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Siberians Cat Breed

src:wikipedia. Vaselyok Fillimor, a Quadruple Grand Champion Siberian cat

Known as the clowns of the cat world, Siberians are the most ancient breed that hails from Russia. They are underfoot and love to help you with projects around the house. They also enjoy a good lively game of fetch and would also like to capture whatever animated item is on your computer screen.  They love to somersault, vault. Siberians are the true gymnasts of the cat world.

One Siberian cat, Pan could be found near his owner, a rodeo clown. Undaunted by the bulls in the arena Pan would staunchly stay near his owner Red and entertain the crowd at many western events.

With a well muscled body, quick reflexes and Pan would quickly jump into a barrel nearby if the bull decided to take a turn with him instead of the bullrider.

Siberians love to climb and no obstacle is to high for them to scale.

For people with cat allergies, Siberians are known as hypoallergenic (to some degree).

Mary Anne Miller is a free lance writer, website content provider and member of The Cat Writers’ Association.

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