- 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
Category Archives: Siberian Kittens
The six C Litter kittens love to play, then sleep, then play some more. They’re getting pretty good at soccer with a ping pong ball, batting it to each other all over the dining room floor. In the video below, … Continue reading
Comedienne Cara Hartmann (the eHarmony cat lady) is right. Cats in a basket are irresistible! Our kittens love this basket from Solomon Islands. It has lots of openings for them to play with, and it’s easy for them to rock … Continue reading
All six of the C Litter kittens have moved on to solid food in the past few days. Four of them took a little persuading before deciding it really is pretty tasty. But they all still like topping up with … Continue reading
We just received the following update from Stoli, the big, beautiful blue lynx point Siberian cat born at Seacliffe Siberians on 30 September: 23 April 2013 I thought you might like to see what I get up to, and how … Continue reading
Shot this video a couple of days ago, shortly after we lowered the “drawbridge” so the kittens could wander from the nest within the nursery room. They were all in a pretty relaxed state, although it’s getting kind of crowded … Continue reading
The C Litter kittens now have their own web pages where we’ll be posting their photos. You can get to the pages via the Kittens link on the main navigation bar above, or go to the C Litter page.
The kittens are eight days old, and most have had their eyes open for several days. They’re hard to photograph, as they are either lying in a heap, or darting about too quickly to catch.
Calina began giving birth at 4.28am today. Over the next two hours she delivered six kittens: a shell cameo (our first in this colour!), a silver blue, a colourpoint and three tabbies. The largest is the shell cameo, arriving at … Continue reading
VetStreet.com says the most popular kitten names in the USA for 2012 were Bella and Max. Old favourites such as Smokey and Tiger still make the top 10 too. As breeders, our kittens’ names are significant. The first letter indicates … Continue reading
We’re enjoying our final day with Baxter, the big, beautiful flamepoint male from our recent ‘B’ litter. Tomorrow, Baxter flies to Dunedin where he will live with Jessica and Taneli, and their 5-year-old son Sulevi. Baxter has been really affectionate … Continue reading