Available for Sale

Current as of 11/06/2022

From the 2019 issue of “Kittens!” from Catster.com

Siberians do well with other cats and dogs; enjoy playing with kids.

Siberians are problem solvers; be prepared to match wits with this breed.

“. . . A Siberian does best when given plenty of playtime, training and attention.  This cat will stick near you, but don’t get a Siberian if you want a lap cat . . .”

Glorious Duke Ellington and Frederick Douglass

These young, neutered males are available for sale. They were born March 10, 2021. Both have been laboratory tested and are Extremely Low Fel d1.

We’ve raised the boys like our own pets. They are affectionate, active and both like to play fetch. Frederick is a bit more active than Duke. They enjoy being held and cuddled, and also enjoy independent time. Both have very nice, stable temperaments and will make excellent, loving companions.

Frederick would do best as someone’s only cat. He is sweet, sensitive, and submissive.

We didn’t offer them for sale until earlier this year. And as usual, we recommend allergy testing in person.

Duke and Frederick are beautiful, brown/black mackerel tabbies with plush coats.

They may go to their forever home by themselves (single cat) or be purchased together.

UPDATE: Duke is reserved and no longer available.

Fred & Duke 2

Frederick is on the left and Duke is on the right

Fred & Duke

Fred & Duke 3

Frederick 3

Frederick is has a slightly cooler coloring

Duke

Duke is slightly warmer colored Now Reserved

They are both extremely low Fel d1 level. Levels this low are special and for this reason we prefer that they go to homes that need Very Low or Extremely Low allergen levels.

The boys may go to their forever homes separately. You do not need to purchase both.

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Until kittens are at least 12 weeks old, we don’t know what their Fel d1 allergen levels might be.  Once we have decided which kittens will be laboratory tested, we will begin the the reservation process.

Rather than relying on a wait list, we post available cats and kittens on this page. Please check this web page and let us know right away if you see a kitty that you are interested in. Folks that have contacted us previously will be given preference in the case that more than one party wants a particular cat or kitten.

If you are interested in purchasing an available kitty,  please go the Questionnaire page, copy and paste the questionnaire into an email. Answer the questions and email to info@glorioussiberians.com

The questionnaire is very important!  Siberians are not cookie-cutter cats and it is important to us to get a good match between human and cat. That is the purpose of the questionnaire.

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

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Glorious Siberian kittens are raised in our living room, kitchen and bathroom. Truly underfoot where they receive lots of interaction.  Kittens are ready to go to their forever homes just after four months of age.  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, just the opposite. 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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