- 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. "
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Category Archives: Cat Allergies
We’ve completed the necessary 3 rounds of saliva sampling for Ariana, Alfie and Alexander, and the samples are now on their way by courier to the USA for analysis of their Fel d1 content. The kittens responded well to the … Continue reading
The kittens had their first round of saliva sampling today, to test their levels of Fel d1 allergen, which is what triggers most allergic reactions to cats. Fortunately, Judee has been training them for the past week, getting them used … Continue reading
Being allergic to cats is nothing to sneeze at (sorry!). And I can’t imagine a much worse situation for anyone with a cat allergy than being on an airplane where cats are traveling just metres away in the passenger compartment. … Continue reading
Italian researchers believe people who do not have cats in their childhood are almost twice as likely to develop cat “sensitisation” in adulthood. And they say that people who have other allergies, or who allow a cat into their bedroom, … Continue reading