new life with you!

         

We reserve the right to withhold breeder’s choice kitten(s) from sale,

and the right to refuse sale to anyone.

Kittens are reserved once a deposit is received.  The deposit is non-refundable.

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