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Siberian Cattery in Canada

Hi all! Thank you for visiting our page, my name is Nelly and I am the breeder of this amazing breed. At Sunnypaw Cattery, we have been building our reputation as a trusted Siberian Breeder in Ontario Canada since 2018. I breed both the Neva masquerade's and the traditional Siberian breed. Our cattery is TICA registered and we take our responsibilities very seriously and strive to ensure the health, safety and well-being of all our kittens. That’s why the happiest days for us are when one of our babies is adopted by a loving and welcoming family. There’s no better feeling than when we match one of our precious kittens with their caring new owner. It’s why we put so much time, love and effort into making sure this special breed continue to be bred.

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He’s still such a little angel. He is a great traveller, settles into all new places so easily and is so calm.

He is super handsome and so smart. He also knows stay, spin and is working on leg weaving and jumping through my arms in hoop

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The Siberian is a truly magnificent creature; large, strong, agile with outstanding and powerful muscles.. The hind legs of the Siberian are slightly longer than the front legs with large and powerful rounded paws. The overall appearance is a cat of great strength and size with an excellent physical tone.  But Siberians are so much more. They are intelligent, loyal, playful, inquisitive, affectionate, excellent with children

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To ensure that our kittens and cats remain in the best of health, in addition to the highest quality food and plenty of love and attention, all our cats receive regular veterinary check-ups and are vaccinated in accordance with the guidelines. Our cattery is FIV, leukemia and worm-free. All our Siberians come with a detailed sales contract, and a one-year health guarantee 

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Most Siberians have a low occurrence of a glycoprotein enzyme called Fel d1 in their saliva. Most  "cat Allergic" people react to the saliva with high glycoprotein transferred to the cat's coat during grooming. It is recommended that you test your allergies with a  live Siberian or request a fur sample to allergy test from the parents before you buy.

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At SunnyPaw Siberian Cattery, we have taken something which started as a family passion and turned it into a successful breeding business. We breed our siberians to have friendly dispositions and fit in seamlessly as incredible family pets that get along very well with kids and other pets in the household!

Since 2018, we have been located in Richmond Hill, Ontario where we live together with our Siberian forest cats. We breed responsibly and according to the best practices of the trade and TICA registration, which makes us your go-to address to find your Siberian

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Richmond Hill, ON Canada

+1 437 971 1979

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