Siberian cats in our life…
It is over two year now since we welcomed our first Siberian kittens into our home. LyuMur Alphekka made the long trip from Russia on July 20, 2017, along with our first male. She was everything we had hoped for and more. We cannot imagine a cat with a sweeter personality! That sweetness has passed onto her kittens, who are able to adapt to new homes on the very first day. Nothing could make us happier than to see our little ones adapt so easily and without stress. This is all thankful to Irina’s and Lyuba’s careful choice of Siberian cats – kings and queens, the loving environment their Siberian kittens are raised in, and their attention to everything necessary to insure good health. Now, we know to expect a super sweet personality in our kittens.
If you have perused photos of “Iz Tverskogo Knyazhestva” and “LyuMur” Siberian catteries, you have no doubt noticed the excellent photography skills of Lyuba. A particularly intriguing photo of hers lead to us acquiring our third Siberian on September 30, 2017. She had posted an irresistible picture of Iz Tverskogo Knyazhestva Hartlin and we fell for her hook, line and sinker. Hartlin’s funny character came through and spoke to us. And, our vocal girl is speaking to us and telling us her amazing stories still. She makes us smile and laugh on a daily basis.
Trying to explain what these two girls have added to our lives is impossible; there aren’t enough positive words. We truly love them both!
Through this time, Irina and Lyuba have always been there for us with their expert advice. They have given their serious consideration to any question we have had. It’s a real comfort to know they are only a message away and always willing to help us.
To have made friends on the other side of the world is very special. To receive beautiful, healthy kittens from that far away is a treasure. To be able to give your total trust to someone you have never met face to face is priceless!
Irina and Lyuba, we are blessed to have you and your kittens as part of our lives!
Love and Hugs, Marcia and Larry Long-Croteau