‘Million’ Siberian Cats Call Their Home on Farmer’s Land

Siberian cats even though they’re closely related to the already well-known and beloved Norwegian cats, represent a very separate and unique species themselves. These majestic cats just kept on coming until they have completely conquered Alla Lebedeva’s farm. Russian farmer from Prigorodny, just outside Barnaul, Siberia has transformed her homestead into a self-proclaimed ‘Catland,’ and it’s getting more viral heat with each day, as she continues to document their grand presence through photo and video diaries that she publishes on her blog, Twitter and YouTube channel. When people ask Lebedeva and her husband Sergey: “how many cats do they have?” they just answer: “a million, maybe more.” “They live in the henhouse… They have three ‘little bedrooms’ there where can they sleep according to how they feel. Our cats protect the chickens and rabbits from rats and mice.”

They just keep on coming to the beautiful Alla Lebedeva’s farm

When asked: “How many cats do they have?”

Alla replies with:” A milion, maybe more”.

“They live in the henhouse… They have three ‘little bedrooms’…

And they protect the chickens and rabbits from rats and mice.”

Siberian cats are closely related to the Norwegian cats,

but represent a very separate and unique species themselves.

Lebedeva keeps video and photo diary of her majestic cats

And posts for everyone to admire them on YouTube and Twitter

via [boredpanda, Twitter]