Cat Breed of the Day: Siberian

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From Petfinder: Siberian cats are affectionate with a good dose of personality and playfulness. They are amenable to handling, and breeders note that Siberians have a fascination with water, often dropping toys into their water dishes or investigating bathtubs before they’re dry. Siberians seem very intelligent, with the ability to problem-solve to get what they want. Despite their size, they are very agile and are great jumpers, able to leap tall bookcases in a single bound. It’s also important to note that the Siberian cat is one of the largest breeds. An adult male can weigh up to 26 lbs. Do any of you out there own a Siberian cat? If so, he big is he or she? Please send in any pictures you might have. Also be sure to share any stories or videos. In the meantime please enjoy this gallery of Siberian cats and kittens. Be sure to click “next” beneath each photo to view them all!

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