is the first registered breeder of Siberians in South
are located in the Adelaide Hills a short 15 minute
drive up the freeway in the beautiful historic township
of Hahndorf. We were first introduced to this beautiful
breed by my sister who suffers from severe allergies and
asthma as does my family. She has never been able to
come in contact with cats without having an allergic
reaction until she was made aware of this alleged
hypo-allergenic breed. Her family now lives
harmoniously with two Siberians. My sister’s success
led us to acquire our first Siberian, Miakoschka Kira,
who has been our inspiration to promote this wonderful
then we have imported many new lines from Europe and
Our cats are reared in a loving environment, treated
as part of our family and are well socialised with
children and pets.
Beautiful Siberians raised with love by our family
cats are often considered hypo-allergenic because many
people with cat allergies have little or no reaction to
them. These cats, in comparison to other domestic cats,
have very little of the protein FEL-D1.
protein is transmitted through saliva onto the fur when
a cat cleans itself leaving dander which, in other cats,
is known to affect those with cat allergies.
Siberian cat is thought to have originated in Russia and
first appeared in documented history in the year 1000.
They were first imported to the USA in 1990 and to
Australia in 2002.
very affectionate, intelligent, playful, gentle and
loyal, leading many to describe their character as
have a triple purr and unlike other breeds make a
‘chirping’ sound when they greet you. They are very
inquisitive by nature and they are fascinated by water. These
with children and adjust well to other pets making
them an ideal addition to any family.
They are a medium to large cat with a moderately long
haired coat in various colours and patterns. Maturity
can take up to five years Physically they are strong,
powerful and very agile with males being larger than
The facial expression is alert but sweet with large
almost round eyes. The general impression of the cat is
one of circles and roundness rather than angular as in
some other breeds.