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Lundberg Zorro walking in the snow.  Zorro is a black & white Siberian with a massive coat.  He was leash trained early, and enjoyed his walks. 

 Photo by Tom Lundberg

Cattery Allergy Visits

if your allergies are severe, you should spend time with a known low Fel d1 Siberian.  This is the best way to  be sure that you can have a cat.  Individuals who are allergic to horses, rabbits, or who have food allergies to milk, eggs, pork or beef should always visit a Siberian prior to purchase.  Many people who react to horses are still highly allergic to low Fel d1 Siberians.  To arrange a cattery visit for allergen testing, please download our Allergy Visit Form.

Kitten Application

We keep current litters updated on our Kittens page.  Our Kitten Application covers questions regarding allergies, as many of the families we work with are allergic to cats.

Roughly half of Siberians have allergen levels lower than other breeds.  Less than 15% will test in the lowest two allergen levels shown below.  Our typical wait list for tested kittens in the lowest two ranges is 6-12 months.  Normal allergen kittens should be available witin 3 months.

Individuals with mild reactions to cats may wish to consider Untested kittens.  Spending time with a kitten that is 12-14 weeks old is a good predictor of reactions.  Occasionally we allow families to select their kitten prior to that age based on color, but we do not recommend it with allergies.

Kitten Care Guide

Before your kitten comes home, please read and print our Kitten Care Guide.  It covers many things we have learned in the last decade - foods, allergies, and hazards that might  cost your Kitten one or more of “Nine Lives”.   We know, pages without lots of kitty pictures really boring, but your Kitten would like you to read it to them.   =^..^=

`aa.© Meredith Lundberg 2015