Cartier Siberians kittens go home at approximately twelve weeks of age.
No. The health of our breeding cats and kittens is of utmost importance. Many communicable diseases are easily carried in on feet and clothing that we do not wish to risk. We welcome you to visit our Dainah Rico Siberians Facebook page, Dainah Rico Siberians Instagram page, Dainah Rico’s personal Facebook page, and Instagram, to see how our Siberians live and are cared for.
Absolutely! The health of our Siberian cats and kittens is of utmost importance to us.
No. However, most of our clients with allergies to cats have found that they can live with their Siberian kitten or cat with little to no reaction. Please read our return policy.
Absolutely! Socialization is very important and we believe goes hand in hand with the health of a kitten. Our Siberian cats and kittens are never caged and travel often, along with our German Shepherd, with me from our home to our office and pet boutique. By the time kittens go home, they are used to people, places, dogs, noises, music, and traveling!
No, my Siberians roam freely.