After eight years of breeding low-allergen Siberian kittens, Seacliffe Siberians has closed.
Over the years, we have been privileged to share our home with seven Siberian cats and attend the birth of 68 kittens.
Although it has been hard seeing the kittens leave us, we know they have brought enormous joy to their new families – including many people with cat allergies who thought they would never be able to have a cat, let alone a gorgeous and friendly Siberian.
Some of our retired breeding adults will be staying with us as pets. The others have moved to new homes.
We have appreciated receiving so many photos and updates on “our” kittens from their new families. We have also been touched by the many kind messages we have received since announcing that we were bringing our breeding programme to an end.
Thank you for supporting Seacliffe Siberians, and for those of you who were not successful in getting one of our kittens, we hope you will one day find a suitable cat elsewhere.
“As soon as we arrived home Pico was out of his crate and exploring his new home. He ate all his meals in one go, and spent the evening snuggled up on my lap purring away. He did complain for a few minutes when we shut him out of our bedroom, but after that, he was silent all night. He was very excited to see us this morning and didn’t leave our side, even following us to the bathroom and just wanting lots of play.
“We are in love with him and very happy, and so pleased he seems to be settling in so quickly and is very well behaved.”