We are re-homing our extremely affectionate Siberian Cat. He turned one in October, and is still very much a kitten. He's smart, playful, adventurous, and craves affection. He is more like a dog than a cat in all the best ways (we also have a dog that he plays with/chases as well). Siberians are known to be one of the most hypoallergenic cats, which is the reason why we got him---My husband is very allergic to regular short haired domestic cats, but was not affected at all by our Siberian His color is 'black smoke', which is black tips and grey undercoat, with hints of gold when it hits the light. He is the softest cat I've ever felt, and purrs 24/7 - even at the vet while he's getting his shots. Had our third child this past fall and he's not getting the attention he deserves. These cats cost more than most dogs, so the rehoming fee is in line with their cost from the breeder. Please do your research on their cost, temperament and hypoallergenic properties before reaching out to me. He is an indoor cat with his claws, neutered and fully litter box trained. Comes with two litter boxes, feeding supplies, mini cat tree, and a multitude of toys. Do not waste our time or yours with low-ball offers and we are not giving him away. Scammers---don't even bother. This cat is truly one of a kind, and will only go to the right, loving person. Had his annual check up and shots 3/3/18.