Indianapolis, Indianna. Aboriginal Siberian cattery. Home of our first pure Siberian cats. Maria and George have supported and encouraged our efforts to diversify the North American Siberian breeding lines by importing pure foundation Siberians.
Working exclusively with Traditional and Foundation Lines, a new cattery owned by Kat Delp has opened in Quakerstown, PA. Kat is strongly focussed on bringing healthy, new genetics from Russia into North America to ensure the survival of the aboriginal Russian cat.
Irina and Anna breed incredible Siberian cats and are warm and supportive breeders. We feel so fortunate to know them and to have their Sher here with us :)
Irina and Anna Parshins, Tomsk, Siberia, Russia.
home phone +7 3822 656187
Traditional breeder with foundation and traditional lines. Leads for health, type, and diversity in Breeding. Focus on collaboration between breeders and fans of the Siberian cat, this breeder generously led us to Zhelan Manchzhury <3
Live in or near Toronto, Ontario? We highly recommend Dr Ruth Weintrop for your pet care needs! Dr Weintrop has been to our home twice and examined our cats, so she also knows the ForestWind lines, and how we take care of our Siberian cats.
Animal law in estate planning is primarily providing for the care of pet animals after the death of their human owners. It also involves the rights of animals as our society evolves and recognizes that pets and working animals are more than mere "goods to be discarded after use".
Since our second year of breeding, we have donated monthly to the Winn Feline Foundation to support health research in cats.
Donating is easy and can be accomplished on an automatic monthly donation via paypal!
List compiled by Jeffrey D. Rakes
Reprinted from PET Magazine's Cat Care Guide, Summer 1987
Updated with the assistance of Dr. Jill Richardson,
ASPCA National Animal Poison Control Center, December 1997
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Friendly discussion about all types of feline genetics amongst geneticists, cat fanciers and pet owners of pedigreed and random-bred domestic cats. Topics include color and pattern inheritance, conformation, inherited defects, inherited behavioral traits, how to select for specific traits in breeding and many other topics related to feline genetics. Interested people are cordially invited to join, participate in the discussions, ask questions, read the archived messages and contribute.
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The wildcat (Felis silvestris) is a small cat found throughout most of Africa, Europe, and southwest and central Asia into India, China, and Mongolia. Because of its wide range, it is classed by the IUCN as Least Concern. However, crossbreeding with domestic cats is extensive and has occurred throughout almost the entirety of the species' range (Wikipedia).