We have been lucky enough to have a litter of 5. Four males and 1 female. Two have already been reserved (grey stripey female and dusky male). The two white ones are very similar to look at, apart from one them has a slightly creamier tail than the other. One has link ears and the other has cream ears. The grey one is chunky and very playful. All kittens are being brought up in a family home with the usual sounds and goings on so they will be accustomed to family life. The mother has papers to show she is pure bred and is TICA registered. Father is a stud, pure bred but no papers unfortunately. However, we know he is full Siberian otherwise we wouldn’t let them mate. Therefore kittens will not be registered and just pets. However, my partner and I have always said we would rather have amazing looking cats with great temperaments than a cat with papers who’s mediocre. Flea and worming and health check will take place on 17/6/22. Kittens are doing very well at litter training and feeding well, a mixture of good quality dry and wet food. Kittens will not leave us until they are at least 12/13 weeks old. This breed is superb for people with allergies as my son has them and he is fine around our cats. Deposits will not be taken unless you visit first. If you have any questions please contact. Thanks for reading.
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