We are currently planning the mating of our beautiful Zinojira aka Zoe with our Russian Import Luk'yan for kittens born this Fall, 2018. This will be also Zoe's first litter. Of course this is just a plan, our cats and nature will decide. Please stay in touch with us through social media Facebook and Instagram for latest shows news and happenings.
Please contact us with any questions you may have.
Can we visit your cattery?
Absolutely. We actually are not a business—just a family who has developed a passion for Siberian Cats. Our cats live in our home, and our upcoming breeding cats live with friends in a guardian home setting. We are an active family with four children in our home, which makes scheduling frequent visitors or drop-ins tricky. Additionally, constant visitors to our cats can put them at risk of contagious diseases picked up from other catteries. We do invite new owners to visit our home when they put down a deposit or when they pick up their new friend. If you have further questions, please let us know. We hope that by viewing the photos on our site, you will get a comfortable feeling about the home in which our cats are raised. We thank you for your understanding and will provide you with as many references as you request.
How Can I Meet A kitten That I am Interested in Purchasing?
You should first fill out the adoption application. We will then process your application and coordinate if applicable*
a meeting with the cats that you are interested in. Due to the fact that most of our cats are in foster homes, we typically cannot arrange a special meeting until your application has been approved.
If you would like to visit our cattery before getting on our waiting list, we offer Allergy/Visitation Sittings for a non refundable pre-paid fee of $50. Please note, cats that are not fixed, pregnant, or nursing have higher Feld1 levels.
Our kittens and nursing mom may only receive visitation from their respective pre-approved buyers and only after the kittens are fully vaccinated.
How Much Does It Cost to purchase?
As of June 1, 2018, our purchase fees are as follows:
It is a good idea to check out costs associated with animals before adopting. Adopting / Purchasing an animal is a lifetime commitment, and there are many elements to the total expense and responsibilities (including planning for your pet should anything happen to you).
Note that this is the first investment in the ongoing cost of pet ownership. For more information about the financial commitment you will be taking on, we recommend this article Pet Economics .
How Do I Apply To Adopt A Siberian Cat ?
All of our adoption are processed through Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc. To adopt one of our foster retired Siberian Cat, please fill out the adoption application found here: Online Adoption Application. (link will redirect you to PCT, Inc website) The application has been designed to help us make the best possible match for adopters and cats in our program. The application will ask if you are interested in a specific cat. If you are interested in more than one cat, please write the names of any other cats you are interested in in the “comments” section of the application. Taigamoon Siberian Cattery retire all of breeding Siberian Cats prior 4 years of age, male and female. We doing so to give them the best chance for adoption, health and they deserve their own family too.
Once we receive your application, you will get an emailed confirmation that we received your application. We will typically be in touch to discuss your application within 7 days. Adopting from us makes you part of our Taigamoon Family; we want to be sure that you know that we are an informational and supportive resource for you to contact us anytime.
Why Should Kittens Be Adopted in Pairs Or With A Mentor Cat?
If you are considering adopting a kitten, please take a moment to read this article on kitten development Why Young Kittens Should be Adopted in pairs. We typically do not allow a Siberian kitten to be purchase alone unless there is already another cat in the house. Young kittens that are adopted alone tend to have a higher incidence of behavior problems (such as scratching, biting, and destructive behavior) because they did not learn proper social skills from other cats. Two kittens really are less work than one – they will entertain each other, and are more likely to play with each other than try to climb your drapes!
How Long Does This Process Take?
Once your application is received to make the process go as fast as possible, please make sure to answer all questions on the application thoroughly. We will not process application with missing phone number, unreachable contacts ect... The full processing of your application may take a few days up to a week, but if you have not heard from someone within three business days please send us an email to check on the status at [email protected] Deposit on available kitten are first come - first serve basis from our pre-approved applicants.
When Can I Take My Kitten Home?
Kittens go home no less than 16 weeks old and after their altered. Older and Therapy Kittens may be available please don't hesitate to contact us.
If I See a kitten On The Website, How Can I Take It Home?
The first step is always to fill out an adoption application on our website. Indicate the kitten you are interested in on the application.
How to Prepare For Your New Furry Family Member:
How to Introduce Your New Pet to Other Family Members:
Introducing Cats to Children:
What If It Does Not Work Out With My New Kitten ?
While we strive to help you find the perfect match for your home and family, occasionally your new friend is not an appropriate fit. Always call or email Taigamoon Siberian Cattery with any questions that you have about your new cat/kitten. If you feel that the placement is not working, contact Taigamoon Siberian Cattery for the return of the cat/kitten. We will happily work with you to return your Taigamoon Kitten.
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