We’re surrounded by kittens! The O Litter was born just over three weeks ago, on 29 April.
Ksana gave birth to four kittens – all boys. The father is Felix.
The kittens are doing great and we’ll publish their individual photos over the next few days.
And this means it’s time to ask for your suggestions of O names, so feel free to post them in the comments are send them to us.
N Litter Siberian kittens at 5 weeks old, 21 May 2017
Today I sat down with the N Litter for some photos. They’re pretty active, having turned five weeks old today, but I thought they might hold still if I photographed them while they were eating. 🙂
This is actually their final meal at the communal plate. They are getting too big for it, and will now graduate to two plates, then to one bowl each when they’re a bit older.
In the next photos, you can see how Nadia (bottom right) likes to sample her siblings’ food by walking straight across the plate. Kittens have no concept of “going around” – they just take the shortest route! Continue reading
Yes, the N Litter kittens all have names finally. Thanks for helping us with your suggestions!
All the photos were taken when the kittens were two weeks old, and they are now just over four weeks old, so this weekend we’ll try to get some fresh photos.
The N kittens began eating solid food yesterday and they have the run of their nursery room, including their own little litter box.
Siberian kitten Nuri at 2 weeks old, 30 Apr 2017
Nuri was the 5th-born of the five N Litter kittens. These kittens turned four weeks old yesterday, but the photos are from when they were just two weeks old. So, they’re even cuter now. 🙂
See more on the Nuri page.
Siberian kitten Niko at 2 weeks old, 30 Apr 2017
Yes, the N kittens FINALLY have names. Thank you everyone who sent us suggestions!
Let’s start the introductions with Niko, a male seal lynxpoint who was fourth of the five kittens to be born.
At four weeks old, Niko was the largest of the litter, at 473g.
See more photos on the Niko page.
In honour of our wonderful Seacliffe mothers: Calina, Cici, Ksana and Hoku.
L: Suki samples the menu at her home home in Sydney. R: Beth gets some fresh air on her cat-proof balcony in Barcelona. Both photos 12 May 2017.
Yesterday was an especially exciting today for Seacliffe Siberians, with two of our graduates in the air simultaneously.
Young Mira was flying from Auckland to her new home in Sydney, where she was given a new name: “Suki”.
And Beth, Wellington’s famous “cat on a leash”, was making her way to Barcelona via Dubai to rejoin her mom Helen on sabbatical.
Both kitties are now ensconced in their new homes and, as you can see from the photos, getting familiar with the important features of their surroundings.
Siberian kitten N3 at 2 weeks old, 30 Apr 2017
Well, we’re hoping to catch some time this weekend to name the N Litter! Meantime, here are some photos of N3, a female blue lynxpoint kitten, taken almost two weeks ago.
I kind of liked this shot of her with her mom Cici, but you can seem some closeups of the baby on her own page.
Siberian kitten N2 at 2 weeks old, 30 Apr 2017
Here’s the first photo of kitten N2. Hopefully the naming committee will meet soon so we can sort through all the suggestions we’ve received!
This kitten is a female tabby and you can see more photos on her own page.
Siberian kitten Elu with his mum Calina, age 26 days, Sept 7 2011
Our first breeding Siberian, Calina, is seven years old today. She retired last year and now lives with a lovely family in the Wairarapa, near Wellington.
Calina had seven litters, and a total of 21 kittens over four years. The top photo is from her first litter of two kittens, born in Toronto.
Calina and the ‘B’ kittens at 15 days old. 15 Oct 2012
Calina’s final litter was the H kittens. Her daughter Hoku stayed with us and had her first litter (the M kittens) on 27 December last year.
Siberian cat Hoku allows her mother Calina to groom her, 4 July 2016