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Description of the breed
The Siberian breed of cats appeared on the territory of modern Siberia, the first mention of it dates back to the 16th century. There is an opinion that they are the result of crossing aboriginal breeds with oriental ones. There is a theory that there are Angora and Persian roots in the blood of the Siberian cat. In the winter Siberian climate, the breed has acquired a thick long coat with a dense undercoat. It is also believed that wild forest cats took part in the formation of the modern breed. This breed is considered hypoallergenic due to its very low levels of salivary enzyme, which causes allergic reactions. The coat of these cats is also special in that it does not get wet well. The weight of an adult cat can reach 6 kilograms, and a cat can exceed 10 kg. The structural features of the Siberian cat are as follows:
large muscular body, powerful, wide paws
the presence of tufts of hair between the toes of the paws
woolen collar on the neck and chest
round and large head with a convex forehead, low cheekbones and chubby cheeks
tassels on the ears
Temperament and character
Siberian cats have a fairly strong hunting instinct. With its appearance in a private house, uninvited guests like mice and rats will certainly disappear. In rural areas, it is quite dangerous to start it, since the Siberian cat will pose a significant threat to domestic chickens and even rabbits.
The character of the Siberian breed of cats can not be called affectionate. They practically do not become attached to the owner, do not really get bored alone and do not require affection and attention. As a host, representatives of this breed can recognize only one person, and they are able to show some feelings for him - they can come to sit next to him or on his knees. The rest of the people in your house, the Siberian cat can learn to accept, but is unlikely to obey. Trying to build a relationship with such an animal, using your strength or its fear, is perhaps useless - you will have to look for an approach to make this animal respect itself and you will certainly need to show mutual respect.
Types of colors
To date, there are about 200 color options for representatives of this breed. All of them are divided into the following groups. Solid colors or solid. Solid cats can be blue, white, red (red), black. Tortoiseshell. Color involves a combination of multi-colored spots, among which red or cream color is required. The ratio of all colors should be proportional. The eyes are coppery, reddish. Smoky. The peculiarity of this color is that the hairs near the skin are white. The category of smoky also includes chinchilla colors. They can be tipping - when only the tip of the hair is dyed and shading - at least a third of the length of the hair. Colorpoint or Himalayan. The color that is characteristic of Siamese cats is a light body and dark ears, muzzle, paws, tail. Bicolor, that is, two-colored. The main color of the coat can be plain or tortoiseshell, the second color is white, its amount should be from a third to half of all wool, and the boundaries during the transition should be clear. The belly, paws, muzzle, collar and tip of the tail can be white. Tabby is a spotted or striped color, it is often called wild. The main color of the coat can be any color, most often brown-gray with a greenish-golden tint. This color allows the Siberian breed of cats to disguise itself in the wild. With the tabby color of the animal on the forehead, you can see the stripes that form the letter "M", and they also have brightly circled eyes.