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maybe u guys can help me?

Mittens ZinoMittens Zino Member Posts: 74
edited 15 December, 2013 in Siberian
long story short, I want I Siberian. my husband is allergic, not severely though but I think that adding another cat to our family (we have 1) could put him over the edge so I would like one that is more hypoallergenic. so I have a few questions: 1.) I know they say they don't shed much but from real pet owners who clean there homes, do the shed much? 2.) how is there personality? 3.) where did you get yours from? I would love to rescue but not sure where I can get a specific breed. 4.) if from a breeder, how expensive are they? TIA
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