Saturday, 21 September 2013

Siberian Kitten Availability

Update 19th January 2014, all Anuta's kittens have now gone to have fun in their new homes.

We have 3 kittens available in Anuta's litter, 2 boys and 1 girl individual photos below.

The photos were taken this week and all kittens are doing well. They are very funny with their antics and are starting to explore outside the kitten room. Stairs are still a bit of challenge but they will soon be running up and down them.

Anuta's kittens will be able to go to their new homes at the end of October but this will be confirmed once they have been for their first vaccine.

We do still have available 2 of Tabitha's boys Rico and Rylen and they are ready to go to their new homes now. The boys aren't suitable for allergy or asthma sufferers.

Please email for more details.

Reserved - Black Silver & White Boy

Reserved - Black Silver & White Girl

Reserved - Blue Silver & White Boy

Thursday, 12 September 2013

What's Happening in USA Could Happen Here!!

We belong to the TICA Siberian Group and through this we have over the last few months received emails about what is happening in America and it really scares us if this came here. 

This is a blog post which was sent to us recently and you only need to substitute dog for cat. The article discusses the new Rules which have just been approved. 

The rules/legislation (sorry I'm not sure of the full terms) being brought in by APHIS are very frightening. And the policies will affect ALL animals. 

From this article and others we get the impression that the Animal Activists don't want anyone to have pets. If they get there way, we don't think they have thought about what will happen to all the pets. They just don't want you to have any! 

We are just one family who would find our home very empty without Fudge, Nog, Pepper and our extended Siberian family. Yes they take a lot of devotion, time and money but we wouldn't be without them. I do have health issues (no not looking for the sympathy vote, it's a fact I have various illnesses) and without the love of Fudge, Nog, Pepper and the Sibs there are many days I wouldn't get through. They make me laugh when I cry, when the days of endless pain feel never ending they do something silly which makes me laugh. And after completing the Pain Management Programme this year laughing does help :)

Last month Andy, my mum and I supported the Birman Rescue Fun Day. Which we thoroughly enjoyed and a mammoth £2028 was made! The reason I mention it here is because at the Fun Day was a young boy who didn't communicate with his family until one day they adopted a Birman and he started talking to her. Now he is very different young boy. It's such a lovely story and one that hopefully will be repeated in years to come. 

If rules and legislation like the ones in America get out of control and they are brought in over here there are a lot of people and families out there who could lose a beloved member of their family. 

Breeders will be forced to stop breeding or will be faced with having to stop rearing kittens inside their homes to abide by the new rules. If there are no pets, we don't need all the support services that go with them, no vets, no groomers, no pet food, no toys. This won't just affect breeders it will affect the global economy and families who have jobs in the pet industry. It really is all very frightening and not a future to look forward to...

Monday, 2 September 2013

Kitten Update & Availability

Just a short note about where we are with our Siberian kittens and I wanted to post a few more photos of Anuta's cute bunch while I wait for Andy to take their next ones. Anuta and babies are doing really well and growing so fast!

Andy has collected some of Anuta's fur for me to post out to a couple of families who were interested in one of her kittens. I will hopefully send it out this week.

Anuta's babies will be ready to go to new homes end of October, please email for more information.

It looks like we have now found homes for 2 of Tabitha's kittens so we only have available Rico and Rayden. Both are lovely boys. Rayden is a unique colour with a sweet nature and Rico has a cheeky streak. The boys are available to go to their forever homes now, please email for details. As I posted previously the boys aren't suitable for allergy or asthma sufferers.

We are now waiting for our next Siberian babies to arrive and I will update the blog with news when we have any. We are expecting Silver and Brown Tabbies, maybe Blue Tabbies and Black Smokes all with and without white. So with home improvements underway, work and the kits the next couple of months will fly by!