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About Siberians


Originally bred in Russia, Siberian cats are considered semi-long haired cats.

Curiously, the name Siberians doesn't come from the region of Siberia as some might think, but is a comment on the cat's thick, heavy coat that protected them from the winter temperatures of Russia.

The breed has a solid built, often growing quite large up to 15 to 20 pounds for males, and 10 to 15 pounds for females. They are strong and exceptionally intelligent cats. The fur is usually medium-long, textured and tabby patterned.


Known for their dog-like loyalty, the Siberians are highly intelligent and will develop a strong bond with their owner. They are very devoted cats and love children. They are eager to receive affection and give it, often wanting to spend hours curled up on a lap, getting their chin scratched. They are easily trained, well-behaved, and extremely attentive. They are great companions and do extremely well in families with children.


A hardy breed, the Siberians tolerate most weather, as their coats protect them from the cold and the heat. They are considered healthier and require less care than some other pedegree breeds. They have no speciific health issues and are often considered hypoallergenic.


Considered hypoallergenic, this particular breed is noted to cause no or less reaction in many of those who suffer allergies to cat fur. Females especially are said to produce less allergens and thus are recommended to those with allergies who still want to keep a cat.

Of course, each person should test his reaction to their cat of choice first, as reaction differs with each individual and the severity of the allergy, and some individuals may still suffer symptoms.