Ratibor Cattery is engaged in breeding of Neva Masquerade and Traditional Siberian cats.
More information about this breed of cats you can read on the page About breed;
or you can look at our cats and kittens in the sections Cats and Kittens on our web-site.
Our kittens for you
Now there are available two Neva Masquerade kittens in our cattery:
Ratibor Martin is suggested for show and breeding.
He has been nominated for the Best Show several times and now is included in TOP 100 Kittens.
Besides this, Martin became The Best Kitten on the ring-show by Anna Bondarenko and took the third place in Forest Show by Anna Anohina (in the competion with adult Siberian, Main coon and Kurilian Bobtail cats).
The smaller kitten is Ratibor Patrick. He is only one month old, the first photos have just been posted.
Very charming kitten and very interesting colour (seal tabby point with white).
Martin's photos are here and some videos from Cat Show are here.
And finally, the long-awaited litter of traditional Siberian kittens, помета Q, was born.
The charming 'black spotted tabby with white' girl and the 'golden spotted tabby' cat with very bright gold.
First photos have already been posted, although kittens are only two weeks old.
We will watch as kittens grow up!!
The farther of our kittens is our cat Christian: Breed Winner, RUW (Rolandus Union Winner), Euro Champion.
Christian's children from previous litters have left our cattery and dispersed all over the world.
Now they participate in breeding work of catteries in different countries: Russia, the USA, Canada, France, Italy, Poland, South Korea, Ukraine, etc.
Last year there was a great interview with Ratibor Cattery breeder in Russian magazine «Friend (for the cat fanciers)». We were speaking about cattery’s history and about our development plans.
International Cat Fancier's Association RUI Yearbook (results of the cats show season 2014/2015). Our cattery's main cat Christian got two titles at once: Breed Winner title and Rolandus Union Winner title (twenty of the best cats of all breeds by the results of the last year). Both titles are life-long and are indicated in pedigree documents.