Monthly Archives: February 2013

Natural Senses or Psychic Phenomena

Felines now share over 86 million homes in America. Canines now share over 78 million homes. Why is there such an attraction by humans to co-exist with these species? Have you ever wondered how animals communicate with each other in nature? So many wonders of nature we do not understand. Have we become so overwhelmed Continue reading…

Living with the Wild of Nature

Most breeds of cats now sharing our homes, have experienced some level domestication; however, we should better refer to the Siberian breed as being tamed. The Siberian Forest Cat is a direct descendant of wild cats, possibly the Snow Leopard, Manul aka Tallas’s Cat, lynxes, or potentially an unknown now extinct breed. They have endured Continue reading…

Christmas Litter

Santa Claus disguised as a stork brought us a surprise Christmas Day. Klem and Kristina brought 10 beautiful Siberian Kittens into the world. All are doing well, healthy and happy. Winter litters are rare, Christmas litters never before, and ten live health kittens by a single Queen absolutely remarkable. Kristina is a magnificent mother, rarely Continue reading…

The Nature of Pets Without Nature

From the moment we are forced into life, through pain and anxiety, we emerge seeking the comfort and security of companionship. This is our first experience of existence. In fact, this is the first experience of all mammals. The gratification of warmth and nourishment is imprinted upon us in various amounts, and in a range Continue reading…

Back to Family Basics

Teach children to respect all living things, to eat fresh only what they need to stay healthy, and how to conserve our limited natural resources. Show them how to care for a puppy or kitten. Teach them how to build a garden and grow fruits and vegetables. Show them how to apply their heart, research Continue reading…

From a Professional Trainer’s Perspective

Domestic dogs and cats are living evidence of their heightened ability to adapt. As many species of animals are becoming extinct, dogs and cats are flourishing. The wasteful nature of humans tempted these formally wild animals to move closer and closer to human camps and homes. In time these animals became more dependent and more Continue reading…

Teach, Train, and Proof

Training your pet begins with basic communications. A single word command should be taught with minimal physical coaxing to achieve the objective. Repeat and practice the exercise. Use verbal tones to reinforce correct response. Once performed by your pet, reward should be given. Reward can range from verbal praise to food treats. Play activities such Continue reading…

Siberian Cats

What may be one of the greatest gifts of Nature to a Family is the Siberian Cat. As a professional trainer, I am asked very often, “why do I raise siberian cats?” The answer is simple, “something this good cannot be kept a secret and must be shared.” Many of todays families live in homes or neighborhoods without Continue reading…

Siberian Cat Shoppers Beware

During the 1980’s, along the river Neva, just south of Saint Petersburg, Russia, the non native Siamese cat breed was imported to Russia and allowed to interbreed with the natural native cat, the Siberian. This is where and how the colorpoint Siberians began. Some cat registries will allow this cross breed too be registered as Continue reading…

About Us

I am Daniel Daigle, a 59 year old husband to my beautiful wife, Hu Qin, a fortunate father to five wonderful children, and an extremely proud grandfather to three amazing grandchildren. Our home is in Addis, LA., just south-west of Baton Rouge. I have been blessed with good health, a great education, successful entrepreneurship, and a wonderfully supportive family. Continue reading…