Taigamoon Cattery
  City of Las Vegas Breeder Permit # U18-006468 and Cat Fancier Permit # U17-008050. 

Our cattery is inspected annually as per the law in Clark County.


 

Taigamoon Cattery

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Therapy Cats

When Stephen Simmons came home from the Iraq War, he struggled to find his place in society. Fighting overseas had conditioned him to expect adrenaline-filled days, so returning to a quiet civilian life was a challenge. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) only compounded the struggle. Stephen turned to running and hiking in Oregon's high mountains with his loving pets - a dog named Puppi and a cat named Burma. Adventure therapy revealed to him that beneath the depression, he really did care what happened to his life. He says, "Adventure therapy has given me immense hope for the future, and a newfound determination to overcome my situation." For more information about Stephen's adventures with Puppi and Burma, check out www.puppiandburma.com and see life from Burma the adventure cat's perspective via instagram at http://instagram.com/burmaadventurecat. 

 
 

We Support Our Veterans.

 We’re proud to support Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc. Siberian Cattery is committed to serving those who have served our country. In addition to providing hypoallergenic therapy pet to veterans, our family and friends take time to give back as well. 

Taigamoon is an active participating cattery of Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc. A Nevada volunteer run non-profit animal protection and welfare organization that was formed with the mission of providing quality prescription companions pets and trained therapy cats to veterans, special needs and service organizations as well as hypoallergenic companions pets. 

PCT is dedicated to the protection and preservation of Siberian Cat. Visit our blog to read about Taigamoon Siberian Cattery’s raising and training of therapy cat then donated to veterans suffering of PTSD and their families.


If you are looking for a therapy animal, Purr-fect Cat Therapy Inc recommends Siberian cats. They are laid back in temperament, do not fear strangers, and are tolerant of new circumstances. These traits prove that Siberians are exceptional as emotional support pets for individuals with special needs. Though large, these felines are gentle around their owners and are not easily startled. They are also trained easily. Cats of this breed readily accept human interaction and are comfortable with plenty of cuddles and strokes. Siberians are generally independent and do not need as much care as dogs. Please visit Purr-fect Cat Therapy Website for more information on the programs or to apply for a Therapy Pet. 


Our very first Imported pair from Russia recently joined PCT, Inc Foster program. Sarsibi Nazar of Taigamoon and Sarsibi Olimpia of Taigamoon both flew to Washington State in February 2018. They started their new life as Therapy pets to an autistic teenager, who absolutely adore them!