Siberian Breeder - Cats - QLD : Perfect Pets Profile

My name is Barbara and I live in South East Queensland. I am a Feline Control Council Queensland member and registered with Moreton Bay City Council. This is my hobby and I will have kittens available throughout the year. The kittens I breed will go to their new homes de-sexed, micro-chipped, vaccinated and parasite treated. They will be litter trained and well socialised as they will be raised in our home.

Are you Allergic to Cats?
Most cats produce a protein called Fel-Dhi. Fel-Dhi is responsible for around 85% of the allergies that people suffer from. Siberian Cats produce far less Fel-Dhi than the average cat. A normal cat produces about 63,000 micrograms of Fel-Dhi, while a female siberian produces around 200 micrograms of Fel-Dhi.
70-90% of people who are allergic to cats will most likely be able to live with a Siberian in their home.
We send kittens throughout Australia and overseas.

For further information please visit my website and facebook page.

Breeder Questionnaire

Question. Do you health test in accordance with the current standards and recommended guidelines for your breed? Can you demonstrate your knowledge of any required DNA or other health related test results concerning your breed (if applicable).
Siberians rarely have genetic problems as they are an aboriginal cat and my imports are all tested.
Question. Do you ensure that your kittens are appropriately socialised? Please provide details about how you raise your kittens to ensure that their environmental and social needs are met, that they are suitable as pets. And, do you ensure that the new family understands and is equipped to continue this socialisation?
Question. What written information about the conditions of sale, warranty, and information concerning the care and maintenance of the breed do you provide?
Full. Information sheet given and here fir my clients always
Question. Is ensuring that your kittens go to the right home a high priority? How do you ensure that the kitten will be a good fit, and be well cared for in its new home? Do you have a verbal or personal interview?
Visits to the Cattery or Online interviews and discussions on care
Question. Do you offer ongoing support? For example: Help with introducing a kitten to other animals; help with any health or behavioural problems that might occur.
Question. In the long term, do you assist with re-homing a kitten or cat if for some reason the new family are unable to care for it?
Question. Do you offer pet insurance?
Pet cover and my cats are guaranteed until they are 5.

Siberian Kittens, Brisbane, QLD - Prideshill Siberians - Siberian Cat Breeder - Brisbane, Queensland

Phone: 0429 066 609
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