Putting Our Heart Into the Finest Siberian Kittens so They Can Wynn Your Heart
A CATTERY WITH HEART
Founded in 2017 by Wynn, WynnHeart Siberians is a Midwestern cattery based in the Kansas City Missouri area. We are hobby breeders, raising our cats underfoot in our home. Our lovely Siberian pairs, Cossette & Logan, SnowBoots & Stellar, JazzMerry & Bock, Golden Delight & GoldRush have been carefully matched to produce beautiful Siberian kittens. Our goal is to breed exceptional, healthy, loving Siberian kittens which can be enjoyed for years by their forever families.
HEART HONESTY HEALTH
Heart. Not only is heart part of our name, it underlies our whole business philosophy. It all started with love for our magnificent Siberians. Our hearts were won, first by Cossette, then by Logan, and recently by Midnight, Snow Boots, Stellar, JazzMerry, and Amber Twilight. One of our primary goals is to allow people with cat allergies to fully enjoy life with a hypo-allergenic cat. If you have no cat allergies, please consider adopting from an animal shelter and give a homeless cat a home. However, if you have cat allergies like we do, then a low-allergen cat is best. Our Siberian kittens are a good solution for cat lovers who have allergies. We work closely with you, our adopting family, through the adoption process to assure that our kittens "Wynn" your Heart.
Honesty. We do not require payments or deposits until you take your Siberian kitten home. We want you to be confident you are getting the kitten you want before any payment. We do not unethically breed animals just to make a buck. We breed cats because we greatly enjoy kittens and sharing them with cat loving people!
Health. The health of our cats is our top priority. Our cats are routinely taken to the veterinarian for checkups and vaccinations. We provide nutritious, high quality food for our Siberians and we provide a nurturing environment in our home with plenty of love and attention for our felines. To ensure that your kitten is safe and healthy, we do not ship kittens via air; we either personally deliver your kitten or you pick up from our cattery. (We live near Kansas City Missouri).
We are in Kitten Heaven!
Kittens were born in both May and June.
Additional kittens are expected in July.
If you would like to be on our kitten waitlist, please submit an application to adopt.
WebSite was updated on 7/1/2020
Black Golden Spotted Tabby Female
Born 5/29/2020 ReHome on August 21st or Later $1900
Black Golden Shaded Mackerel Tabby Male
Born 5/20/2020 Rehome on Aug 12th or Later $1950
Black Golden Shaded Mackerel Tabby
Born 5/20/2020 Rehome on Aug 12th or later $1900
Reserved for Abby and Jose
Torbie Female with White
Reserved for Abby and Jose
Black Mackerel Striped Tabby Male with White Paws and Bib. Born 5/3/2020
Black Shaded Golden Female Born 5/3/2020
Black Shaded Golden Mackerel Striped Tabby Female
Born 5/20/2020 $1900
Re-Home in mid-August
Lovely Torbie Female - Born 4/22/2020
Re-Home in mid-July $1350
Black Mackerel Stripe Tabby Male
Born 5/20/2020 Rehome in mid August $1400
Lynx Point Kittens Available
5 Lynx Point Kittens Born 6/19/2020
Rehome in mid September $1900 (female) $1950 (male)
Reserved For Rose
Sweet "Brownie" Female with White - Born 5/23/19
Ready to Re-home in Mid August
RESERVED FOR SARA
Precious Blue Lynx Point Female - Born 5/23/19
Location: Western Missouri, near Kansas City
We are a family with moderate cat allergies, but our allergy symptoms are no longer an issue now that we have Siberians.
Siberian cats generally have a lower level of Fel-D1 than other cats, this makes them hypo-allergenic. Hypo means "less". The Siberian still has Fel-D1, but it is at a lower level than many other cat breeds and most people do not experience allergic reactions with a Siberian.
However, there is no such thing as a non allergic cat. Every cat grooms itself and gets saliva with Fel-D1 protein on their fur. Some cats have higher levels of Fel-D1 than others. Even with the lower level of Fel-D1, there are some people who will have a allergic response to a Siberian. However, since the Siberian has a much lower level of Fel-D1 protein in their saliva than other cats, the Siberian is often a good choice for allergy sufferers.
Some breeders offer to send a cat hair sample or other item so that you can "test" how much you react to a particular cat. This is not a valid test. The cat hair sample will lose its allergic qualities while in transit.
Some breeders will do lab testing of the allergen level in their kittens , but that is misleading. Kittens naturally produce lower allergens than adult cats.
Some breeders claim that their kittens will have lower levels of allergens because their parents tested with low allergen levels, but that is also misleading, since allergen levels will vary between cats and their offspring.
So, what to do? Visit a Siberian cattery and interact with some Siberians. Spending time with Siberians in a home setting is the best way to determine if you experience fewer allergy symptoms.