- Seacliffe Siberians breeds low-allergen Siberian cats in Auckland, New Zealand.
Our Siberians are pedigreed, and bred from low-allergen lines with no known history of HCM or PKD (heart and kidney diseases).
Their Fel d1 allergen levels are measured (a lab test), so that we can match each kitten to a home where they will not cause an allergic reaction. (Not all Siberian cats are low-allergen.)
Kittens are raised in our home and are part of our family. They are playful, affectionate and, of course, extraordinarily cute.
We are registered as breeders with TICA, the International Cat Association.
Happy Kitten, Happy People
"I thought you might like to see what I get up to, and how much I have grown. I am enormous! I have a big ruff developing, and am SO fluffy. I follow everyone, everywhere, all day long. "
- Stoli (Auckland)
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- Siberian Cat Calina
- Siberian cat Cecilia
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- Siberian kitten Bailey-Stoli
- Siberian kitten Baxter – Caesar
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- Siberian kitten Farley
- Siberian kitten Felix
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- Siberian kitten Foster
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This post appeared to be particularly well-made and, after evaluating it for a few months, we contacted the maker and asked if he could build a larger version that would enable big cats, such as Siberians, to get more of a stretch.
The result is the new 3-level Seacliffe Siberians climbing/scratching post which we now have available for sale.
Please contact Judee for pricing.
Here’s some video of Cici and her son Felix discovering this new scratching post for the first time. Cici is the vocal one!
Our brown mackerel tabby Felix is developing into quite a stunning Siberian cat. At only seven months old (born 1 January 2014) he already sports a magnificent ruff. He’s also big and very affectionate.
Felix is destined to breed when he gets a little older.
In this photo you can get an idea of how huge Felix’s ruff is getting too.
Before she joined us at Seacliffe Siberians last year, our queen Cici (GC Kotchera Cecilia Seacliffe) appeared at a number of cat shows in the United States, thanks to the dedicated effort of breeder Wendy Heidt at Kotchera Siberians in Vancouver, Washington.
In addition to a slew of prize ribbons already won by Cici, Wendy has just sent us this magnificent award based on overall show points for the 2013-2014 season in the US Northwest Region.
Thanks Wendy and congratulations Cici!
Wow, it’s been a while since our last update of the website.
Looking through the recent photos Judee and I liked this one in particular.