Welcome to ForestWind Siberian's online home!
At ForestWind Siberians, located in Pittsburgh, PA, our goal is to connect you to the Siberian companion who most comfortably complements your lifestyle and home.
We are a small, cage free, feline friendly Siberian Cat Breeder dedicated to ensuring your pet Siberian is happy, healthy, and huggable, while we work to ensure the preservation of the aboriginal Siberian cat. We nurture your kitten purchase with factual, down to earth information on topics of interest and support to you.
We take your ForestWind Siberian kitten or cat's health so seriously that we provide a comprehensive genetic health warranty that additionally includes FIP.
Our adult breeding cats are scanned by a Board Certified Veterinary Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist (WHEW, that's a mouthful!), for HCM and PKD. We follow our retired adult cats' health for life. We test our breeding Siberians with Optimal Selection for all the known genetic diseases, and some coat traits. In addition to rabies and distemper vaccinations, all of our adult cats are kept current on their FELV vaccines so that your kitten is sure to be born feline leukemia negative.
Discover what people say about ForestWind Siberian cats by checking out our testimonials or reading any one of our 40 five star reviews on Facebook. Follow up by digging deeper into ForestWind Siberians by reading our Learn About Us page. Wondering how to buy a ForestWind Siberian kitten? Start with our Kitten FAQs and finish with the more specific Kitten Purchase Process.
Enjoy browsing our website to learn about Siberian kitten and cat care; feline health; and what that "hypoallergenic" stuff really means.
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Our many years of sad experiences with the death of one sick rescue cat after another led our family to the healthy and hypoallergenic Siberian cat. As a cat allergic family with asthma issues, the Siberian breed has been a whole new wonderful world!
hypoallergenic cats does not deprive rescue / shelter cats of homes. We place most of our kittens into allergic or asthmatic pet homes. Folks who have cat allergies are unable to adopt a shelter cat . We also find that folks employed in educational, health, and other service fields can be
concerned about carrying fel d-1 into work on their clothing and hair that cause distress to cat allergic patients, students, or clients.