Monthly Archives: November 2010

They are different breeds: Siberian cats and Neva Masquerade cats…

November 13, 2010
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They are different breeds: Siberian cats and Neva Masquerade cats…

"Siberian cat" is the native breed of Russia. The natives are the radical inhabitants: the people or animals that live within the limits of one territory or in one country. The native land of the Siberian cats is the Far East. The population of cats that lived here a thousand years ago, was living...

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Welcome to SiberianMeow Blog

November 7, 2010
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Welcome to SiberianMeow Blog

We see this blog as a place for people to post aticles, photos and media materials or any other materials about the Siberian breed. Our opinions may not always agree with other authors but we will publish their materials anyway As long as the material does not contain any personal attacks or threats...

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Siberian Cat: Unmasked

November 7, 2010
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Siberian Cat: Unmasked

By Alex Kolesnikov, PhD in molecular genetics, Sibaris cattery, Russia. (Reprinted with permission)
Part III
The third topic is the problem of Neva Masquerades and their relation to Siberians. This topic is actually a part of the previous one, and all the facts described above account for this very issue. Neva Masquerades have...

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Siberian Cat: How Long The Isolation Is?

November 5, 2010
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Siberian Cat: How Long The Isolation Is?

By Alex Kolesnikov, PhD in molecular genetics, Sibaris cattery, Russia. (Reprinted with permission)
Part II.
That it was sometimes almost natural evolution rather than careful selection, can be proved by a number of quite different SIB types existing around. When selection took place, it was often directed towards some secondary...

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A “Siberian Exile” for Siberians: Will They Ever Be Back?

November 4, 2010
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A “Siberian Exile” for Siberians: Will They Ever Be Back?

By Alex Kolesnikov, PhD in molecular genetics, Sibaris cattery, Russia. (Reprinted with permission)
Part I.
No emergency brakes allowed in planes. Likewise, biological evolution does not permit "bus stops" to land down and relax with impunity. An evolutionary "stop" frequently results in steep and hardly surmountable regression. This is true for natural evolution and...

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