Adults

Our breeding cats are shown below, and are not for sale. 


Cheri


Angara Cheri 

Black Classic Tabby w/White

DOB  04/01/2017

Fel d1 allergen -  Exceptionally Low 

Sire: GC, AW Folie a Duex Harold Hill of Angara

Dam: Angara Petunia

Owner: Meredith, Stayton, OR


Elsa


Maplewoods Elsa 

Black Mackerel Torbie

DOB 09-11-14

Fel d1 allergen - Very Low

Sire: Angara Stoli

Dam: Whites Zeva

Owner: Meredith, Stayton, OR




Lundberg Oona

Female: Black Mackerel Tabby w/White 

DOB 07/27/2018

Fel d1 allergen, Extremely Low 

Sire: Dawnsnow Barracuda

Dam: Angara Cheri

Owner: Meredith  - Stayton, OR




Skyeblue Hermione 

Black Mackerel Tabby w/White

DOB 02/15/2013

Fel d1 Allergen,  Low

Sire:  StThomas Pavel Lx.

Dam: PreciousPaws Sophie

Owner: Meredith, Stayton OR




Sonya


Angara Sonya

Female Black Patched Torbie 

DOB 10/28/2018 

Fel d1 Allergen,  Very Low

Sire: Folie A Deux Harold Hill of Angara

Dam: Angara Puff

Owner: Chris, Boring OR

Swahili



SiberLove Swahili

Female Black “Brown" Torbie 

DOB 08/24/20

Fel d1 Allergen,  Normal

Sire: Alexander Kusmichoff

Dam: BlueBell Vistula

Owner: Chris, Boring OR




Griffina




Lundberg Griffina

Female Blue Spotted Tabby 

DOB 14/18/21

Fel d1 Allergen,  Extremely Low  (0.2 mcg)

Sire: Angara Malusha

Dam: Lundberg Oona

Owner: Meredith Lundberg, Stayton OR


Cattery Stud

Malusha


Stud: Angara Malusha of Lundberg

Male: Blue Lynx Point

DOB:  12/10/2019

Fel d1 allergen - Extremely Low

Sire: NH Siberians Travis

Dam: Angara Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Owner: Meredith Lundberg, Stayton Oregon




Understanding Allergen Levels in Breeding Siberians

From 2003-2008, we performed large scale testing in combination with UC Davis.  We found that all cats, including Siberians, produce some Fel d1.   Saliva testing tends to be more reliable than fur tests, but both methods are subject to biological errors. We test our breeding Siberians using the same 3-part method as the kittens, as it is far more accurate than the our early test methods we developed. These test methods were developed by Lundberg Siberians and  KittenTesting.com using methods that reduce biological collection errors. 

Test results & levels are specific to test protocols and kits produced by KittenTesting.com 

Catteries currently using these tests are listed here:  Testing Catteries.


Saliva Test Range for Adult Siberians - range 0.20 to 16 mcg © 

Ex. Low 0.1 - 1.0 mcg ~ hives, swelling, severe sneezing, airway constriction

Very Low
1.0 -1.75 mcg ~ itchy skin, light sneezing, severe runny nose, mild asthma

Low
1.75 - 2.5 mcg ~ moderate symptoms, runny nose, eye irritation, coughing
Medium
2.5 - 3.5 mcg ~ ok for very mild allergies - eye irritation and stuffy nose

Normal
3.5 - 16 mcg ~ NOT recommended for homes with cat allergies

Saliva tests ranging from 0.008 to 27 mcg have been reported, but the outer ranges were outside statistical significance. Most retests showed these wider ranges to be unstabile tests.


Fur test ranges for mature breeding Siberians ~ 20 mcg - 400 mcg  © 

Extremely low: 10 mcg - 40 mcg ~ hives, swelling, severe sneezing, airway constriction
Very low:           40 mcg - 80 mcg
~ itchy skin, light sneezing, severe runny nose, mild asthma

Low level:
         80 mcg - 120 mcg ~ moderate symptoms, runny nose, eye irritation, coughing

Medium low:
  120 mcg - 200 mcg ~ ok for very mild allergies - eye irritation and stuffy nose

Normal high:
 200 mcg - 400 mcg ~ not recommended for homes with any cat allergies

Fur test results from 5-10 mcg and to 400-950 mcg have been reported, but not at statistical significance.

Chart of Allergy levels and Reactions copyrighted in 2005 and in 2015 by KittenTesting.com & by Lundberg Siberians.  


U© Meredith Lundberg 2015