As you may know, inviting people into your home can be quite dangerous. There are many anti breeder and animal rights activists out there, and we do not want to risk getting one into our home. Thereby We limit visits as much as possible. The stranger visits are extremely stressful for the kittens when they hear and smell things unknown to them, and their mothers who are very protective of their youngsters, especially with strangers. In addition to this, young kittens are extremely vulnerable to airborne diseases and their mother’s stress. For this reason, we limit visitors to people who come pick their kitten up.
Are you allergic to cats?
Low allergen or “hypoallergenic” cats are known to produce fewer allergens than “regular” cats. Please note that when we say Hypoallergenic, we don’t mean that the Siberian is non-allergenic. There is no breed that is completely non-allergenic.
There is protein in the cat saliva called Fel D1. This protein causes the problems of allergies. When the cat clean herself by licking her fur, the allergen-laden spit dries and become airborne. It then start looking for a warm home in your sinuses. However, the fact is that some cat breeds produce less of this protein than others and that’s why we call them hypoallergenic.
Some facts that you need to know before buying a cat in general:
The males cats produce more allergenic secretions than females.
Intact males produce more than neutered males.
It has been noticed that the dark cats tend to produce more than light-colored ones and no one knows why.
It’s also a fact that Kittens produce fewer allergens than adults.
What shall you do before buying a cat from us?
We do recommend checking if you are allergic to cats. There are many allergy doctors who can provide you an advice.