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How much does a Siberian kitten cost?

How much does a Siberian kitten cost?

Siberian kittens typically cost between $1,200 and $4,000, depending on pedigree and age. Why the high price tag? This breed is expensive due to their high demand and the relatively low number of purebred Siberian cats outside of Russia.

How much should you feed a Siberian kitten?

In general, kittens up to six months of age can be fed up to three times per day and often eat a bit more per pound in body weight than an adult cat (they’re growing, after all). After about a year old, cats can be fed once or twice per day.

Are Siberian cats worth the money?

On average, you may expect to pay a price of anywhere from $1100 to $1700 for a purebred Siberian kitten. That may seem like a lot of money, but remember, you are looking for a friend and a companion for the next twenty years of your life. Pets are generally costly, but purebred cats (or dogs) are especially pricey.

Are Siberian kittens aggressive?

Siberian cats love their family, even children and dogs. Though not usually aggressive, Siberian does want to be treated with respect and her fierce sense of loyalty may entice her to attack even larger animals if pushed. Though mostly quiet cats, they are natural mousers.

What should I feed my Siberian kitten?

Choosing the Best Food for Siberian Cats Siberians need a cat food that provides them complete and balanced nutrition based on their age and activity levels. High-protein options like Pro Plan Savor Shredded Blend Formulas will provide them the fuel these energetic felines need.

Why do Siberian kittens bite?

Aggressive biting often happens during a petting session, when the human companion either doesn’t understand, or ignores the cat’s body language. While some cats love to be petted for hours on end, sometimes a cat will become over-stimulated for one reason or another, and will want to opt out of the petting session.

How can I tell if my kitten is a Siberian?

Siberian cats are distinguished by their thick, triple-layer coats. Look for long guard hairs (the outermost coat), followed by the awn hairs (or middle coat) and then a soft supple undercoat. In their native Russia, these many layers help protect Siberian cats from the intense cold.

How much does it cost to get a Siberian cat?

Once you go onto secure a kitten a holding deposit of $500 is due and the deposit of $700 will be deducted from the total price of a pet at the time of securing a kitten from us.

Is there a waiting list for a Siberian cat?

Siberians are one of the most hypoallergenic cats known to man! Allergy sufferers WELCOME!!! Not ready for a kitten? Put your name on the waiting list and see future kittens first!

Can you bring a New Siberian kitten home?

Bringing a new Siberian kitten home is one of the most exciting things that can ever happen to you! You’ve probably been counting days till you can go and pick up your little sweetheart from the breeder. Your family members are probably very excited too. However, bringing a new pet home is also a big responsibility.

When do Siberian kittens need to be desexed?

At ten weeks of age your Siberian kitten will be desexed and micro chipped. At this stage we will need to know your full contact details including all phone numbers and addresses prior to this appointment. At eleven weeks of age prior to your new Siberian kitten being ready to come home we will contact you to arrange collection or shipping details.