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Siberian cat for sale in bangalore
You can see her from her fur the cat with white, she is very pretty and very cute.
The Siberian is very hardy and very strong. She is good with children and with older pets.
She is very fast to adapt to any environment and any change.
A good Siberian is very affectionate and will be close to you, she will like to play with you. She loves to watch you, so if you have time, you can play with her. She will love to be petted and will appreciate this.
You will love to have a pet and it will adore you.
She is an indoor only cat.
She can't be on your lap because she is so fast.
My cat has lived with me for a year now and he loves it here. He has an outdoor house but they live in separate wings and he has never left my side. I love him. If you are thinking about getting a cat and want a Siberian look no further than my kitty
The Siberian is a beautiful cat with nice colors. Like the Siamese it was thought that it's color would help the cat with cold winters but it's not really true. It's a cool cat. If you are looking for a Siberian make sure you ask for one that is in the light yellow/green area. I love this cat. She is so smart. I have had her for about 2 years and she is a cat from the top. You can find Siberians from around $100 to $600 on kijiji. This is an indoor cat.
I don't have much to say about this kitty, i have to say that i've had him about 6 years and i don't know what i could do without him now and even if i wanted to give him up, i don't know that i could be as happy without him as i am now. his only faults are his loud and demanding nature, he has the habit of going over the top in his demands when i don't immediately grant him a favour, and an ungodly temper. but you should probably go a Siberian cat is quite big and a full grown male can reach over 30 kg and this kitten i got was no exception. all in all i would reccomend this breed to any owner.
If you're going to get a kitten look for someone who'll show you a little about Siberian cats, you should make sure they are actually Siberians. Siberian have very few of the usual problems other cats do, they don't get sick easily and don't have allergies. All in all, this cat sounds like a very nice one, but I really can't see how you could give him up and be as happy as you are now.
I've always wanted a Siberian. I like to think that this cat is perfect for me! He loves to play and he loves to be around people. I think that he's perfect!
I agree, the problem is that they're not always easy to live with. Most of the issues can be fixed. The one thing that really concerns me is his temperament. I can't help but worry if he'll turn out to be a bully. The worst thing that could happen is that he'll grow up, have his first litter, then find a family and turn out to be a bully. That is not what I want.
As far as getting him spayed/neutered, it's something that I can't avoid. My husband and I have talked about it, but it would probably be better if I just got him as a house cat, not a companion cat, to avoid some of these issues. If he can be brought up as a house cat, he'll probably have better manners.
Thanks for the tips. I've looked at a lot of sites that feature cat lovers and you can tell how happy they are with their pets.
There's another Siberian that I'm looking at and when I do look at the adoption form it has to be put up by the agency. Would you be able to do that for me? It would really help in my decision.
I've decided not to get him fixed. He's only about 7 months old and I'm still in school. I don't want him to go to the shelter. If the person who adopts him needs help with something I could do it. I don't have anyone to really help me with this cat, but maybe if I have to take him to the vet it will get me used to him.
There is a local shelter that will get him fixed at a very low cost.
I can tell you now that you don't want a bully. He has a lot of potential to be a lovely cat. And if it doesn't work out, no harm done!
I agree with the rescue agency that you should find a good home for your baby, he will give you a lot of pleasure and make you a great friend.
I want to give you some very wise advice as I did get a similar experience with a cat.
My sister gave birth to a little boy cat called "Benny". I loved this cat to death as she took care of him, fed him up to 4 times a day and loved him like he was her own baby. She had him for some years and we loved him. When she decided to move on with her life, she decided to give him to a "rehoming" person and a few days after this she found out that this person was going to drop him off at a cat adoption centre to be euthanised. I don't think she ever recovered from this news as she tried to find him but it was to no avl.
He was only 4 months old when he came to live with us, he was a gorgeous little cat and was completely tame. He never left our home for any length of time and never went out to play. I loved him so much that when we lost our other cat about two weeks later I wanted to give Benny the same treatment.
After a year we took in a female cat who was a little older than Benny had been. She had had 3 litters, each kitten having died the day after birth. Her kittens had been born with some health problems. Her litter was full of kittens that needed to be separated from each other as well as a number of kittens that were "blind".
I am sorry to tell you that this lady was a bully. She did not care about any of her kittens and she spent all of her time tormenting the others and chasing them away when they were trying to nurse. She chased Benny, who was small and a very quiet cat, away every time he tried to reach for a bottle. When he went in to the room where she slept he would have to stand by the door as she would start chasing him, he never went in there. She used to chase the blind kittens too. He spent most of his time alone, as we found he was very lonely.
Finally in December last year we found out that she was pregnant agn and was going to have kittens. We took the other kitten into the spare room so we could find out what to do with the new kittens. We tried everything we could think of to get her to keep them together, but it didn't work. She was completely neglectful to them and they were starving. In the end we got her to promise to have them all fostered to give them some loving homes. I am sure that she would have kept some of them and fed the others herself and would have sold the others but it was all or nothing with her.
A couple of weeks later the babies came and we adopted two of them. The babies were tiny and