CAT ALLERGIES

Cat allergies and Siberians

There is a tremendous amount of information about Siberians and their lower allergen levels, some of it accurate, some of it with numerous inaccuracies. We've been breeding for almost 10 years and were among the first breeders to test our Kings and Queens as well as our kittens. We know that we have low allergen cats and we back it up with the objective lab results.

Have you checked out www.kittentesting.com yet? If not, I recommend it highly. The information contained on the site is factual and has the science to back it up.

The ranges below were created by the KittenTesting.com team and we have found them to be reasonably applicable to the many folks who suffer with cat allergies that test with us. Most of our kittens will be in the extremely low to very low range and tolerated by by those with mild to severe cat allergies. 

  

     

Allergy Symptoms and Recommended Fel d1 level

Allergic Reaction by Severity with Recommended Allergen Level*

  1. Hives, severe sneezing, and/or asthma with exposure to cats:  Extremely Low (0.08 - 1.0 mcg Fel d1
  2. Itchy skin, light sneezing and/or a severe runny nose with exposure to cats: Very Low  (1.0 - 1.75 mcg Fel d1)
  3. Runny nose, severe eye irritation and/or coughing with exposure to cats: Low (1.75 - 2.5 mcg Fel d1)
  4. Mild eye irritation and/or stuffy nose with exposure to cats: Medium Low (2.5-3.5 mcg Fel d1)
  5. Normal ~ not for homes with allergies