Siberian Kittens & Cats
Welcome to Lakeland Siberians. We are a small family-owned, home-based, clean cattery in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area of Minnesota specializing in high quality purebred traditional colored and color point/Neva-masquerade Siberian cats and kittens. Low allergen!
Cats and Kittens
Our daughter who gets itchy, runny eyes and sneezing with regular cats has no problem with our Siberian cats even when they sleep on her bed at night. Our kittens are raised underfoot in our home with our children and come to you very well socialized. Our cats are part of our family and very loved. We got our first Siberian in 2008 and fell in love with the breed. Please email to be put on our wait list if you are interested in a kitten.
Our goal is to produce healthy, excellent quality, pure-bred kittens for pets or show quality if desired.
All of 0ur cats and kittens are purebred and registered with The International Cat Association (TICA).
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Siberians have very mild, gentle personalities. They possess dog like devotional attributes such as being loyal, affectionate, playful and intelligent. They enjoy the company of other pets and people and are very gentle around children. Siberians love to purr, they are quiet and mellow and extremely personable in nature. I was so impressed when we got our first Siberian, Kcujo. He has never begged or cried for food. He will just sit patiently by his food dish and wait until he is fed. Our females are the same and never beg either. They are very well-behaved cats, never getting into things like our former cats did. We trained them to use scratching posts. Our cats are not declawed. Declawing is similar to cutting off a person’s finger at the first knuckle. It can permanently change a cat’s personality and disposition. It is very easy to train Siberian cats to use a scratching post. You can also have their claws trimmed at your vet or local pet store for a very small fee and I have seen it done at the vet's office in less than 2 minutes and most cats don’t mind.
Siberian cats are thought to have less of the Fel d-1 protein that people tend to be allergic to. This protein is secreted through the sebaceous and/or salivary glands as the cat grooms itself, dries on the fur and is spread as dander. Siberian cats also shed less than other breeds of cats.