Russian Siberian Cats
From Munchranch, Texas

 FAQ Page


Are you ready to play?MichaelVanCamp

or are you ready to cuddle?


Contact Information

Blue point kittens

About Munchranch

Sale Page

with photos of available kittens
if there are any

You are here
Munchranch Siberian Cat Informational Page Scammer List
(this is a PDF download)
Conditions For Sale/Purchase Click here for list of other reputable breeders
Expecting litters-
photos of the parents
and due dates
Our Breeders
The Testimonial Page

Your Cat/Kitten's Nutritional needs.


Link to the
Food info
Link to the
Supplement info

Pricing &

Meeting or
Delivery places

Available Adults or retiring cats. Contract & Health guarantee
FAQ The Waiting List


I have not had time to make a response for each of the quesitons below,
so please email me and you will get a personal response.
Most have been answerd somewhere on the site.
I plan to do, eventually. ;)


Some Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ: What are the kitten prices?
FAQ: Questions about litter and litter boxes
FAQ: Questions about the type of food and vitamin supplents.
FAQ: Do you ship or deliver and what are the cost?
FAQ: Do you allow visitors?
FAQ: When are you open and how do I find Munchranch, TX?
FAQ: What is the health guarantee?
FAQ: What vaccines will my kitten have when I get it?
FAQ: Do you offer spaying, neutering and microchipping for my kitten and at what cost?
Do the kitten come already altered? (spayed or neutered)
FAQ: What type of payments to you accept?
FAQ: Do the kittens come with registration papers?
FAQ: Do you sell kittens with breeding rights?
FAQ: What if I or a famly member finds out that we are allergic to the kitten once it is home with us?
FAQ: What is FEL-d1?
FAQ: Have your cats been Feld-1 tested? Can I have mine tested?
FAQ: What types of genetic disorders tests have your Siberians been screened for?
FAQ: Do you offer any discounts?
FAQ: What color of cats do you offer?
FAQ: Which are better, Males or Females.
FAQ: Do you ever offer any retired or young adult cats for sale?
FAQ: What are the Breed Standards for Siberian Cats?
FAQ: Have you shown your cats?
FAQ: Do Siberians shed?
FAQ: Can I allow my cat to go outdoors?
FAQ: Can I declaw my cat?
FAQ: How to I introduce a new kitten to my other pets?
FAQ: How do I introduce a new kitten to my home?
FAQ: Do cats like other cats and do they get lonely when I am gone?
FAQ: How long do cats live and how old is my cat?
FAQ: Do you recommend any other reputable breeders?

My email is:



Cats that are raised together often enjoy 
the company of other cats, but those not raised
together generally need to be acclimated
and introduced gradually.
The original one may be dominant
and want to show that,
but this is not always the case.


Do not declaw your cat.
It is not necessary
and can cause behavioral changes.
They can be trained not to have
"happy paws" on the furniture.
Cat trees are fun and great for
the cats to scratch on.
They need something to play on
and somethingto play with,
which can include another cat.
The scratching is a natural behavior,
so do not try to change that.

Click here
if you are considering Declawing.


Click here to see how to
discipline your new kitten
by Texas A&M Veterinary School.

The Cat Kingpin

Click here to go to a Blog
about cats in general.
There are many articles about various
topics of interest to cat lovers.


Catster Magazine online
(This publication is worth
the inexpensive price)


Caster Magazine

What is a 'Tabby Cat"

Everything You Need to Know
about Siberian Cats

Seven Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds

What to Name Your New Kitten


Is Your Cat Not Using the Litter Box?
6 Things to know from Catster Magazine


Catwatch Newsletter from Catster Magazine:

How to Stop Your Kitten from
Biting- Love Bites

5 Things: Proper Dietary Changes

Cat's Behavior Affected
Critically Early in Life.

Article from Catwatch magazine.

Click here to read about 15
Surefire Ways to Bond
with Your Cat

by Valerie Trumps


Will my kitten's eyes stay blue?


18 Human Behavoirs that Cats Hate and
Wish You Would Not Do.

Youtube Video


Cats With Heart Failure Rrely Cough,
(Article in CatWatch Magazine)


testimonial links




How Old is my Cat?

tortoiseshell sisters

Good bye. 

Email: Larry-

Home 430-803-5081

Cell: 903-508-9089