Rasen Sibirisk katt
Siberian cat is a large-scale breed from Russia of the same type as Norwegian forest cat and main coon. Males usually weigh 6-10 kg, females 4-6. Like many big cat breeds, it slowly develops and is not fully grown until at five years of age. The Siberian cat is classified as semi-long hair and has a well-developed collar and tail, hair follicles between the toes and good ear hair. The coat consists of a dense undergarment, with longer coat hairs which are water repellent and feel somewhat hard when touched. The fur usually lasts much longer in winter than in the summer. "Tundran Beauty". Siberian cat is an intelligent and curious breed who happily follows his family in the heels while they like to "talk". The head of a Siberian cat must be massive with wide brow and nose and well-marked cheekbones. It gives the impression of being something around. The profile should have a slight deflection above the nose but no stop. The eyes should be large and slightly oblique and the ears should be medium and well spaced. The Siberian cat has a very nice temperament - they are talkative, social and educational. Some say they are "doglike" and then assume that the cats are often where the people are. They are also very active cats who like to play and learn things, while of course they are also kind and like people's company. Clearly, they are great personalities and very selfish individuals.
"Hundreds of years ago, cats were cultured as gods. This has never been forgotten by the cats."