First of all, check my blog for recent pictures and details of younger kittens, some of which might be suitable for breeding purposes.
We breed only traditional Siberians, and we sell cats for breeding only with traditional lines. Mixing with colorpoints is not permitted.
We strive to preserve and enhance the diversity of the breed by preserving rare Siberian lines and offering such cats primarily to other like-minded breeders. At this moment we have a few cats from rare lines for serious breeders. Our breeding cats are part of the family, and the males have the run of the house, so our cats can go only to breeders who treat them as pets.
We have three cats available to breeders from a unique foundation line. I brought a foundation cat from Russia, a female named Tosha Russkaya Krasa of Cica (brown classic tabby), and she had only two litters and then had to be retired and spayed. Her second litter came from a mating with GCh ACFA, Ch. TICA Cica's Yaroslav Zhandarmovich Black. Since this is such a rare line, I consider it vital to keep it alive in the U.S., and so I am keeping these cats unaltered for a while in case a breeder wants to introduce this valuable new line into his/her breeding program. These three littermates (DOB 6/1/2010) are:
Cica's Prokhor Yaroslavovich, solid black male
Cica's Pankratii Yaroslavovich, silver classic tabby male
Cica's Praskovya Yaroslavovna, brown classic tabby female
We also have another very high quality male with a rare pedigree that can never be replicated: Cica's Iura Zosimovich, brown classic tabby
This cat’s father is Zosim. We also have a few Zosim kittens, which are thus the second generation from the foundation cat Tosha, which we are keeping unaltered for a while to see if there is any demand.
Another potential useful breeding cat is Khariton black (DOB 9/22/2010)
Two kittens out of Ivanka Veshchii Son by Cica's Timur Yaroslavovich are under observation in my cattery for breeding value:
1 brown mc tabby male
1 brown mc tabby female
Another breeder that I cooperate with has additional kittens from this line in Western Pennsylvania. Write to me if you are interested in getting details on those cats.
We also have cats available for fostering/breeding for people who live not too far from us. These are some of our breeding or future breeding cats which we would like to use for a few litters, and after they are done breeding the foster home will become their permanent owner. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please get in touch with us by email to discuss it.