Check out the newest blog to be created on the ChangingAging Blogstream – Siberian Cats in Eden by Andrea Sullivan. I’m sure this is going to be a huge hit with anyone who can’t resist pictures of cute felines.
Why Siberian Cats in Eden? Andrea explains:
Hello! My name is Andrea Sullivan and I breed Siberian cats. It is more or less a hobby; I am actually a teacher by profession. My husband Mark and I decided to import Siberians from Russia and start a small little cattery in our home in Idaho.
Why are Siberian cats so special and why in the world would I create a blog for the ChangingAging blogosphere you ask? Well, I was inspired by two books, Dewey the Library Cat & Making Rounds with Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat. In both books a cat transformed the atmosphere and deeply impacted and enhanced life for everyone they encountered: caregivers, patients, staff, and visitors.
I believe many more care homes would consider having a pet cat if it weren’t for the fact that patients, visitors, or staff may in fact be allergic to felines. Siberians are a rare breed of cat that possess hypoallergenic qualities, have a dog like personality, and love to be around people. They will fetch, play in water, follow you everywhere, and generally want to be where the action is. They are loyal, affectionate, and very brave.
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