- 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.
Seacliffe Siberians is registered as a breeding cattery with the International Cat Association and is a member of the Responsible Breeder Programme.
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The P Kittens are 10 weeks old and very active – which means they get very sleepy too.
These photos were taken two days ago in one of the kittens’ favourite spots. Often we’ll find all four kittens plus mum curled up here.
In this case, Pavlov had mum all to himself late in the evening. The photos are a bit grainy as I didn’t want to disturb the cats by using a flash.
Here’s another of the birthday cats who turned five years old yesterday. Remy was originally named Barney and is one of our very few ginger kittens.
Remy still loves going outside in his harness and lead – sometimes just for a wander around the house and garden, sometimes out for a walk around the neighbourhood. It’s not uncommon for passers-by to comment on how beautiful he is or how how unusual it is to see a man walking a cat. 🙂
He is such a lap cat – if either of us sit down in the lounge, especially with a blanket over the lap, he’s curling up in no time. We love it.
He always sleeps on the bed at night, usually by our legs – but during the colder months either of us may get a polite tap on the forehead during the night which means ‘I want to come under the blankets’. We lift them up by our head and in he comes!
He’ll signal it’s playtime by leading one of us to the closet where his toys are, and one his favourite is a simple ball of foil he can chase.
He greets us enthusiastically at the door whenever we come home, looking for cuddles.
Remy was an adorable kitten too, as you can see from the photo below.
Happy 5th Birthday Stoli and the other B kittens! Stoli will be celebrating with his favourite dish: tuna, tuna, and more tuna!
We love our big ball of fluff, he is such an integral part of our family. We couldn’t imagine life without him!
(Stoli was originally known as Bailey.)
How time flies. The five B Litter kittens are five years old today.
Here’s a flashback to when they were just tiny. They are with their mother, Calina. Their father is Harley.
UPDATE: Otis has been purchased, and will be moving to Christchurch in a few days.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the family who adopted Otis have had to return him.
As much as we love having Otis back with us at Seacliffe Siberians, he does need to find his forever home as soon as possible. He is five months old and still a playful kitten.
Otis is a handsome male tabby who is very affectionate and has a wonderfully soft coat.
If you know anyone who is looking for a very special little cat (he’s good with children too) please let them know.
See more on the Otis page.
Got this nice photo and note from Emily. She and Mike, and their daughter Aria, have Stoli (ex Bailey) from our B Litter.
Stoli is well-travelled, having lived with Emily and Mike in Hong Kong for a couple of years before returning to Auckland.
Maybe she’s waiting for her bath?
Or thinks it’s a good place to hide?
Our lovable and mischievous Hoku in the sink – a popular spot for cats, it seems.
Farley is a blue tabby with white Siberian born at Seacliffe Siberians on New Year’s Day 2014. Now almost four years old, Farley lives with Vicki and her family in Auckland.
Farley is as loving and laid back as ever. He’s also one BIG cat. In the evenings he comes and lies beside me on the sofa (3-person sofa) and stretches out so he takes up two and a bit of the seats!
He has also got a fan in Zain, who is just fascinated with him. Farley will rampage around the room chasing a toy and Zain watches in admiration and total awe. Farley also likes to pop his head up and over the high chair tray while I’m feeding Zain just to say “hi”, but really to check that Zain isn’t eating something that he thinks he wants.
As I write this now, Farley is savaging Ada’s soft toy crocodile. He definitely hasn’t lost his cheeky side.
– Vicki, 4 Sep 2017