Lazuli Siberian Cattery

Coats and Colours

Siberian cats are known for their remarkable ability to survive and thrive in the Siberian climate and have adapted to endure harsh and cold climates. This breed is a natural breed that is formally known as the Siberian Forest cat. 


They are medium- to large-sized cats, with thick, dense semi-long coats, making them appear larger. Siberians have a water-resistant triple coat, including an outer coat made of guard hairs, a middle layer consisting of awn hairs, and a soft undercoat. In summer, they shed most of this coat.

The following colours are more common and popular in the Siberian breed:



These are single colour coats and generally come in the following colours:






Pointed, or Neva Masquerade,

This pattern is similar to that of a Siamese cat, where the body is a white colour, and the points (face, ears, paws, and tails) are a different colour.

These cats have bright blue eyes, and their feet can be dark brown, blue, or even red. When these kittens are born, they are almost solid white. Their points get darker with each passing birthday. 


Tabby Siberians can have various colours and patterns in their coats. Tabbies typically have rings on their tails and around their chest, as well as stripes on their legs and spots on their stomachs.


Siberian cats with a bicolour coat have two different coat colours. They will primarily be white with one other colour, often brown, silver, or blue.


These cats are one solid colour but with silver-grey patches all over the coat.


Chinchilla Siberian cats have a white coat that has tips of black or brown. This gives them a light brown, almost bronze look that makes their coat look metallic. 

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