Kittens

Kitten Reservations

Wait List - 11/01/19

Abigail R      KY       low
Kathi D         CA      low
Adam N        IL       (2)  v low
Iman A           FL     ex low

Brooke L        WA    normal
Deborah F     OR     Low
Asaaluk I       AK      low / untested
Janet D           OR     normal

Richard D       CA    low - med
Ben D.             NY    (2) v low - med
Patty B            CO     low - normal
Carleen C        WA   ex. low

Jillian H          CA    low
Theresa J        PA    normal
Kathy P           OR   normal 
Lynne R          CA    normal
Twyla M          CA    med / normal


 

photo courtesy of Sarah Starr Photography, Salem Oregon.


Kittens available early in 2019

Skyeblue Hermione ~Kittens Born 10/01/18.
At this time, we expect to test the allergen levels of this litter. In the past, this mating has produced some very low allergen kittens.

Petrov - male black tabby with white boots
Panya - male bigger gray tabby
Palasha - female small gray tabby
Polina - female black tabby


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Sibericat Lucille “Ma Lu” ~ Mating 09.10.18      Due Nov 10

We expect a mix of colorpoint and tabby kittens.   Lucille is a sweet gentle girl with very friendly kittens. This litter will be raised by Becky Lundberg and our grandkids in Portland Oregon.  This litter will not be tested.  It will be a nice litter for families requesting untested kittned or normal allergen.  For minor cat allergies, spending time with individual kittens that are 12 week or older is a good way to find out if you will react.  We do not ship untested kittens to familes with cat allergies.

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Untested Siberian Kittens $1200
When we do not test a litter for allergen levels, we sell them as  untested.
Our prices for untested kittens are quite similar to other breeders. 
We do not guarantee allergen placement of kittens from untested litters.
Our return policy is 3-days for any reason, a return fee may apply.
We do not ship untested kittens to families with known cat allergies.
Snuggling with a kitten older than 12 weeks is one way to check reactions. 


Kittens Tested for Feld1 Allergen Levels - (prices through December 2017)
Individual tested kittens are priced by their tested allergen level. If our prices increase,
the price that was in effect when your application was submitted will be honored. 
Our prices for tested kittens are similar to the few other Siberian breeders who offer testing. 
Testing is the only way to safely place kittens in homs with moderate to severe cat allergies.  
We offer a single $300 discount when two regular priced kittens are purchased together.


Price   Kitten Allergen Level                   Allergic Reaction by Severity ©

$1200   Normal   (3.5–16 mcg)                        Not for homes with cat allergies.
$1800   Medium Low   (2.5–3.5 mcg)           Mild eye irritation and stuffy nose from cat allergies
$2800   Low   (1.75–2.5 mcg)                          Runny nose, severe eye irritation, coughing
$3800   Very Low   (1.0–1.75 mcg)                 Itchy skin, light sneezing, severe runny nose,  mild asthma
$4800  Extremely Low  (0.08–1.0 mcg)       Hives, swelling, sneezing, breathing difficulties, asthma 


Conditions of our Kitten Wait List.

We do not require a deposit for families submit a Kitten Application, but we do request that folks apply to one cattery only.  To be fair to all families, please notify us if you purchase a kitten elsewhere or if your plans change.  We update the wait list on a regular basis.  Applications are removed after the following:  12 months from application date, skipping three litters with acceptable allergen level, and non response to any email from us.

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© Chart of Allergy Levels &  Reactions copyrighted in 2005 and in 2015 by Lundberg Siberians. Commercial use of these allergen charts are restricted to current clients of KittenTesting.com   Test Kits for measuring allergen production in kittens were produced and licensed to several catteries on a limited basis starting in 2010.   See www.kittentesting.com  for more information and a list of catteries that test kittens.


`aa.© Meredith Lundberg 2015