We are a TICA & CFA registered Cattery

Our primary goals are to promote the very best in development through: 


Pronounced: KEE-VEEV

     The word QuiVive is used in a common french phrase: 

"On the QuiVive"

Which describes a guarding condition of increased heightened watchfulness or preparation for action. 

     Our name reflects our intentions to promote and protect the integral aspects of the Siberian Breed of both  Traditional and Colorpoints.
Genetic focal points include: •Lineage
•Breed Standard
•Color depth and variety
    Our Pedigree research is focused on:  Maintaining and promoting the Health quality,   integrity of type, temperament, and  the purity of Traditional Siberian Lineages.
     Offering the same attention to Health quality, integrity of type, and temperament for the Colorpoint Siberians also known as Neva Masquerade, became a cause, we at QuiViveSiberians  feel compelled to contribute to.

  • Supporting Genetic Research
  • Pedigree Database Research
  • Proper nutrition
  • Socialization
  • Education

Our beginning began with an allergy to Cats

   A discovery of the lower allergic responses of this rare breed  led       to finding and being able to welcome a Siberian Cat as a member     of our family.

   Discovering Siberian Cats are unique in so many ways led to           a desire to become an Advocate for this truly special breed.

 Allergy Tolerance 

   Allergy Tolerance With Siberian Cats has been a reality for               many people.   

     Please notify us if you, or a family member has allergies.

•  The Allergenic tolerance qualities unique to the Siberian Forest        Cat is due to the decreased production of the Fel d1 glycoprotein. 

•  The Fel d1 is a protein that cats produce, when they clean                themselves the protein transferes onto their fur.  This protein is        the most common allergen that causes allergic reactions to cats. 

•  Lower levels in varying degrees have allowed many individuals        with allergies to enjoy and welcome Siberians into their homes.

     More information can be found at the link below: