to our Siberian Cats
Where it all began
For us, everything started by chance.
We take a cat, we tame, he becomes a member of the family, we take another one and one day ... we end up with kittens without knowing how to handle them and what to do with them.
And then, we discover a passion.
And we do not ask any more questions.
Our life is related to cats, conditioned by cats and determined by cats.
Our cats ...
Siberian cats Neva Masquerade.
Ink was poured on them. You will find the description of the breed, the character, the eating habits and so on the Internet without any problem.
We prefer to talk to you about feelings.
These are little jewels. It's beauty, delicacy, elegance, gentleness, intelligence, in short, it's love.
WhAT are they FOR US?
Above all, it's our family.
They are our babies that we love, we educate, we cherish and who are with un for better and for worse!
We play together, we sleep together, we eat together too ...
Where do they come from?
All our cats come directly from Russia and more precisely from Moscow from 7 different well known catteries
Mme Veronika BRAOUER
320 avenue Pierre Brossolette
Résidence Anjou N7
13400 AUBAGNE FRANCE
N° SIRET: 800 978 413 000 22
N° Inscription au LOOF: 32554
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All our cats have the pedigrees established in Russia and they are all registered in LOOF (Official Book of Feline Origins). They are the descendants of great lines of Champions, Great Champions, European Champions and World Champions.
Regarding health, you should know that the Siberian is a rustic and relatively young breed, that is to say that the real Siberians very rarely get sick. The only genetic disease sought in Siberian cats is PKDef (Deficiency in Pyruvate Kinase), present in 4% of cats.
All of our Siberians have been tested negative for PKDef.
But also for IVF (acquired cat immunodeficiency syndrome) and FILV (feline leukosis).
Their parents had been tested negative for PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) and HCM (Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy).
Research has shown that Siberians produce less protein, called Fel d 1, responsible for allergies in humans. Despite this, it seems prudent to invite you to spend time with our Siberians before considering an adoption.